The Oklahoma City Thunder Are Reportedly Trading Jerami Grant
- Author: Angelo Rivera Jul 09, 2019,
Jul 09, 2019, 1:01
The move would reunite Westbrook and Harden, who were teammates on the Thunder before Harden was traded to Houston after Oklahoma City, which also featured NBA superstar Kevin Durant, lost to LeBron James-led Miami in the 2012 NBA Finals.
Having just led the Toronto Raptors to their maiden title in his first and now only season in Canada, Leonard and George instantly make the Clippers one of the favourites to win next season's National Basketball Association championship while the Thunder are left to consider a total rebuild.
The Los Angeles Clippers found a way to not just add sign Kawhi, but acquired Paul George from the Oklahoma City Thunder for Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Danilo Gallinari and a bevy of future first-round picks.
As things are starting to heat up for the Thunder this offseason, let's look at five potential trade packages for the former MVP.
Wojnarowski reported again that Oklahoma City Thunder General Manager Sam Presti is working closely with Westbrook and his agent on his future with the franchise, including possible trade scenarios this summer.
With the biggest names in the National Basketball Association now switching teams, it is not impossible for a superstar like Westbrook to make this Heat deal become a reality in the future.
After dealing George, speculation has persisted that the Thunder may be contemplating the idea of All-Star guard Russell Westbrook. Westbrook would like to play for a team pursuing contention.
Now, would a trio of Westbrook, James Harden and Chris Paul work? Westbrook was named the league's MVP in 2016-17 and has averaged a triple-double for three consecutive seasons.
Butler has had a good run with the Philadelphia 76ers last season in which the four-time All Star averaged 18.7 points, 5.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game.