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

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6) Josh Giddey

Josh Giddey has faced a ton of adversity throughout his career, and, especially, during this past season. Despite off-the-court controversies, the Australian-born baller still managed to play in 80 games this year.

His shooting efficiency left much to be desired, as he converted on just 33.7% from three-point range. In addition, he finished with one of the worst offensive efficiencies in the league this year, ranking 20 among qualifying players.

Giddey finished his 2023-2024 campaign with career-low averages in points (12.3), assists (4.8), and rebounds (6.4), despite playing the most games he’d ever seen in a season throughout his three-year tenure.

During Oklahoma City’s playoff run Giddey became almost unplayable due to his lack of shooting ability. He saw his usage drop from 25.1 minutes per game during the regular season to just 19.0 during the postseason.

Though a very valuable and highly skilled playmaker, Giddey, the sixth overall pick in 2021’s NBA draft, clearly does not fit in with the trajectory of this young Thunder team.