After watching Tuesday's matchup against the Pistons, there are several Thunder players that are standing out from the rest of the pack. Below, I rank a player’s performance based on their overall quality of play vs the Pistons. We’ll start off with the best and work our way down to the least best.
Reggie Jackson scored a team-high 35 points on 12-of-19 shooting from the field. His performance included 23 points in the final quarter to give his squad the win.
Point guard Dwight Buycks gets an A for his offensive play of scoring 13 points on 5-of-8 shooting and a team-high 4 steals against the Pistons.
Andre Roberson gets an A- for his defensive play. He had a team-high 10 rebounds, but his offensive game was lacking as he only had 4 points in 24 minutes.
Steven Adams had 11 points on 4-of-5 shooting and 6 rebounds for the Thunder
Grant Jerrett performed better the previous two games than he did against the Pistons. He only scored 2 points and had 2 blocks for 26 minutes. In Game 2, he scored 14 points and in Game 1 he scored 17 points.