(We’ve all had our thoughts post-trade about what the Thunder needs to do, where they need go and who needs to step up. Here’s one fan’s take on it.)
By Cody Thrasher
To say things have been a little crazy in Thunderland the past week is a massive understatement. After months of wondering whether or not Jeff Green would be in the team’s future, he was traded to Boston right before the trade deadline. Nenad Krstic was also included in the deal, and the Thunder received Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson in return. It was a bittersweet day for many Thunder fans, including myself, because Green had been such a big part of the team since coming to Oklahoma City. Quite frankly, he was one of my favorites.
The trade has been finalized, and fans are ready to welcome the new additions. Perkins will be out another week or two, and things could be a little rocky until he comes back. It’s time to move on without Jeff Green, and I’m sure I’m not the only one who still has questions that need answers. The Thunder definitely made the right move to improve the center position, and things are even better now that Perkins has been signed to a long-term deal. That being said, who is going to replace Green and the 15 points per game he put up? Keep Reading…