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We're lumping these three together because, while all three players have varying skills to offer the team, they don't fill important enough needs to warrant minutes during the playoffs.
Obviously, Daniel Orton is out. He gives the Oklahoma City Thunder a big body, but his game isn't anywhere near reliable enough to be trusted in the NBA's second season.
In addition, the Derek Fisher experiment isn't working, which seems to be obvious to everyone except for Thunder head coach Scott Brooks. Here's hoping Brooks realizes that Fisher does basically nothing, especially against the new breed of point guards that dominates the League.
Jeremy Lamb is the hardest player to leave off because he has a really impressive game.
Unfortunately, he also does almost the exact same thing as Kevin Martin, which means that he doesn't really add anything to OKC's playoff roster.
That said, if the Thunder do clinch the Western Conference's top seed, it'd be nice to see Lamb get some playing time to show the coaching staff what he can do on a bigger stage than the D-League.
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