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2014 NBA Draft: 5 Players the Oklahoma City Thunder Should Target at No. 21

2014 NBA Draft: Five Players the Oklahoma City Thunder Should Target at No. 21 Overall

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The Oklahoma City Thunder have one of the top duos in the league in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, and despite currently facing an 0-2 deficit to the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals they are one of the best teams in the league.

The Thunder could go any number of directions with the 21st overall pick in June's draft, but here are five players they should target.

5. T.J. Warren, F, N.C. State

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5. T.J. Warren, F, N.C. State

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The Thunder could use a third scorer, and Warren would fit that bill after averaging 24.8 points per game (third in the country) and earning ACC Player of the Year honors last season.

4. Mitch McGary, C, Michigan

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4. Mitch McGary, C, Michigan

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McGary missed most of last season for the Wolverines with a back injury, but after a positive test for marijuana at the NCAA Tournament he declared for the draft. If he's 100 percent healthy, and presumably motivated, McGary could develop into a much needed low-post offensive force for Oklahoma City.

3. P.J. Hairston, SG, North Carolina

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3. P.J. Hairston, SG, North Carolina

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Hairston spent the end of this past season in the D-League after being dismissed from North Carolina after an investigation into if he received impermissible benefits. Leaving aside any lingering off the court baggage, Hairston would fit nicely with the Thunder as a perimeter shooter with the ability to guard both wing positions.

2. Jordan Adams, SG, UCLA

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2. Jordan Adams, SG, UCLA

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Oklahoma City would surely like to upgrade their situation at shooting guard, and drafting Adams would allow to them to let Thabo Sefolosha go as a free agent this summer with no regret.

1. Kyle Anderson, SF, UCLA

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1. Kyle Anderson, SF, UCLA

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Concerns about his athleticism will follow Anderson into the NBA, but his versatility, all-around skill set and proficiency from three-point range (48.3 percent last season) all make him an excellent fit for the Thunder.