Player end of year grades.
Thunder player grades: All-Star break edition
The Thunder have bypassed all pre-season expectations as a team, but what about the individual players?
Player grades: Alex Abrines
Everyone’s favorite Spaniard continued his sweet shooting ways on offense, and peaked at just the right time on defense.
Player grades: Jerami Grant
Hard work and energy made Grant a valuable asset coming down the stretch of the season.
Player grades: Terrance Ferguson
The rookie earned some respect in his first season, now he needs to put some muscle behind to potential
Player grades: Josh Huestis
A project on the verge of becoming a solid role player. But is it too late?
Player grades: Andre Roberson
The Thunder’s ace stopper elevated the team to an elite defensive level until a crushing injury cut his season short
Player grades: Nick Collison
Mr. Thunder logged the fewest minutes of his career, but still made his presence known.
Player grade: Did Andre Roberson earn his payday?
The Thunder’s defensive ace left his mark in the playoffs, but how did he do overall?
Player Grades: Christon will fight for roster spot after rocky rookie season
Following his rags-to-riches tale, Semaj Christon struggled at the NBA level
Player Grades: McDermott may benefit from OKC’s maxed salary cap
Following a slow post-trade transition, McDermott may see an extended role next season
Player Grade: Alex Abrines is the future
The young player finally made his way stateside, and we hope he stays here.
Player grade: Jerami Grant should return to OKC
Young small forward has team option for the 2017-2018 season
Player grade: Sabonis needs to show improvement
Talented young power forward will need to show strides in his second season
Player Grade: Taj Gibson needs to be brought back
Talented veteran power forward helped Thunder after being traded from Bulls
Player Grade: Enes Kanter’s divisive play continues to perplex us all
Offensively coveted, yet defensively prone, will OKC ship Kanter this offseason?
Player Grade: Victor Oladipo has much to learn
Before a dissapointing playoff debut, Victor Oladipo played a major role in OKC’s historic season
Player grade: Steven Adams took 2 steps forward, 1 step back
Steven Adams began the season in style; however, late struggles leave Adams’ OKC role in question
Player grades: Huestis potentially ready to play
Josh Huestis has worked hard to get to this point in his NBA career, but is he ready to become a rotation player for OKC?
Player Grades: Hair Jordan Reigns Supreme
Nick Collison had his quietest campaign yet as a Thunder player, as the veterans role transitions from on court to off court.
Player grades: Morrow's shooting still needed
Anthony Morrow had a forgettable season, but his special skill is still needed.
Player grades: Nazr Mohammed was here
Grizzled NBA veteran Nazr Mohammed shared a brief stint with the 15'-16' Western Conference Final participants
Player Grades: McGary's year 2 a let-down for OKC
Mitch McGary surprised most with his stellar play as a rookie, but suffered a sophomore slump in 2015-16.
Player Grades: Singler-bot needs a reboot
During the 2015-2016 season, Kyle Singler's struggles continued in OKC.
Player grades: Payne possesses promising potential
Cam Payne's future looks bright in OKC, but year 1 was a rocky road.
Player Grades: Waiters steps-back into the fold
For a while, it seemed like OKC needed to get rid of Waiters. But then the playoffs happened, and now they need to figure out how to keep him.
Player Grades: Kanter rebounds in our hearts
Enes Kanter came into the season with a big money contract and questions about his defense. He silenced many doubters and added a much needed depth for the Thunder bench.
Player Grades: Adams was ready for his close-up
Steven Adams was the breakout star of the NBA playoffs, finally earning a deserved reputation of a highly-skilled, bruising enforcer. Now the Thunder's third best player, we know what the floor is for Steven Adams. Does stardom await?
Player grades: Ibaka's struggle to make an impact
Despite positive individual indicators, Ibaka's overall impact regressed. Why?
Player Grades: Kevin Durant; we missed you
Kevin Durant had his doubters entering this season. His 2015/16 silence those detractors pretty quickly.