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Thunder Draft: Second Round Steal Potential at No. 34 Overall

With their third and final pick, the Thunder could find real value at No. 34 overall.

The Oklahoma City Thunder could come out of the 2022 NBA Draft as one of the most improved teams overall. With two lottery picks, there's a real chance they land a future star. 

Even outside of those two lottery selections, Oklahoma City has a great opportunity to add to its young core early in the second round. With the fourth pick in that round, the Thunder will have the chance to take a project at No. 34 overall.

Whether this is a player that's fallen after being projected in the first round or just a raw prospect that needs the right system to develop, OKC will take this pick very seriously. 

Who are some of the prospects that could make the most sense at No. 34?

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