Taking a look at the 14 players on the Thunder's summer league roster.
No.; Name; Pos.; Ht/Wt; Age; College
12; Steven Adams; C; 7-0/250; 19; Pittsburgh
After starting 32 games and leading Pittsburgh with 203 rebounds and 65 blocked shots, Adams was the Panthers' first Big East All-Rookie team selection since DeJuan Blair in 2007-08. The Thunder's 12th overall pick was named the most valuable player of the New Zealand Under-21 national tournament after averaging 25 points per game in six games in May 2012.
42; Ron Anderson; F; 6-9/255; 23; South Florida
After going undrafted in the 2012 NBA Draft, Anderson was selected in Round 4 with the sixth pick in the 2012 NBA Development League Draft by the Tulsa 66ers. He played in 44 games for the 66ers and averaged 20.7 minutes, 5.95 points and 4.89 rebounds per game.
13; Dwight Buycks; G; 6-3/190; 24; Marquette
He spent the 2011-12 season in the D-League, averaging 15.1 points and 2.6 assists per game for the Tulsa 66ers. Last season, he led the Gravelines (France) to the best record in the regular season and was named the league's MVP, averaging 18.0 points, 3.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists per game.
15; Reggie Jackson; G; 6-3/208; 23; Boston College
In the Thunder's two postseason series, the point guard averaged 13.9 points, 4.9 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game, while playing 33.5 minutes. Jackson's best-overall playoff game was the first-round clincher against the Houston Rockets, when he played 45 minutes, scored 17 points, grabbed seven boards and had eight assists.
47; Grant Jerrett; F; 6-10/220; 19; Arizona
Jerrett averaged 5.2 points and 3.6 rebounds in 17.8 minutes per game as a freshman for Arizona and shot 40.5 percent from 3-point range in 34 appearances (two starts.) He scored 10-plus points five times, grabbed five or more rebounds 11 times and shot 81.8 percent (18-of-22) from the free-throw line.
3; Perry Jones III; F; 6-11/235; 21; Baylor
Jones made 19 starts (15 in the regular season) with the Tulsa 66ers. In the regular season, Jones had 38 appearances for the Thunder, averaged 7.4 minutes, 2.3 points, 1.6 rebounds and shot 39.4 percent per game.
8; Kyle Kuric; G; 6-4/195; 23; Louisville
In 34 games (11 starts) this season, Kuric averaged 11.12 points and shot 38.4 percent from 3-point range. Kuric averaged 19 points in the Asefa Estudiantes' final six games, and on April 28 he had a career high 27-points in a 94-85 win against UCAC Murcia.
11; Jeremy Lamb; G; 6-5/180; 21; Connecticut
In the 2011 FIBA Under-19 World Championship, Lamb averaged 16.2 points, 4.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 2.0 steals per game and was named to the All-Tournament team in Latvia, as the USA finished fifth. In 25 games in the D-League this season, Lamb averaged 21 points a game.
14; DeAndre Liggins; G; 6-6/209; 25; Kentucky
Liggins averaged just 7.4 minutes, 1.5 points, 1.4 rebounds and 0.5 steals in 39 games this season. When starting shooting guard Thabo Sefolosha was sidelined with a neck strain, Liggins was inserted into the starting unit and played a team- and career-high 39.5 minutes, scoring 11 points with nine rebounds, both career highs.
33; Daniel Orton; C; 6-10/255; 22; Kentucky
The Orlando Magic selected him 29th overall in the 2010 NBA Draft after his freshman season at Kentucky, but he didn't see action until a year-and-a-half later in a 93-67 loss to the New Orleans Hornets. Orton saw the most playing time of any player in the D-League, starting 29 games last season for the Tulsa 66ers.
21; Andre Roberson; F; 6-7/190; 22; Colorado
Roberson averaged the second-most rebounds (11.2 per game) in the nation last season, and as a junior, he had 10 or more rebounds in 21 of Colorado's 33 games, including a pair of 20-rebound performances. He averaged 2.2 steals per game (second in the conference) and 1.3 blocks (eighth in the conference).
44; Andrew Smith; C; 6-11/240; 22; Butler
Smith set a Butler NCAA Tournament record with 16 rebounds against Bucknell in the second round in 2013. Finished 25th on Butler's all-time scoring list with 1,147 career points, and 12th on Butler's all-time rebounding list with 648 career rebounds.
2; Michael Snaer; G; 6-4/180; 23; Florida State
Snaer averaged 14.8 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.5 assists per game and shot 38.4 percent from 3-point range as a senior. Led Florida State in scoring his final two seasons while earning All-ACC second team honors as a junior and All-ACC third team honors as a senior.
7; Tony Taylor; G; 6-0/191; 22; George Washington
Taylor finished his four-year career at George Washington ranked fourth all-time in assists (486), 10th all-time in steals (130) and 19th all-time in points (1,345). After being selected 32nd overall by the Tulsa 66ers in the 2012 D-League Draft, Taylor played all 50 regular-season games, averaging 7.0 points, 3.2 assists and 22.6 minutes per game to earn All-Rookie third team honors in April.
Summer league head coach: Rex Kalamian, Cal Poly Pomona.
Assistant coaches: Mark Bryant, Seton Hall; Vin Bhavnani, USC; Dave Bliss, Georgia; Josh Longstaff, Bryant University; Darko Rajakovic, BK University, Serbia; Scott Simpson, Arizona State.