The only place I've really seen this is the Grantland guys (Simmons, Lowe, Rose). I don't see OKC being unwilling to spend at all. They have plenty of money in their leadership team and they have great attendance and support since are the only game in town (and a town with a surprising amount of income due to ongoing oil revenue). The thing with Harden went down poorly, but Presti was trying to instill the San Antonio model, Harden's agent got antsy, and they ended up with a deal that neither Harden nor the Thunder wanted--but Morey sure as hell did. No way they let Durant go, and no way Westbrook leaves if Durant re-ups. What their management needs to prove now is that they can acquire a third guy, or develop one within the organization, to complement those guys. Ibaka is great defensively and has expanded his game offensively, but is he really a third option? That will have to be a part of the pitch to Durant in 16 and Westbrook in 17.