The Oklahoma City Thunder were a somewhat unexpected playoff team in 19-20 after trading away Paul George and Russell Westbrook last offseason. Chris Paul had a resurgent season and the Thunder were one of the best clutch teams in the league. But the Thunder could still begin a more conventional rebuild if they trade away Paul and follow that move by dealing Dennis Schroder and Steven Adams.
"By all appearances, once the Thunder make the move to move on from Chris Paul, that's kind of when they're going to hit the reset button," said Royce Young on The Hoop Collective Podcast. "That's when I think they'll start tearing down some of the pieces. Schroder will go. Adams might go. And they'll start to sort of begin their first ever rebuild since they moved to Oklahoma City."
The Thunder have one of the deepest stockpiles of draft picks in the NBA, which will aide in their rebuilding plans.