Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports
Athletically, Perry Jones III might be the best player on the Oklahoma City Thunder roster.
You just don't see prospects like him very often.
Jones' game is a rare combination of size, ball-handling and finishing ability. He could easily become the biggest steal of last year's draft.
However, there are a few concerns about his knees, as well as any real go-to part of his offensive game.
He's a "high risk, high reward" player if there's ever been one, but luckily for him, he landed with the Thunder.
OKC is the perfect place for Jones to develop his game because he's not asked to contribute immediately, just work on developing his game.
Plus, he gets to practice with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook, something that will greatly improve his defensive game, while possibly helping his offense, as well.
The only real problem is that Oklahoma City doesn't really have any minutes to give him consistently.
Look for Jones' game to take another leap this offseason, forcing head coach Scott Brooks to insert him into the lineup more often.
He's still a few years away, but with Jones' potential, it's only matter of time before he finds a consistent place on an NBA roster.
Best Case: OKC Thunder's 2013-14 Do-Everything Bench Player/Future NBA Starter