The Oklahoma City Thunder know how to play basketball.
After sweeping through their competition in the 2013 NBA Orlando Summer League and winning the championship over the Houston Rockets 85-77, other NBA teams should be made aware of this team's ability to cultivate young talent.
Jeremy Lamb - In four games in which he played, the 2nd year shooting guard finished the summer league with 75 points, 16 rebounds, 11 assists. Lamb also finished in second place in the points leader bracket, averaging 19.0 ppg.
Andre Roberson - Roberson, who played in four games, finished with 21 points, 32 rebounds, and 2 assists.
Steven Adams - Ended his four games with 36 points and 26 rebounds
Daniel Orton - Orton, who only played in three games, scored 36 points, 15 rebounds and also proved to be available center to have, behind Adams.
Reggie Jackson - Jackson, who only played in two games, finished with 39 points, 35 of which game against the Pistons. He also finished tied for first place as points leaders, averaging 19.5 ppg.
Dwight Buycks - After coming from the Development League Tulsa 66ers, Buycks made a name for himself in this league. In four games, he scored 38 points, averaged 21.0 ppg, finished third in the League in assists averaging 6.0. In the process, Buycks earned what all unsigned players are looking for - a contract. Too bad it wasn't with the Thunder:
Grant Jerrett - The rookie power forward finished the League with 43 points and 14 rebounds. Jerrett scored 17 and 14 points in the first two games and demonstrated that his talent for hitting 3-pointers can translate to the NBA.
Other noteable players: Kuric - 39 points, Smith - 5 points, Reid - 4 points, Snaer - 38 points, Liggins - 12 points, Taylor - 18 points.
According to the Summer League page on NBA.com, some of the OKC players were impressive.