Adams, who started off in sandals before going barefoot, entered with little football knowledge. The 7-foot center discussed his newfound appreciation for the sport after throwing a few passes to his Thunder teammate.
"It's actually really difficult," Adams said. "I'm a rugby guy, but I actually appreciate it more. ... Yeah, these guys are amazing as well."
A defensive specialist on the basketball court, Roberson tried to shine on offense for a change. At least he wore sneakers.
Both players elevated their games during the postseason, when the Thunder pushed the Golden State Warriors to the limit in an epic seven-game Western Conference Finals series. Now that Kevin Durant has joined the enemy, they'll need to evolve even more this season.