Four burning OKC Thunder questions a month into the season

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander #2 of the Oklahoma City Thunder (Photo by Ian Maule/Getty Images)
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Josh Giddey #3 of the Oklahoma City Thunder (Photo by Justin Tafoya/Getty Images) /

The Oklahoma City Thunder need someone to set up offensively and help star guard Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, but who will it be?

The fourth and final burning question so far this season has to be the Oklahoma City Thunder looking for who will provide a spark offensively alongside Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are getting 30 points per game from their star guard but no one is cracking above 12 points per tilt so far this season, leading to a 107 offensive rating, which slots them 23rd in points per game for the entire association.

Besides the aforementioned Lu Dort breaking his cold streak, Josh Giddey and Tre Mann are two other capable offensive weapons that have struggled in recent games. The three are the only Thunder players besides Shai Gilgeous-Alexander to even crack double-figures in the points-per-game category.

Perhaps their second-best offensive player is on the pine for the entire season in Chet Holmgren as he rehabs a foot injury, but in the meantime, someone has to step up, who will it be?

While I do think Lu Dort will improve, and Josh Giddey will eventually get back on track after struggling a bit since his ankle injury, I am looking for Tre Mann to have a better role on the offensive end as a bucket-getter and help the OKC Thunder win the non-SGA minutes in games.

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