Apparently the Thunder are trying to move all the way up to get Beal, meaning Harden is definitely available.
Beal told ESPN.com Wednesday that Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti told him during an interview in Chicago that he was interested in trying to move up to draft him. The Thunder's first-round pick isn't until No. 28.To get Beal, the Thunder would undoubtedly have to move James Harden, the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year.Do you consider Henderson and #2 for Harden and #28? Or stay put, and let Washington potentially land Harden to pair with Wall?Charlotte also just acquired a shooting guard in Ben Gordon in a deal with Detroit, which could mean they may not need to make a move for another veteran wing.
This is going to be very interesting.