Oklahoma City Thunder: 2 Most Tradeable Players

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Feb 5, 2014; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins (5) holds the ball as Minnesota Timberwolves center Ronny Turiaf (32) defends during the second quarter at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Oklahoma City Thunder may be the best team in the NBA, but that does not make them perfect. Actually, when you break them down they are pretty flawed. They are a jump shooting team. History has shown that teams that have been dependent on the jump shot have failed in the postseason. We can easily turn back the clock two years and see a young OKC team go cold in the NBA finals against LeBron James and the Miami Heat. With that being said, the Thunder need a big man. Kendrick Perkins doesn’t even belong in the NBA anymore. His 3.5 points and five rebounds per game are mediocre … at best. The next two centers on the team, Steven Adams and Hasheem Thabeet, average 3.5 and 1.8 points per game respectively. I don’t think the Thunder will be able to win a NBA title with any of those three protecting the rim. They need to make a small move and pick up a serviceable big man. Who are the Thunder’s two most tradeable pieces? Let’s take a look:

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Topics: Oklahoma City Thunder, Perry Jones, Reggie Jackson

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  • Joyces Uniqueclub

    Jones is only trade option I think we could see

  • YogurtSalad .

    I stopped reading at “Kendrick Perkins doesn’t even belong in the NBA anymore.”

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