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WATCH: Thunder General Manager Sam Presti addresses the media following the 2018 NBA Draft

WATCH: Thunder General Manager Sam Presti addresses the media following the 2018 NBA Draft

Thunder General Manager Sam Presti and Vice President of Identification and Intelligence Will Dawkins were available to the media late Thursday night following the 2018 NBA Draft.

The Thunder had the 53rd and the 57th pick in the second round of the draft where the Thunder selected Devon Hall from the University of Virginia at No. 53, and Kevin Hervey from UT Arlington at No. 57.

Hall stands at 6’5, 211 pounds and plays at the guard position, while Hervey stands at 6’9, 230 pounds and plays at forward. Both are seniors coming out of college.

Presti and Dawkins took to the media to discuss the evaluation process, the summer league, the future for these new and returning players, and the status of Carmelo Anthony and Paul George.

Watch here for the full post-draft presser:

Part 1: Presti and Dawkins talk the Thunder draft picks, the evaluation structure of the draft, and the summer league.

Part 2: Presti and Dawkins talk Carmelo Anthony, Paul George, Andre Roberson and Jerami Grant.

 

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