Oklahoma City Thunder: 7-1

An offseason ended with the Thunder appearing as vulnerable since the Western Conference that was top-tier teams they were assumed to have a border on.
Anthony Morrow sprained his MCL, although kevin Durant foot has been the biggest blow. An arm rolled, and Jeremy Lamb’s back flared up.
Injuries are part of each summer and preseason slate, plus they’re bad news for everybody. But for OKC, a team in position to take advantage of the Clippers’ minimal improvement and San Antonio’s theoretical decline, the onrush of maladies was particularly ill-timed.
The window of the Thunder is by no means closed. Healthy, they’re a danger to knock anyone. And when there aren’t any lingering effects from the current laundry list of injuries (Durant’s in particular), they might even be favorites in the seminar at that time the postseason rolls around.
At the exact same time, Oklahoma City’s playoff positioning could damage. Heading to the dancing as a No. 4 seed makes reaching the last round a whole lot harder. So Russell Westbrook Ibaka and second-year breakout candidate Steven Adams must compensate for their lost teammates’ production.
Its footing is more shaky than expected, although OKC belongs on the competing pedestal.

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