Oklahoma City Thunder: Projected 2020-21 Depth Chart

The Oklahoma City Thunder went through a complete roster overhaul this offseason. After trading away the majority of their top performers from last season, the keys to the franchise have officially been handed to Shai Gilgeous-Alexander.

We broke down the Thunder depth chart for the 2020-21 season below. We’ve also previously published a summary of the Thunder’s offseason.

Point Guard
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
George Hill
Theo Maledon
Shooting Guard
Luguentz Dort
Hamidou Diallo
Ty Jerome
Small Forward
Justin Jackson
Trevor Ariza
Darius Miller
Power Forward
Darius Bazley
Aleksej Pokusevski
Isaiah Roby
Kenrich Williams
Al Horford
Mike Muscala

Biggest Questions

  • How will the team prioritize developing the young guys versus increasing trade value for the veterans? It’s extremely important to give the young players on the Thunder as much playing time as possible to improve. However, to pile up more draft assets, Oklahoma City will likely want to showcase guys like Al Horford, Darius Miller, and Trevor Ariza as much as possible to potentially flip them.
  • Where does Aleksej Pokusevski fit? Although he is a 7-footer, he’s gotten most of his preseason reps at one of the forward spots. He’s too skinny as of now to play inside at center, but possesses the skills to handle the ball and play on the wing.

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