The Oklahoma City Thunder added to more players to a potential NBA Finals roster Thursday night.
The Thunder began by selecting 19-year-old Steven Adams with the No. 12 pick in the NBA Draft.
Adams, a New Zealand native who played one year at the University of Pittsburgh, is expected to come into Oklahoma City as one of the team's biggest players. At 7 feet tall and 255 pounds, Steven Adams recorded a 7'5" wingspan and a 9'2" reach.
MORE: Steven Adams NBA profile (http://bit.ly/Adamsmetrics)
Oklahoma City's pick came from the Toronto Raptors via the Houston Rockets in a trade that sent hometown favorite James Harden and Cole Aldrich prior to last season.
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Armed with the 29th pick, Oklahoma City general manager Sam Presti went to work to trade up, ultimately trading for the 26th overall selection, Colorado forward Andre Roberson.
The 6'7 Roberson scored nearly 11 points per game during his junior season, but it was his 11.2 rebounds per game that most likely caught the eye of the Thunder front office.
MORE: Andre Roberson NBA profile (http://bit.ly/Robersonmetrics)
Like all NBA draft-day trades, the transaction won't become official until reviewed by the league.