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The Oklahoma City Thunder are going to rebuild their roster for the future in the coming years, as they are preparing to part ways with main rotational pieces.

In one of Kevin O’Connor’s mock drafts for the Ringer, he mentioned that multiple sources told him the Oklahoma City Thunder had interest in Aleksej Pokusevski.

Pokusevski is an unknown commodity to most of the NBA fans, as he passed the last season playing in the second tier of the Greek league with Olympiacos B.

The Serbian has a 7-foot-3 wingspan, being a good ball-handler. He can certainly run the floor and make plays in the open court.

OKC will reportedly trade Dennis Schroder to the Lakers in exchange for the 28th pick with the Thunder adding to the huge bulk of assets they have for the next six seasons.

The franchise could potentially look into moving up in the upcoming Draft, as executives believe Pokusevski will be a lottery pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.