first_imgThe Thunder will be making a ton of picks for years to come.Oklahoma City completed its third major recent trade when it sent Russell Westbrook to the Rockets on Thursday in exchange for two future first-round selections, two pick swaps and Chris Paul, according to a report from ESPN. The Thunder then sent forward Jerami Grant to the Nuggets for another first-round pick.In total, Oklahoma City has added eight first-round picks this offseason and holds 15 over the next seven drafts.Here’s a complete list of the Thunder’s first-round picks from 2020-26Draft yearNo. of picksBreakdown (Protections)20202Own (1-20), Nuggets (1-10)20212Own, Heat (Swap rights with Rockets)20222Own (1-14), Clippers20232Own (Swap rights with Clippers), Heat (1-14)20243Own, Clippers, Rockets (1-4)20251Own (Swap rights with Clippers, Rockets)20263Own, Clippers, Rockets (1-4)Pick breakdown courtesy of HeatHoops.com I left out Thunder’s Jerami Grant deal with Denver: OKC has acquired EIGHT first-round picks since draft night: 2020: Denver (1-10), 2021: Miami; 2022: LAC; 2023: Miami (1-14), 2024: LAC; 2024: Houston (1-14); 2026: LAC; 2026: Houston (1-4).— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 12, 2019Westbrook was the second top-level player the Thunder sent away this summer. They moved Paul George ⁠— who finished third in the MVP voting in 2018-19 ⁠— to the Clippers and received five first-round selections, two pick swaps, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Danilo Gallinari in return.last_img