#ThunderRank – A look at the top 17 players for the Thunder and how their seasons might shake out
Quick, guess the Oklahoma City Thunder’s biggest get in free agency this season that wasn’t a re-signing or a player that the team held the rights to? No, not Alex Abrines, as the team held his rights after drafting him in the second round in the 2013 NBA Draft. Same story for Semaj Christon, who was the Thunder’s 2014 2nd rounder. If you answered Ronnie Price, you are correct.
In a summer filled with extensive player movement, the Thunder got to their current roster state mainly through trades and internal signings. Their only foray into free agency was for a veteran third-string point guard who has played for 20% of the teams in the league in his 11 year career. It wasn’t completely surprising for the Thunder to be in the market for a third point guard. They always like to carry three point guards on their roster, and usually target a respected veteran for that role. Keep Reading…