The Oklahoma City Thunder had a very quiet draft in 2011. Void of lottery picks, the Thunder sat back and chose the player they coveted the most for their position.
Oklahoma City chose Reggie Jackson, a 6'3" point guard from Boston College.
Jackson apparently won over the front office of Oklahoma City, electing to not work out for any teams.
Now that Jackson will be the third point guard behind Russell Westbrook and Eric Maynor, it's time for figure out exactly why the Thunder went this route.
Here is a complete analysis of the pick, including two players the Thunder should have considered.