As one of the best teams in the NBA, it's easy to say most of Oklahoma City's players' stocks have been on the rise all season.
However, we all know that things change after the All-Star break. Games become more important as teams fight for playoff positioning down the stretch. Players start to turn it on and coaches start planning rotations and lineups for the postseason.
So, as the season gets older, players' roles change. Well, some players' roles stay the same.
For example, players like Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook will continue to dominate as the focal points like they have all season. But there are players who either step up into a more important role or fall down in the lineup and take a cut in minutes.
It's All-Star break stock watch time, and as the games take on new meaning, stocks begin to rise and fall. Here are Oklahoma City's stocks to watch as the NBA heads into All-Star Weekend.
Stats and records accurate as of games played prior to Feb. 12.