How the 2011 Thunder was built: OKC's recent draft history
HOW THE 2010-11 THUNDER WAS BUILT:
Nick Collison: 2003 NBA Draft — No. 12 overall pick
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Kevin Durant: 2007 NBA Draft — No. 2 overall pick
Russell Westbrook: 2008 NBA Draft — No. 4 overall pick
Serge Ibaka: 2008 NBA Draft — No. 24 overall pick
James Harden: 2009 NBA Draft — No. 3 overall pick
Thabo Sefolosha: Acquired from Chicago along with cash considerations in exchange for a 2009 first-round draft pick (Taj Gibson).
Byron Mullens: Drafted No. 24 by the Dallas Mavericks and rights traded on draft night in exchange for Rodrigue Beaubois (No. 25 overall) and a 2010 second-round draft pick (Solomon Alabi).
Eric Maynor: Acquired from the Utah Jazz along with Matt Harpring in exchange for draft rights to Peter Fehse.
Daequan Cook: Acquired from the Miami Heat along with the No. 18 pick (Eric Bledsoe) in the 2010 draft in exchange for the No. 32 pick (Dexter Pittman) in the 2010 draft.
Cole Aldrich: Acquired from the New Orleans Hornets along with Morris Peterson in exchange for the draft rights to Craig Brackins and Quincy Pondexter.
Kendrick Perkins: Acquired from the Boston Celtics along with Nate Robinson in exchange for Jeff Green, Nenad Krstic, the LA Clippers' first-round draft pick (top-10 protected through 2016) and cash.
Nate Robinson: Acquired from the Boston Celtics along with Perkins in exchange for Green, Krstic, the LA Clippers' first-round draft pick (top-10 protected through 2016) and cash.
Nazr Mohammed: Acquired from the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange for D.J. White and Peterson.
Robert Vaden: Draft rights acquired from the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange for cash considerations. Signed to contract April 9, 2011.
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Royal Ivey: Signed July 21, 2010.
PRESTI'S DRAFT HISTORY
Selected: Forward Kevin Durant (No. 2 overall), forward Carl Landry (31st), center Glen Davis (35th).
Transactions: Traded guard Ray Allen and Davis to the Boston Celtics for guards Delonte West, Wally Szczerbiak and No. 5 overall pick Jeff Green. Traded Landry draft rights to Houston Rockets for cash and 2008 second-round draft pick.