Ranking every Thunder player's 2023-24 season performance from worst to first

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The OKC Thunder exceeded all expectations this season by not only capturing the number one seed in the Western Conference standings but becoming the youngest team in NBA history to ever do so. During a year where the West was a dogfight among powerhouses, it was Oklahoma City that rose high above the rest.

Winning 57 games in the NBA is no easy feat, and it takes a whole team effort night in and night out to accomplish.

Even the players who didn’t suit up every single game for the Thunder had great seasons. Some of them, including the likes of lesser-used commodities Ousmane Dieng and Lindy Waters, helped lead the OKC Blue to a G-League championship.

From top to bottom, this roster played at a high level and left it all on the floor each and every night. Whether it be MVP runner-up Shai Gilgeous-Alexander or trade deadline acquisition Gordon Hayward, everyone played a part.

As the Thunder aim to bring home a championship over the next several years, every player will prove to have their own crucial role. However, some carry the load more than others.

There were 13 players who played at least 20 games with the Thunder this season. Which of them dropped the ball, and who was a key contributor to the team's success?

Let’s rank the performance of every player who laced up for the Thunder this season.