Who should the OKC Thunder target in the Southeast Division?

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The OKC Thunder enter the NBA Trade Deadline with interesting decisions to make, and interesting targets in the Southeast Division.

The NBA Trade Deadline rolls on with the OKC Thunder sitting in a fantastic position. They really can go in any direction they want. Do they want to sell? Do they want to buy pieces at the NBA Trade Deadline? Do they just want to sit and do nothing and leave every fan wondering, speculating, and wishing for nothing and waste an entire week of our lives? We will know in a few hours.

The OKC Thunder has an interesting splash they could make in the Southeast Division. They also have an opportunity to sell off a guy within this division. What’s it going to be? Can there be a deal struck, or even multiple deals struck with this division and the OKC Thunder?

The divisional series roll on as we continue to look at each team in every division and what their mindset is at the NBA Trade Deadline. How does it impact the OKC Thunder? Can the OKC Thunder take advantage of anything within each division? It will end the same way as the other division, one deal that could happen between the OKC Thunder and a team in the said division, this time the Southeast.

This division has a ton of potential, you have one contending team, a fringe playoff team, and a bunch of young losers. What is out there for the taking? Do the Miami Heat want to improve? Are the Atlanta Hawks really that desperate? What’s the Wizards plan? Oh, and the Magic…yeah, they have some problems.

So let’s start by tackling the most boring team of the bunch, the Washington Wizards…What could’ve been?