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2013-14: Year of the Lamb

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With the Oklahoma City Thunder's recent moves it was quite obvious that Sam Presti sees value in Jeremy Lamb. Did Lamb get packaged in a draft day trade? Nope. Did Presti spend above the luxury tax to retain Kevin Martin? Nope. These moves are a vote of confidence for the shooting guard from the University of Connecticut.

Jeremy Lamb was sent to Tulsa like many young Thunder of his ilk. In 21 games, Jeremy averaged 21 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3 assists, and 1.2 steals. Against admittedly weaker D-League competition, Jeremy showcased his versatility. Three point shooting, floaters, put-backs, steals, cutting, inside passing, alley-ops and of course rim rattling dunks all seem to part of Lamb's game.

If Jeremy continues to improve over the summer we'll stop missing a crooked tooth beard and revealing the sheepish smile of a Lamb.

Here are a few examples of Lamb's D League games...

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