Cliff Hammonds, PG, 6-3, 200, Clemson
Averaged 15.8 points and 4.6 assists in 26 games over in Greece last year.
James Harden, SG, 6-5, 217, Arizona State
He could be the best player in Orlando this year. The 2009 No. 3 overall pick averaged 9.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.8 steals last year.
Serge Ibaka, PF, 6-10, 235, Congo
Expectations will be through the roof on Ibaka after last year's playoff performance against the L.A. Lakers.
Marcus Lewis, PF, 6-8, 246, Oral Roberts
He can lay claim to making the Tulsa 66ers roster last season through an open tryout. He averaged four points and 3.3 rebounds in 42 games with the 66ers.
Eric Maynor, PG, 6-3, 175, Virginia Commonwealth
After showing poise in the regular season, summer league should be a breeze for Maynor.
Byron Mullens, C, 7-0, 275, Ohio State
This is a big summer for Mullens' development after he spent most of his rookie season in the D-League.
Ryan Reid, PF, 6-8, 235, Florida State
He's a low-post defender who spent four years at Florida State and is expected to add toughness to this summer's roster.
Mustafa Shakur, PG, 6-4, 195, Arizona
Shakur signed with the Thunder late in the season but didn't see any game action. He's a crafty point guard who can create for himself and others.
Robert Vaden, SG, 6-5, 205, Alabama-Birmingham
OKC traded for Vaden, a second-round pick in the 2009 draft, but let him develop in Italy last season. He averaged 16.9 points while shooting 40 percent from the 3-point line last year.
Kyle Weaver, SG, 6-6, 215, Washington State
Originally acquired in a trade with Charlotte, the second-round pick is now entering his third season with the Thunder. Weaver has versatility but faces an uphill climb to crack the rotation.
D.J. White, PF, 6-9, 240, Indiana
Injuries have derailed his first two seasons with the Thunder. And before he can earn steady minutes, he'll have to improve his defense. Look for that area of development to be a theme throughout his week.
Latavious Williams, PF, 6-8, 216, Starksville (Miss.) High
Williams made history as the first high school player ever drafted into the NBA D-League out of high school. Thunder management loves his skills and work ethic and acquired him from Miami in a draft-night trade. He could be a diamond in the rough down the line but will again play for the Tulsa 66ers next season.