That’s a question for the hobby as Oklahoma City guard Terrance Ferguson put on a show in his first career start Wednesday night against the Lakers — you know, the team with those other rookies who are hot in the hobby.
The 21st pick in this year’s NBA Draft is a 19-year-old without college experience, but it didn’t matter on the court as he scored a team-high 24 points in 33 minutes as part of a 133-96 drubbing of Los Angeles.
We all know why Oklahoma City’s Steven Adams was in the headlines after Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals (and, if not, it’s on heavy rotation on ESPN just tune in), but the New Zealand-born center just might be a guy on the team whose cardboard could be on the move if the Thunder can dethrone the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
He’s not Kevin Durant or Russell Westbrook. The third-year star and former 12th-overall draft pick has a good amount of cardboard available so, just for kicks, let’s take a look at some of his cards …