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Thunder Player Grades PT. 2

Here is an article about Thunder Player Grades PT. 2. More players are included in this article compared to the last one. But same as last time, it will go over who is struggling and who is doing very well. Her are Thunder player grades PT. 2.

Lu Dort Season Grade: A

Dort has been having a fantastic season thus far. Over the course of the season, Dort has been averaging 16.8 points, four boards, two assists, 0.9 steals and 0.3 on a career-high 43% from the field, 33% from three and 85% from the line. In fact, this season he is averaging career highs in multiple categories: points, rebounds, assists, threes made a game, FG %, and FT%. Dort is proving he is the definition of improvement and the fact that this guy went undrafted is just insane. Hopefully, he can make an All-Star team and multiple All-Defensive teams in his career.

Isaiah Roby Season Grade: B

Despite showing major signs of improvement in his second season, he just hasn’t gotten the same opportunities. He’s averaging just 6.8 points, 2.8 boards, 0.8 assists, 0.3 steals, 0.4 blocks on 53% from the field, 33% from three and 82% from the line. It’s a little weird since he has proven to provide great per-minute upside. Whatever the case, he should be getting more minutes as the season goes on. Just remember, Derrick Favors and Mike Muscala have been siphoning some minutes away from him. Once they’re rested and/or traded, he could see much more consistent minutes on the court.

Theo Maledon Season Grade: C-

Kind of like Roby, Maledon hasn’t gotten a chance to produce this season. The return of Gilgeous-Alexander plummeted Meldon’s production, unfortunately. Averaging just 13 minutes a game, he’s putting in career-lows across the board: 2.6 points, 1.8 rebounds, one assist, 0.3 steals and 0.1 blocks a game on 23% from the field, 12% from three and 83% from the line. Maledon should be given more minutes as the season goes on. Until then, he should be spending time in the G-League.

Kenrich Williams Season Grade: B

Williams hasn’t been the best player on the team, but he has definitely been solid. He always shows the defensive tenacity that gave him the nickname “Kenny Hustle”. Not only that, but he’s a solid playmaker and can guard positions 1-4. Williams is averaging 6.8 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.7 assists, 0.7 steals and 0.2 blocks on 45% from the field, 33% from three and 57% from the line. It’s looking more likely that Williams is going to be traded sometime in the future but it’s not exactly clear. Williams is a good enough contributor that even if traded, can provide excellent depth and solid all-around production. Expect him to keep putting up decent stat-lines for the boys in blue and orange.

Tre Mann Season Grade: B

Mann hasn’t gotten a whole lot of action this year besides the last couple games. Over the last two weeks of play, he averaged 11.8 points, 2.5 boards, 0.5 assists, 0.8 steals and 0.5 blocks a game on 36% from the field and 88% from the line. Mann has shown a lot of promise in terms of being an electric scorer but he doesn’t do a whole lot besides that. It doesn’t matter as he’s going to be on a rebuilding team and he’s going to be given opportunities. Being a spark plug scorer off the bench is very important for this club so his role will expand in the future.


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