“Tell your grandma to DM me” Josh Giddey doesn’t wear a shirt just to impress OKC teammate’s grandma » FirstSportz

Josh Giddey and Tre Mann from OKC
Josh Giddey and Tre Mann from OKC

After an impressive 2021/22 season Josh Giddey looked on a mission to get himself in the best possible shape for his team. The 19-year-old has missed a significant part of the 2021-22 season through injury and it seems he’s barely walking now. After working hard on his physique, Giddey decided to strike a stylish pose next to a shirtless pool. His OKC fellow players, Tre man Giddey told him to “relax” because his grandma was on the app. But Giddey also took the opportunity to poke fun at Tre when he viciously clapped back by suggesting Mann’s granny should go and slip into his DM.

While it was a clear expression of how hard he’s been working on his body, Giddey also has a very witty mind. It’s just one of the funniest exchanges on Twitter this summer. Giddey and the team are gearing up for the upcoming season with some great additions. In his rookie year, the Australian averaged 12.5 points, 7.8 rebounds and 6.4 assists per game. No wonder the thunder is so high from this young man.

Josh Giddey, Chet Holmgren and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander make up an exciting young core for OKC

Josh Giddey, Chet Holmgren at OKC
Josh Giddey, Chet Holmgren at OKC

The Oklahoma City Thunders finished 14th in the West last season with a 24-58 record. The young recovery team looked disheartened by the end of the season. But there were ups and downs in the second year of their rebuild as the young players continued to improve in the squad.

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The Thunder entered the season with more benchmarks than expected. Loaded with 10 prospects aged 23 or under, Mark Daigneault’s crew had been criticized early on for their general inexperience and lack of a stable center. Featuring Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, returning from a long-term injury, and No. However, 6 pick Josh Giddey, set to log NBA minutes, had several potential storylines available. And then they managed to draft one of the most exciting talents in the 2022 draft pool – Chet Holmgren.

The Gonzaga youngster filled the exact position OKC wanted to fill. Now they have a versatile 7-footer capable of operating in the paint and even on the track. He would give the mid-range shooting team some options on the edge and also around the 3-point area.

Since SGA carries the offensive burden for OKC, he would appreciate some help with the guard and forward staff. SGA averaged 25 points per game last season, while Giddey averaged exactly half of those points over 50 games.

But the addition of Holmgren would change the style of play and scoring chances for the Oklahoma City Thunders. Experts are also very excited about the newly formed young team with Holmgren. The young team looks solid and exciting but may need to gain some experience to make a strong claim for the Larry O’Brien Trophy.

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