Northwest Notes: Sefolosha, Thunder, Jazz

Here’s tonight’s look at the Northwest Division as the BlazersThunder, and Jazz look for Monday night victories..

  • There’s no guarantee that Thabo Sefolosha will return to the Thunder next season, writes Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman.  Oklahoma City has never allowed a player like Sefolosha, a five-year fixture in the rotation, to get to free agency, but the defensively-minded guard could be the first.  The threat of the luxury tax looms large over OKC and they have a more pressing deal to try to get done with Reggie Jackson, a rising star who is eligible for an extension on July 1.  Sefolosha has previously stated his desire to remain with the Thunder.
  • How good is Jabari Parker?  One NBA assistant coach says the Duke star would be the best player on the Jazz today, writes Adam Zagoria of  While many have said that Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins is the undisputed top talent in the draft for months now, it appears that the tides have shifted in the last month or so with many execs saying that Parker or Julius Randle could be the first man off the board in June.
  • Thunder guard Derek Fisher says that he’ll leave nothing on the hardwood this season as it will definitely be his last, writes RealGM’s Shams Charania.  “It’s my last season, so I don’t have to worry about pacing myself for next season per say,” Fisher said.  “I’m trying to make sure that I’m ready every night for whatever the team needs me to do…it’s just about being a leader by example and continuing to show our guys that you help your team win by doing whatever it takes – not just things that show up on the stat sheet.
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