Originally posted on Universal Takeover Sports Network  |  Last updated 3/19/14
The Oklahoma City Thunder are missing one more important piece in order to win the championship. The Thunder have a point guard, they have a small forward, a power forward, and a dominant center. The piece the Thunder are missing is the shooting guard position. They have Thabo Sefolosha in their shooting guard position who is pulling them down. Sefolosha is not a bad shooting guard, he is just a weak piece to the puzzle. The Thunder have all of their other pieces in place in order to win a championship. The box office needs to do something about the shooting guard position to make them unstoppable. When it comes time for the Thunder to face the Miami Heat, Sefolosha must match-up with the hall of famer, Dwyane Wade. Wade is one of the top three shooting guards of all time. Thabo Sefolosha is probably looking at a trade next season if Kevin Durant is not able to lead his time to a championship this season. Sefolosha has been playing with the Thunder for a while now, and when one actually looks at the statistics, the Thunder are better without Sefolosha on the floor. The greatest thing about Sefolosha is he can hold his own when it comes to guarding big names. This means that the Thunder do not have to put someone in his place to keep guarding a superstar because he can guard anyone in the league. Sefolosha is a great defensive player for the Oklahoma City Thunder. It is great that the Thunder have him, but there are many other guards in the league that the Thunder could use. A shooting guard is a hard position to fill. However, the box office must not be very good for the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder may be missing a piece in the front office as well. Sending James Harden to the Houston Rockets was the worst decision the Thunder could have made. They had every piece and went to the NBA Finals. Although they lost in the Finals, the Miami Heat was playing at their highest level. When the Heat are playing at their highest level, it is almost impossible to stop them. However, if a rematch were to happen in the NBA Finals this year, it looks as if the Oklahoma City Thunder would take home the win. Twitter: @TrendingTristan Photo Credit: Thabo Sefolosha Facebook Page
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