e feeling is he’s put them in the best position, because they have that cap flexibility. They don’t have any bad contracts. When Chris Wilcox is your highest paid player at $6-something (million) and it’s expiring, that’s incredible. And most important, he’s been able to fill the most difficult positions to fill. If you believe that Russ Westbrook is a point guard in this league, and I do. And if you believe that Kevin Durant is a superstar in the making, and I do. That and having a post-up guy or a legitimate guy who can score off the block and block shot, but they’ve got two out of the three most difficult pieces to get. When you look at the draft, who’s a better fit, Blake Griffin or Ricky Rubio? Blake Griffin, without question. What Rubio does, while he’s intriguing, I don’t know how that fits chemistry-wise with Kevin and Russ in particular. Blake, you can put him on the floor and he can contribute something right away and it’s not going to take away from what these other guys do. BY DARNELL MAYBERRY For more questions and answers with Bucher, check out the Thunder Rumblings blog at blog.newsok.com/nbainokc.