Oklahoma City Thunder: What All Projected 2nd Stringers MUST Work On
By: Justin Lanoff: HoopStuff Writer
PG Reggie Jackson: Become Top Sixth Man
After a lackluster rookie season, Jackson was thrust into the NBA scene after a knee injury sidelined starting point guard Russell Westbrook in the first round of last season’s playoffs. Seemingly out of nowhere, Jackson showed that he is a legitimate threat when bringing up the ball. In the series clinching Game 7 win over the Rockets last season, Jackson dropped 20 points, while adding a hefty 7 rebounds and 8 assists. If there’s one thing the Thunder want out of Jackson this upcoming season, it’s for him to continue to perform as he did in last year’s playoffs and became their much needed offensive sixth man.
SG: Jeremy Lamb- Work Ethic
Coming out of college, Lamb was an extremely coveted player, desired by a plethora of NBA teams. After being drafted by the Houston Rockets, and later traded to the Thunder during last summer , Lamb faile...