OKC Thunder 30 for 30 trade option Part 14: Sizing up Dwight Powell

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The 30-for-30 series rolls into Dallas with a view to sizing up Dwight Powell as an option to give the OKC Thunder roster more flexibility.

As the dead of the offseason has officially hit, the OKC Thunder turn their focus to shoring up their roster before the start of the year.

Unless Sam Presti pulls the biggest rabbit out of his hat to date, there will not be a Carmelo Anthony type move hours before Media Day. However, there could be a Courtney Lee, or Dwight Powell type move before training camp gets underway.

While some, including myself, might argue that the OKC Thunder roster is set–outside of jettisoning Kyle Singler by way of a buyout and stretch before the October 16th opener.

With that said, what if Sam Presti does make another move? Given this objective Thunderous Intentions decided to look at each team with a view to which player would fit a role on the OKC Thunder. Someone who could realistically be added via a trade.

As TI examines Dallas Dwight Powell fits the billing. The power forward who for now suits up in a crowded Dallas front court, could provide help off the OKC bench.

Therefore, let’s dive into to what assets Powell brings to the table and he would fit the current iteration of the OKC Thunder.

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