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30 NBA All-Time Teams in 30 Days: All-Time Seattle Supersonics/OKC Thunder (12/30)
Head Coach: Lenny Wilkens (1969-72, 1977-85)
Accolades w/Team: 478-402 Regular Season Record, 37-32 Playoff Record, 2 Finals Appearances, 1x NBA Champion
Assistant Coach: George Karl (1991-98)
Accolades w/Team: 384-150 Regular Season Record, 40-40 Playoff Record, 1 Finals Appearance
Assistant Coach: Scott Brooks (2008-15)
Accolades w/Team: 338-207 Regular Season Record, 39-34 Playoff Record, 1 Finals Appearance
PG1: Gary Payton (1990-03)
Accolades w/Team: 1 Finals Appearance, 9x All-Star, 1995-96 Defensive Player of the Year, 2x All-NBA 1st Team, 5x All-NBA 2nd Team, 2x All-NBA 3rd Team, 9x All-Defensive 1st Team
Stats: 18.2 PPG, 4.2 RPG, 7.4 APG, 2.1 SPG, 0.2 BPG
Deciding the starting point guard for this all-time team is probably the toughest decision that I made during this series. I went back-and-forth but in the end, I went with “The Glove” over the “The Brodie” because not only was Gary Payton one of the few guys who could guard Michael Jordan but he was also really good offensively in addition to the clamps he put on other guards. Although he was drafted second overall in the 1990 NBA Draft, Payton didn’t make the All-Star team until 1994 when he averaged 16.5 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 6 APG, and 2.3 SPG and led Seattle to the best record in the NBA that year. Over the next six seasons, Payton was in the Top 3 in steals five times, averaged 21.1 PPG, 4.7 RPG, 7.9 APG, and 2.4 SPG, made the All-Defensive 1st Team all six times, was the only point guard in NBA history to win Defensive Player of the Year (1995-96), and even led the NBA in three-pointers made during the 1999-00 season. Although Payton’s steal numbers decreased throughout his career (from 2.9 in 1995-96 to 1.6 in 2001-02), his assists numbers went up (from 7.5 in 1995-96 to 9 in 2001-02), and he still made the All-Defensive 1st Team during his final two full seasons in Seattle despite the lower steal numbers. Payton was traded to the Bucks in 2003 for Ray Allen as he was in the final year of his contract, but he is still a legend in Seattle Supersonics history and is loyal to the city of Seattle.
PG2: Russell Westbrook (2008-19)
Accolades w/Team: 1x NBA MVP, 8x All-Star, 2x All-Star Game MVP, 2x All-NBA 1st Team, 6x All-NBA 2nd Team, 1x All-NBA 3rd Team
Stats: 23 PPG, 7 RPG, 8.4 APG, 1.8 SPG, 0.3 BPG
Russell Westbrook is the most beloved player in the history of the Oklahoma City Thunder. However, Westbrook’s history with the franchise starts with the Seattle Supersonics where he was selected with the fourth overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft. After a solid first two seasons where he averaged 15.7 PPG, 4.9 RPG, and 6.6 APG, Westbrook broke out in his third year in the NBA, averaging 21.9 PPG, 4.6 RPG, and 8.2 APG, where he formed a dynamic duo with Kevin Durant, made the All-Star team, and made the All-NBA 2nd Team. Through the next five seasons, “The Brodie” continued to thrive as the “Robin” to Kevin Durant as he averaged 24.1 PPG, 6.2 RPG, 7.9 APG, and 1.9 SPG, made the All-Star team four times and made an All-NBA team in each of those four seasons where he was healthy. Although the team was among the best in the NBA, they floundered in the playoffs, and Durant signed with the Warriors in 2016, leaving the way for Westbrook to lead the team. In the three seasons Westbrook played without Durant, he averaged a triple-double in each of them and averaged a combined 28.5 PPG, 10.4 RPG, and 10.3 APG. He led the league in scoring during his 2016-17 MVP campaign and led the league in assists the two years after. Unfortunately, Westbrook never got past the first round without Durant and was subsequently traded to Houston during this F5 season for Chris Paul.
PG3: Gus Williams (1977-80, 1981-84)
Accolades w/Team: 2 Finals Appearances, 1x NBA Champion, 2x All-Star, 1x All-NBA 1st Team, 1x All-NBA 2nd Team
Stats: 20.3 PPG, 3 RPG, 6 APG, 2.3 SPG, 0.4 BPG
When the Seattle Supersonics signed Gus Williams in 1977, he was nothing more than a reserve guard who averaged 10.5 PPG with the Warriors in two seasons. Williams instantly beat everybody’s expectations as he helped lead Seattle as their point guard to the NBA Finals in 1978 and helped them win the NBA championship in 1979 as he averaged 26.7 PPG, 4.1 RPG, 3.7 APG, and 2 SPG during that postseason run. After that season, Williams improved even more in his third season with the team as he averaged 22.1 PPG, 3.4 RPG, 4.8 APG, and 2.4 SPG, which helped him make the All-NBA 2nd Team. Williams held out the very next season in search of a new contract, but he had his best season the year after that with averages of 23.4 PPG, 3.1 RPG, 6.9 APG, and 2.2 SPG as well as his first All-Star selection and a spot on the All-NBA 1st Team. Although his scoring numbers went down from 23.4 during the 1981-82 season to 19.4 over the next two seasons, his assists numbers went up from 6.9 in 1981-82 to 8.2 throughout the next two seasons. While his APG increased during his later years with the Sonics, he was traded to the Washington Bullets in 1984.
PG4: Lenny Wilkens (1968-72)
Accolades w/Team: 3x All-Star, 1971 All-Star Game MVP
Stats: 19.5 PPG, 5 RPG, 9 APG
After finishing second in the MVP voting during the 1967-68 season, Lenny Wilkens was traded to the Seattle Supersonics and he immediately thrived as he had the best season of his career in his first year in the Emerald City with averages of 22.4 PPG, 6.2 RPG, and 8.2 APG and even finished second in the league in APG. After the season, Wilkens became player-coach for the Sonics, and in his second season with the team, he led the league in assists with 9.1 APG. Lenny Wilkens played two more seasons with the Sonics, averaging 9.2 APG and 9.6 APG respectively and finished second in the league in that category in both years. However, after the 1971-72 season, Wilkens resigned as coach in April and was later traded to the Cavaliers in August of that year. After his playing days were over, Wilkens returned in the middle of the 1977-78 season to coach the Sonics again and helped them make the Finals two times, winning once as a head coach for the franchise.
SG1: Ray Allen (2003-07)
Accolades w/Team: 4x All-Star, 1x All-NBA 2nd Team
Stats: 24.6 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 4.2 APG, 1.3 SPG, 0.2 BPG
When Seattle traded “The Glove” to Milwaukee in 2003, they got back sharp-shooter Ray Allen in return. Allen proved to be valuable in the Emerald City as he made the All-Star team in each of his four full seasons with the Supersonics. As the eventual all-time leader in three-pointers made, Ray-Ray’s scoring averages went up for each of his four seasons with the team, made the All-NBA 2nd Team in the 2004-05 season, and set a record for three-pointers made in a season during the 2005-06 season with 269, a record that would last until 2013 when it was broken by Stephen Curry in 2013 with 272. During the 2007 NBA Draft, Allen’s career as a Sonic ended when he was traded to the Celtics on draft-day for a package that included the draft rights to Jeff Green as the Sonics were headed for a new era as well as a relocation from Seattle.
SG2: Dennis Johnson (1976-80)
Accolades w/Team: 2 Finals Appearances, 1x NBA Champion, 1979 Finals MVP, 2x All-Star, 1x All-NBA 2nd Team, 2x All-Defensive 1st Team
Stats: 14.2 PPG, 4.3 RPG, 3 APG, 1.5 SPG, 0.9 BPG
After being drafted 29th overall by the Seattle Supersonics in the 1976 NBA Draft, Dennis Johnson became a solid role player for the team during his first two seasons. However, Johnson improved the 1978 postseason as he averaged 16.1 PPG, 4.6 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1 SPG, and 1 BPG and helped Seattle reach that year’s NBA Finals where they lost to the Washington Bullets. He maintained the success that he had in that postseason run the very next season as he made the All-Star team for the first time and made the All-Defensive 1st Team as well. His postseason run turned out to be a huge improvement from last season’s as he averaged 20.9 PPG, 6.1 RPG, 4.1 APG, 1.6 SPG, and 1.5 BPG on Seattle’s way to their first NBA championship as well as a Finals MVP for Johnson himself. Johnson was even better in the 1979-80 regular season than he was the previous season as he averaged 19 PPG, 5.1 RPG, 4.1 APG, 1.8 SPG, and 1 BPG, and made the All-NBA 2nd Team in addition to making the All-Star team and All-Defensive 1st Team again. Johnson dipped slightly in the 1980 postseason, and he was traded to the Suns after that season for Paul Westphal because he clashed with his coach, Lenny Wilkens.
SG3: Fred Brown (1971-84)
Accolades w/Team: 2 Finals Appearances, 1x NBA Champion, 1x All-Star
Stats: 14.6 PPG, 2.7 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1.4 SPG, 0.2 BPG
Drafted sixth overall by the Seattle Supersonics in the 1971 NBA Draft, Downtown Freddie Brown spent his entire 13-year career with the franchise. Freddie Brown’s scoring averages went up in each of his first five seasons as he went from averaging 4.2 PPG on 10.9 MPG as a rookie to 23.1 PPG and an All-Star in his fifth season in the league. After that All-Star season, Brown was mostly used as a reserve due to the emergence of Dennis Johnson and Gus Williams, but he was still a solid role player during Seattle’s two runs to the NBA Finals in 1978 and 1979. An exceptional shooter, Brown even led the NBA in three-point percentage during the NBA’s first season with the three-point line, shooting 44.3% on 1.1 attempts per game. When Brown retired after the 1983-84 season, he was the Sonics’ all-time leader in points as well as win shares and had his jersey retired by the franchise in 1986.
SF1: Kevin Durant (2007-16)
Accolades w/Team: 1 Finals Appearance, 1x NBA MVP, 7x All-Star, 2012 All-Star Game MVP, 2007-08 Rookie of the Year, 5x All-NBA 1st Team, 1x All-NBA 2nd Team
Stats: 27.4 PPG, 7 RPG, 3.7 APG, 1.2 SPG, 1 BPG
I know a lot of Thunder fans hate Kevin Durant but the move to the Warriors doesn’t prevent the fact that he is arguably the greatest player in the history of this franchise. Selected second overall by the franchise in the 2007 NBA Draft, Durant instantly thrived in his rookie season with averages of 20.3 PPG, 4.4 RPG, and 2.4 APG which helped him win Rookie of the Year. After improving his scoring average by five points in his second season, Durant blossomed into a superstar in his third year in the NBA, like Westbrook, as he averaged 30.1 PPG, 7.6 RPG, and 2.8 APG, led the NBA in scoring for the first time out of four times, and even placed in second in the MVP voting. His next three years would be pretty much the same as he averaged 28 PPG, 7.6 RPG, and 3.6 APG during that span, which included two scoring titles and two second-place finishes in the MVP voting. Durant had his best season in the 2013-14 season as he led the NBA in scoring, yet again, with 32 PPG in addition to 7.4 RPG and 4.6 APG. Durant’s performance throughout that season helped him win that year’s MVP after finishing in second thrice. Durant missed most of the following season due to injury but bounced back the following season as he averaged 28.2 PPG, 8.2 RPG, and 5 APG, and helped the Thunder take the 73-win Warriors to seven games before losing that final Game 7, which turned out to be Durant’s last as a member of the Thunder.
SF2: Dale Ellis (1986-91, 1997-99)
Accolades w/Team: 1x All-Star, 1x All-NBA 3rd Team
Stats: 20.9 PPG, 3.9 RPG, 2 APG, 1 SPG, 0.2 BPG
When Dale Ellis was acquired by the Supersonics in 1986, he was nothing more than a role player who averaged 8.2 PPG with the Mavericks. However, Ellis emerged as an elite scorer and three-point shooter in the Emerald City as he averaged 24.9 PPG, 5.5 RPG, and 2.9 APG in his first season with the team which helped him win that year’s Most Improved Player and even helped Seattle reach the Western Conference Finals despite being the seventh seed. Ellis’s stats improved the following year as he averaged 25.8 PPG, 4.5 RPG, and 2.6 APG and made the All-Star team for the first time the year after as he averaged 27.5 PPG, 4.2 RPG, and 2 APG. During each of those first three years, Ellis was in the top three in three-pointers made, but he was traded to Milwaukee in the middle of his fifth season with the team. Ellis returned for a second tenure with the franchise in 1997 which lasted only two years and while he was nowhere near the same scorer he was in his first stint, he still led the NBA in three-point percentage in the 1997-98 season, making 46.4% on 3.5 attempts per game.
SF3: Xavier McDaniel (1985-90)
Accolades w/Team: 1x All-Star
Stats: 20.7 PPG, 7 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.2 SPG, 0.5 BPG
Drafted fourth overall by the Sonics in the 1985 NBA Draft, Xavier McDaniel or “The X-Man” turned out to be a very good player for the franchise during the later part of the 1980s. After a solid rookie season where he averaged 17.1 PPG, 8 RPG, and 2.4 APG, McDaniel had his best season as a pro in his second season as he averaged 23 PPG, 8.6 RPG, and 2.5 APG and helped lead Seattle to the Western Conference Finals. Although McDaniel’s stats got slightly worse the next season as he averaged 21.4 PPG, 6.6 RPG, and 3.4 APG, he made the All-Star team for the only time in his NBA career. After that season, McDaniel was still very good as he averaged 20.8 PPG, 5.8 RPG, and 2 APG over the next two seasons, he was traded during the middle of the season after those two seasons to the Suns in a package that sent Eddie Johnson to the Emerald City.
PF1: Shawn Kemp (1989-97)
Accolades w/Team: 1 Finals Appearance, 5x All-Star, 3x All-NBA 2nd Team
Stats: 16.2 PPG, 9.6 RPG, 1.8 APG, 1.2 SPG, 1.5 BPG
Shawn Kemp was one of the NBA’s best power forwards and dunkers during his nine-year stay in the Emerald City. After only averaging 13.8 MPG as a rookie, Kemp was a very solid player for the next two seasons as he averaged 15.2 PPG and 9.3 RPG during that span before making his first All-Star team in his fourth season as he averaged 17.8 PPG, 10.7 RPG, and 2 APG. Kemp remained a constant on the All-Star team in the next four seasons as he averaged 18.8 PPG, 10.8 RPG, and 2.1 APG, made three All-NBA teams and even helped lead Seattle to the NBA Finals in the 1995-96 season. Although Kemp never won a championship with Seattle, he was even better statistically than he was in the regular season as he averaged 21.6 PPG and 11.2 RPG from the postseasons from 1995-97 despite never averaging at least 20 PPG with the Sonics during the regular season. However, a contract dispute led to the Sonics trading Shawn Kemp to the Cavaliers before the 1997-98 season in a deal that also involved the Milwaukee Bucks.
PF2: Detlef Schrempf (1993-99)
Accolades w/Team: 1 Finals Appearance, 2x All-Star, 1x All-NBA 3rd Team
Stats: 16.6 PPG, 6.3 RPG, 4 APG, 0.9 SPG, 0.3 BPG
When the Seattle Supersonics acquired former All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year Detlef Schrempf from the Indiana Pacers, he fit into the team as a solid role player and a third option to Gary Payton and Shawn Kemp. After averaging a solid 15 PPG in his first season with the team, Schrempf had his best season as a pro in his second season in the Emerald City as he averaged 19.2 PPG, 6.2 RPG, and 3.8 APG which earned him a spot on the All-Star team as well as that on the All-NBA 3rd Team. Not only that, but he also shot a staggering 51.4% from the three-point line. After that, Schrempf spent his next four seasons with the Sonics as a solid player as he had one more All-Star selection in that span and helped Seattle to the NBA Finals in 1996 as he averaged 16 PPG and 5 RPG during that postseason run.
PF3: Rashard Lewis (1998-07)
Accolades w/Team: 1x All-Star
Stats: 16.6 PPG, 5.8 RPG, 1.7 APG, 1.1 SPG, 0.6 BPG
Drafted by the Supersonics straight out of highschool in the 1998 NBA Draft, Rashard Lewis did not get much playing time during his first two seasons with the team, but he was a very solid player in his third season with the team, where he averaged 14.8 PPG and 6.9 RPG. Lewis maintained that consistency over the next three seasons as he averaged 17.6 PPG, 6.7 RPG, and 1.9 APG during that span until he made the All-Star team during the 2004-05 season. During that season, Lewis averaged 20.5 PPG, 5.5 RPG, and 1.3 APG as he helped lead the Supersonics to the second round of that year’s postseason. Although Sweet Lew never reached the postseason during his next two and final years with the franchise, he was still very good, averaging 21.1 PPG, 5.7 RPG, and 2.4 APG throughout that period. However, the Sonics were headed towards a rebuild and relocation, and Lewis signed with the Orlando Magic during the 2007 off-season.
C1: Jack Sikma (1977-86)
Accolades w/Team: 2 Finals Appearances, 1x NBA Champion, 7x All-Star, 1x All-Defensive 2nd Team
Stats: 16.8 PPG, 10.8 RPG, 3.3 APG, 1.1 SPG, 1 BPG
As the all-time leading rebounder for this franchise, Jack Sikma had a really good nine-year tenure with the Seattle Supersonics. Sikma had a very solid rookie season as he averaged 10.7 PPG and 8.3 RPG and helped the Supersonics reach the NBA Finals that year. Sikma showed improvement in his sophomore season as he averaged 15.6 PPG, 12.4 RPG, and 3.2 APG, made the All-Star and helped the team win the title as he averaged 16.2 PPG, 14.8 RPG, and 3.2 BPG during that year’s NBA Finals against the Washington Bullets. Sikma made the All-Star team during each of the next six seasons as he averaged 18.1 PPG, 11.2 RPG, and 3.4 APG during that span. While Sikma had a decent season in his final season in the Emerald City with averages of 17.1 PPG and 9.4 RPG, he failed to make the All-Star team for the first time since his rookie year, and he was traded to the Bucks before the 1986-87 season.
C2: Spencer Haywood (1970-75)
Accolades w/Team: 4x All-Star, 2x All-NBA 1st Team, 2x All-NBA 2nd Team
Stats: 24.9 PPG, 12.1 RPG, 2.4 APG, 0.8 SPG, 1.5 BPG
Spencer Haywood had a very interesting professional basketball career, to say the least. Haywood spent his first season in the ABA with the Denver Rockets (now Nuggets) at the age of 20 as he averaged 30 PPG and 19.5 RPG as he won the Rookie of the Year. In December of 1970, Haywood signed with the Supersonics as he was in the middle of a lawsuit against the NBA for the right to play with the team considering he would not have been eligible to play. During the 1970-71 season, Haywood played in 33 games with the team as he averaged 20.6 PPG and 12 RPG. Following the season, he was drafted by the Buffalo Braves in the 1971 NBA Draft despite being under contract with the Sonics. He stayed in Seattle and averaged 27.8 PPG, 12.8 RPG, and 2.3 APG over the next two seasons and made the All-NBA 1st Team in each of those seasons. Although Haywood was not as good during the next two seasons as he was in his first two seasons with the team, he was still really good as he averaged 23 PPG, 11.4 RPG, and 1.5 BPG and made the All-NBA 2nd Team in both seasons. However, his interesting tenure with the Sonics ended before the 1975-76 season when he was traded to the New York Knicks.
TL;DR All-Time Supersonics/Thunder Roster
|PG||Gary Payton||Russell Westbrook, Gus Williams, Lenny Wilkens|
|SG||Ray Allen||Dennis Johnson, Fred Brown|
|SF||Kevin Durant||Dale Ellis, Xavier McDaniel|
|PF||Shawn Kemp||Detlef Schrempf, Rashard Lewis|
|C||Jack Sikma||Spencer Haywood|
|Head Coach||Assistant Coaches|
|Coaching Staff||Lenny Wilkens||George Karl, Scott Brooks|
- I like the starting lineup built around one of the best two-way point guards of all-time in Gary Payton. Not only does he have an excellent dunker in Shawn Kemp but he also has an excellent stretch five who can shoot in Jack Sikma. In addition to Sikma and Kemp, the wings on the All-Time team compliment "The Glove" perfectly as he has one of the greatest three-point shooters of all-time in Ray Allen and one of the greatest scorers of all-time in Kevin Durant to pass to.
- The second unit is a pretty good small-ball lineup built around "Mr. Triple Double" himself. Russ can find excellent three-point shooters in Dale Ellis and Detlef Schrempf as well as a solid inside scorer in Spencer Haywood. Even if none of them are open, Russell is still a very good scorer although not a extremely efficient one. Defense might be an issue as the only really good defender off the bench is Dennis Johnson as well as size as the backup center in Spencer Haywood is only 6'8" but that shouldn't be too much of an issue because
Russ will steal all the reboundsHaywood averaged 12.1 RPG which was really good.
- If you want only Sonics on your all-time team, I'd replace Westbrook and Durant with PF Tom Chambers and moving Detlef Schrempf to SF as well as C Bob Rule who was really good for three seasons with the team before he tore his Achilles in the beginning of his fourth season.
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