2023 March Madness: Where each OKC Thunder player attended college

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is set to start this week, which means 68 college teams will have a chance to win the national championship, which is set to be played on April 3.

13 of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s 17 players on the roster attended college.

The four players who didn’t are Josh Giddey (Australia’s NBL), Ousmane Dieng (Australia’s NBL), Aleksej Pokusevski (Serbia) and Dario Saric (Croatia).

Only eight of the 13 Thunder players will have their school represented in the tournament — which means the remaining five won’t have a rooting interest during the event.

To celebrate March Madness, let’s take a look at where the 13 Thunder players attended college.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander: Kentucky

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Chet Holmgren: Gonzaga

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Jalen Williams: Santa Clara

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Lu Dort: Arizona State

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Kenrich Williams: TCU

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Jaylin Williams: Arkansas

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Isaiah Joe: Arkansas

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Aaron Wiggins: Maryland

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Tre Mann: Florida

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Jeremiah Robinson-Earl: Villanova

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Lindy Waters III: Oklahoma State

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Olivier Sarr (two-way): Kentucky

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Jared Butler (two-way): Baylor

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Story originally appeared on Thunder Wire