Not sure how many Thunder fans there are here.... I think the upcoming Thunder offseason will be an interesting one starting with a top 10 draft pick plus another late first and early second round pick. The status of Kevin Martin will also be interesting. Will they re-sign him? Can they afford to if they want to? Currently Walterfootball's 2013 Mock NBA draft has OKC drafting: 10th: PG Trey Burke Michigan 28th: SF Doug McDermott Creighton 31st (2nd round) C Lucas Noguiera Brazil On one hand I think the Trey Burke pick would be dynamite. It could allow Westbrook to slide to SG and Durant to SF. Burke can create shots for Durant and Westbrook rather than OKC having to rely on Durant and Westbrook to create their own all the time. Meanwhile, Burke can drain open 3s from just inside half-court. I seriously suspect Burke will score 30 in at least one game his rookie year. I think he has Chris Paul-like potential. That said, he could be a liability on D and it would be nice for OKC to improve their inside scoring ability and overall control of the paint. With the 10th pick, they really have a great chance to do just that. The C from Maryland, Len, might also be a good pick at 10. One thing that jumps out at me is that OKC has some pretty good players that can't hardly get on the floor. Perry Jones (OKCs pick last year), who is an amazing athlete and was pretty dominant in college, barely plays...ever. Jeremy Lamb is also trapped and we may never know if he can develop into a player. OKC has pretty good players in Reggie Jackson and (at least for now) Kevin Martin who can come in and light it up. How can OKC use all three picks and expect more than one of them to crack the rotation? I don't think it can happen. Ibaka is locked up, Sefalosha is clearly the defensive stopper every team needs, and Perkins isn't going anywhere if for no other reason he's a big body with 6 fouls to give. If OKC re-signs Kevin Martin, there just aren't going to be three open roster spots, at least not without a trade or two. I would love to see Marcus Smart in OKC as I see him as the second-coming of James Harden with more defensive abilities. However, it'd probably require a significant trade up into the top 5 to get him. If OKC stays at 10 and Burke is still on the board, clearly Burke is the top player available and they have to take him which I would be elated with. If they land Burke, then Brewer, maybe even Jackson, becomes pretty expendable, i.e. tradeable. In that scenario, I'd love to see OKC trade the 28 pick plus Lamb and Brewer (or whatever else it takes within reason) to move into the top 17 and land Kelly Olynik (sp?) the 7'0 Center from Gonzaga. He's not a dominating physical Center presence per se but seems like the second coming of Pau Gasol. He'd give OKC consistent inside scoring, something they've never had (ya Ibaka can score but its usually alley oops or 15 foot jumpers). I think OKC able to get Burke and Olynik in this draft, without giving up much more than an extra draft pick (or two) plus a couple of players they're not using anyway, would give Brooks such an array of lineup options that they could counter any lineup and still dominate as well as be a matchup nightmare for any other team. They could go big with Olynik, Perkins, Ibaka, Westbrook, and Durant or they could go small with Burke, Westbrook, Durant, Collison, and Ibaka or anything in between. In either of those two scenarios, they still have four scorers on the floor with Martin and Jackson also still available (if they didn't trade them). This of course taking for granted that Burke and Olynik become the NBA scorers I think they will.