Standout guard at Duke can provide OKC with three-point shooter they desperately need
The Thunder say goodbye to Serge Ibaka, acquiring Oladipo, Ilyasova, and new draftee Sabonis from Orlando.
Don't you ever wonder what the draft would look like if teams had the ability to "get another chance?"
The SB Nation studio gang is hanging out in Clyde Frazier's restaurant (yes, he has a court in his restaurant) and discussing all things related to last night's draft. Give it a look.
Mike Prada sits down with Amy K. Nelson to talk about what we should expect tonight. This is one of many videos that SB Nation is cranking out today, so be sure to keep watch as the day goes on.
It might sound like he's a viable draft prospect. But in my eyes, and the eyes of some others, he's a player with huge red flags all over him. Why?
This is a feature that we'll roll out as often as possible leading up to the draft. Basically, we'll be taking an in depth look at some of the potential draftees for the Thunder, and asking questions of the people who know them best, the college blogs that cover them.
As I'm sure you know by now, the Thunder were able to address their most pressing need at the trade deadline: centers who can bang down low and grab some rebounds. Before the deadline, it seemed that the team would try yet again to meet those needs in the draft. But now what?
Who are the top picks? Who may come in from overseas? How good will Jimmer Fredette be? Who should the Thunder be looking at?
Up now are Willie Warren, Tiny Gallon, and Tommy Mason-Griffin. All could easily be drafted, but can we look past their attitude problems?
Up now is Jordan Crawford, a Shooting Guard from Xavier, and the Xavier Basketball Blog Dana and Victory.
Up next, Kevin Seraphin!
Today, we take a look at Stanley Robinson, a athletic forward from UConn.
Up second is Solomon Alabi of Florida State University, and TrueCubbie of Tomahawk Nation. Scott Schroeder of Ridiculous Upside predicted us to take him at #26, but NBADraft.net has him going lower, at #29. Regardless, he is a potential future Thunder player, so here's the 411 on Solomon Alabi....
his is a feature that we'll roll out as often as possible leading up to the draft. Basically, we'll be taking an in depth look at some of the potential draftees for the Thunder, and asking questions of the people who know them best, the college blogs that cover them. Up first is Larry Sanders of VCU, and Mat Shelton at VCURamNation.com.
An interview with House of Sparky about new Thunder rookie James Harden. We ask them about why Harden chose Arizona State, as well as many aspects of his game.
We asked Sam over at "We Will Always Have Tempe" ten questions about new Thunder rookie B.J. Mullens. He offered a little insight into what Mullens may have to offer the team.
Not many people think much of B.J. Mullens' promise as a future NBA center. Whatever you think, here's all the information I could find on him. Mullens is the OKC Thunder's newest center.
A complete report about James Harden, the newest member of the Oklahoma City Thunder, including statistics, scouting reports, and combine numbers.
The Thunder have basically selected James Harden and BJ Mullens. Grade their draft and voice your opinions.