With the Oklahoma City Thunder being one of the worst teams in the league, record-wise, lineup data is pretty rough to comb through. The Thunder had the fourth-worst net rating overall in the regular season at -8.0 per 100 possessions. Which is not surprising considering the team is one of the youngest in the league and in a rebuilding situation.
In terms of two-man lineup data, the team only had 21 lineups that had a positive net rating and played at least 150 minutes together. Let’s take a look at each of them and how many minutes both players played together on the court this season.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander & Ty Jerome
22.4 net rating in 181 minutes.
Mike Muscala & Kenrich Williams
12.6 net rating in 316 minutes.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander & Kenrich Williams
10.8 net rating in 388 minutes.
Mike Muscala & Ty Jerome
6.8 net rating in 216 minutes.
Aleksej Pokusevski & Olivier Sarr
5.9 net rating in 174 minutes.
Kenrich Williams & Lu Dort
5.5 net rating in 397 minutes.
Lu Dort & Ty Jerome
5.1 net rating in 256 minutes.
Kenrich Williams & Aaron Wiggins
5.1 net rating in 189 minutes.
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander & Mike Muscala
4.7 net rating in 327 minutes.
Josh Giddey & Mike Muscala
4.0 net rating in 259 minutes.
Aleksej Pokusevski & Lindy Waters III
3.9 net rating in 223 minutes.
Ty Jerome & Aaron Wiggins
3.9 net rating in 201 minutes.
Kenrich Williams & Tre Mann
3.7 net rating in 363 minutes.
Theo Maledon & Aleksej Pokusevski
3.3 net rating in 472 minutes.
Kenrich Williams & Darius Bazley
3.2 net rating in 401 minutes.
Kenrich Williams & Jeremiah Robinson-Earl
2.8 net rating in 218 minutes.
Josh Giddey & Kenrich Williams
2.3 net rating in 453 minutes.
Aleksej Pokusevski & Vit Krejci
2.1 net rating in 307 minutes.
Lu Dort & Mike Muscala
1.7 net rating in 332 minutes.
Darius Bazley & Mike Muscala
1.3 net rating in 206 minutes.
Josh Giddey & Ty Jerome
0.6 net rating in 257 minutes.