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2022 Draft Prospect and former Baylor guard Kendall Brown talks Thunder interview, potential fit

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Baylor guard Kendall Brown revealed during the 2022 NBA draft combine that he has interviewed — not worked out, not yet at least — with the Oklahoma City Thunder, per Black Sports Online’s Daniel Bell.

The Thunder continue to interview and workout with draft prospects as the team does its homework for the 2022 NBA draft, which will be held on June 23. The Thunder own the second, 12th, 30th and 34th overall picks.

Brown also spoke about the possibility of playing with Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Josh Giddey and Lu Dort and said that he’s definitely excited about the thought of playing with them as an off-ball threat.

“Those are great players. I can see myself moving without the ball and playing in transition wherever they have me at,” said Brown. “I feel like I can fit in.”

Brown spent his lone season at Baylor this past year, where he averaged 9.7 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists on 58.4 percent shooting in 34 games. Brown is currently projected to go around the late first round to second round area, where the Thunder own two picks at with 30 and 34.

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