HOUSTON, TEXAS – NOVEMBER 26 Isaiah Joe #11 from the Oklahoma City Thunder makes a three-point shot... [+] against Kevin Porter Jr. #3, Houston Rockets, during the second quarter at Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on November 26, 2022. NOTE TO USER: By downloading or using this photograph, the User acknowledges and agrees to be bound by the Getty Images License Agreement. The Philadelphia 76ers released Isaiah Joe after his final preseason game. The Sixers were faced with a roster crunch, and Joe was forced to give up his shooting potential. Joe, a former second-round selection, had the rare opportunity to join a team that would offer more opportunities to earn minutes. Philadelphia wanted to be a contender for the championship. Young players were not able to find minutes because veterans had priority. The Thunder signed Joe to a multiyear deal that was worth approximately $5.99 million over three seasons, with $1.83 million guaranteed. This 6-foot-5 guard is one of the most overlooked signings in the offseason. He is now a high-value contract and could be a long-term part of the rebuilding team. Joe averaged 6.8 points per games during the first third of this season. This is a remarkable efficiency. He's made 46.1% of his 3 point attempts and shot almost 86% from the free-throw line. Joe has been an integral part of the Thunder's success this season. He's taken 41 shots beyond the arc in just 24 games. This Thunder's 31 3-pointers are second behind Lu Dort who has taken 69 more attempts than Joe. He converted only 11 3-pointers this season as he does most his damage from deep. Joe is the fifth-most efficient player in the league, taking at least 3.5 shots beyond the arc per match. Joe is not just a catch-and-shoot guy. Joe and Shai Gilgeous Alexander, Thunder's face, have a special connection. Gilgeous-Alexander assisted with 11 of his 41 shots from deep. Joe's salary is $1.8 million, but ProFitX models estimate that his on-court performance could be worth more than $4.7 million. Joe will continue to look for the perfect complement to the offense, or to pose a deep threat in the final games. Thunder fans will be happy to know that he is only 23 years old and on a very cheap deal.