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OKC Thunder news: Chris Paul tells The Athletic that lone Thunder season is proudest one yet

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His prospects looked so dire that the Thunder were projected to be one of the worst teams in the NBA and many questioned just how Thunder GM Sam Presti would be able to trade Paul without giving up any assets attached to him.

Instead, as many know by now, Paul led the Thunder to a 44-28 record and pushed his former Rockets team to seven games in a first-round playoff series. The future Hall-of-Famer went to his first NBA Finals in 2021.

In Anthony Slater’s piece, Paul reminisces on his time with the Thunder when asked which of his 17 NBA seasons he was proudest of:

“That year I played in Oklahoma City is something I’ll never forget,” Paul said. As a bonus, the Thunder were able to not only trade Paul without giving up any draft asset – but they also gained picks back from the Suns.

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