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

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8) Isaiah Joe

After being cut by the 76ers before the 2022-2023 NBA season Isaiah Joe signed on with Oklahoma City. After that, it didn’t take long for his impressive shooting ability to shine through.

He played in all but four games this season for the Thunder and averaged 8.2 points, 2.3 rebounds and 1.3 assists. In addition, he also shot a healthy 41.6 percent from beyond the arc and 45.8 percent from the field as a whole.

While Joe can get it done from anywhere on the court, shooting is without a doubt his calling card.

In a November 16th game against Golden State, Joe knocked down a career-high tying seven three-pointers without missing a single shot.

While he might be a three-point specialist, like Jaylin Williams, Joe isn’t shy to put his body on the line. He also was tied for sixth in the NBA in drawing charges as a whole and finished seventh in charges drawn per game.

Joe plays with intangibles unmatched by most in the NBA. Night in and night out he puts it all on the line for his team. From a guy who was drafted 49th overall and cut by the Sixers, Joe fought his way into a key rotational role.