Ok, you guys are retarded putting durant in your top 5 or top 10. There is more to bsaketball than putting up 28 points a game on a shitty team. Also, his team has played better without him (they were barely getting normal win, let alone quality ones with durant). Durant has a long way to go. Defense, passing, post game, playing within the offense, shot selection, not hurting his team with his own offensive game, etc... He's a great player with the potential to be top 5, but he's not there. He needs to play better within the offense, and allow the other 2 major players on the team (westbrook and green) get off as well. Durant isn't a playmaker/passer like lebron or kobe yet either, so he can't just control the ball all the time. Maybe in time, but right now, scoring a ton of points isn't exactly the only answer. I looovvveeeee the Thabo trade for them. I think he has the potential to be a good starter (not an all star but a perfect compliment). He can develop into an elite perimeter defender, has solid point/playmaking skills, and is a good slasher. His slashing can free up room for durant, and he and jeff green are the best passers on the team and can create for the best scorers durant and westbrook. Blake Griffin would not work there at all. They really need a selfless center who is a legit 7ft or a really strong 6'11. He needs to be agile and able to play uptempo, someone like Tyson Chandler who they insanely gave away because of a little toe injury. They need someone to run occasional pick and roll, defend legit big guys, and protect the rim. Also, i'm guessing blake is going to measure a bit shorter than currently listed at the draft. I don't see blake really being all that much in the nba. He won't be a bust, but i don't think he's a number 1 pick. No one seems all that high on him. Kinda like how a lot of scouts were lukewarm on Beasley despite putting up similar numbers.