All signs point to the Oklahoma City Thunder addressing it's primary weakness, the center position, come next month's NBA draft. As pointed out here by Jim Eichenhofer, unless Toronto beats the odds and moves up into the top 3 during the draft lottery, OKC gets the Raptors' first-rounder.
That pick is projected to be No. 12, and with it you can expect the Thunder to seriously consider one of these defensive-minded, rebounding big men as a candidate to replace Kendrick Perkins (a strong amnesty candidate after the season) in the not-too-distant future.
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