But seriously, even if he didn't want to stay, there is no way OKC doesn't match an offer. He's too good of an asset to just let go. I just think he'd be a good fit to build with and eventually to contend with.
This draft is weak at the position. Kabongo and Teague will be good NBA players, but I'm not sold on their ability to be elite. And next years draft will have Boatright who has tons of potential but is a huge question mark, and Ian Miller, who I see as being solid, but not spectacular.
Not saying Westbrook is the only option, but it doesn't seem that we'll be able to draft the PG we want anywhere in the near future.