2022 NBA Draft workout tracker for the OKC Thunder - bdsthanhhoavn.com

2022 NBA Draft workout tracker for the OKC Thunder

The 2022 NBA Draft is right around the corner, an important offseason for the OKC Thunder who have four top 34 picks in the upcoming draft. The NBA Draft Lottery will be ever important for the Thunder in two weeks, but until then, the work starts now. Sam Presti, Mark Daigneault, and the rest of the Oklahoma City Thunder front office brass and coaching staff are getting down to business. They have begun conducting Predraft workouts with 2022 NBA Draft prospects.

The Oklahoma City Thunder elect to not make their predraft workouts public nor have them met with the local media. Other teams release full lists and offer some media availability. However, the Sam Presti route is the smarter choice when running a basketball organization. Though, these things still leak out via agents, prospects themselves, and other various sources. This article will be updated consistently as I get new information on who the OKC Thunder has worked out ahead of the NBA Draft. So bookmark this article and refer back to it as this process moves fast and furious, there is a good chance this list will change daily from now until the draft.

OKC Thunder begins their NBA Predraft process, conducting workouts with a wide range of prospects

The OKC Thunder have three workouts scheduled tomorrow that I have confirmed with sources along with Richard Stayman that begins what will be a wild predraft ride for Oklahoma City. The NBA Combine will feature media availabilities that will give even more updates on schedules and reveal even more players who have already worked out with OKC. That week-long event starts on May 16th, with the NBA Lottery taking place on May 17th.

OKC Thunder NBA Draft workout tracker:

Keon Ellis, G/F, 6’6, 198 pounds, Alabama

Keon Ellis is ranked 37th on my NBA Draft big board out of Alabama averaging 14 points per game, and hauling in seven rebounds per game. Despite being 6’6 he played a guard role for Alabama at times but never averaged more than 1.8-assists while averaging a turnover a game in his career. He is 22 years old and was an All-SEC defender for Alabama.

Jordan Goldwire, G, 6’3, 184 pounds, Oklahoma

Jordan Goldwire played four seasons at Duke before transferring to the University of Oklahoma for this past college basketball season. Goldwire is 22 years old and was an All-ACC Defensive player during his time with the Blue Devils. As a 5th year Senior with the Sooners, Goldwire averaged ten points per game to go along with two assists and three rebounds per tilt. The 6’3 guard is a sub-30-percent three-point shooter for his college career.

Tyson Jolly, G, 6’4, 205-pounds, IONA

Jolly is a 24-year-old guard from Muskogee, Oklahoma but played his High School ball at Putnam City West. Jolly averaged 11 points, four rebounds, and two assists during his college career which spans three schools Baylor, SMU, and IONA. In two different college seasons, Jolly produced 14 points per game including last year shooting 37-percent from three.

There are two other names as of now that I can not reveal but will soon. On top of whatever else is found out during this process. Stay tuned to this article for the latest names OKC has worked out.

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