After a disappointing and injury-plagued 2013 postseason which culminated in a second-round exit, the Oklahoma City Thunder will enter the summer with quite a few decisions to make.
First of all, do the Thunder consider amnestying Kendrick Perkins? According to Darnell Mayberry of Oklahoma's NewsOK, GM Sam Presti says no, but with limited cap space and holes to fill, you have to wonder if he will eventually budge from that stance.
Another issue is Kevin Martin. Will Oklahoma City choose to re-sign him, or will they instead put that cash toward something else?
OKC concluded last offseason by trading James Harden just a few days before opening night. We probably won't see anything that drastic this time around, but considering they have needs and don't have much money to work with to sign free agents, perhaps we could see another big-time deal.
Regardless, the Thunder have work to do in free agency during the coming months. Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook need some help. It just won't be in the form of someone like Al Jefferson or David West.