→ 1. James Harden: The No. 3 overall pick is an adept passer as well as scorer. How many assists and rebounds he averages could be as revealing as how many points he scores. →2. Russell Westbrook: A first-team All-Rookie selection last season, Westbrook will play in Orlando. How much improvement has the athletic point guard made the past three months in LA? →3. D.J. White: Limited to a handful of games his rookie season, the former Big Ten Player of the Year is anxious to play a full season. Having added some muscle, White is projected to be part of the Thunder’s rotation. →4. Shaun Livingston: The former lottery pick showed signs of overcoming a devastating knee injury that derailed his career. How much mobility has Livingston regained the past three months? →5. B.J. Mullens: The 7-foot center didn’t start for Ohio State. He’s extremely athletic but is a project. How he fares in summer league and training camp in October could determine whether he starts in the D-League. →6. Kyle Weaver: After contributing solid minutes as a rookie, starting 19 games, Weaver must continue to show improvement to remain in the rotation on a roster that’s still in flux. →7. Robert Vaden: Viewed as one of the best shooting guards in the draft, Vaden, from UAB, can make an immediate impression with a strong showing in the two summer leagues. →8. Serge Ibaka: The athletic 6-foot-10 project from the Congo spent a year overseas. Ten summer league games could determine where he plays the upcoming season, overseas or the D-League. →9. Marcus Dove: The 6-foot-10 Oklahoma State product is a terrific defender who shut down Carmelo Anthony and Adam Morrison in college. Can he show enough in Las Vegas to earn an invite to training camp in October? →10. DeVon Hardin: One of the players offered in the rescinded Tyson Chandler trade, the 6-foot-11 post player has an opportunity to make an impression during summer leagues after playing overseas last season. →11. De'Angelo Alexander: The Midwest City product finished his college career at Charlotte after beginning at OU. The 6-foot-5 shooting guard will need a solid performance just to earn a training camp invite. →12. Richard Roby: The former Colorado star will only play in Las Vegas but was a prolific scorer with the Buffaloes. After playing a year overseas, can he make enough of an impression to be invited to training camp?