Sources: Thunder acquire No. 45 pick Hamidou Diallo in trade

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Thunder hope they have run into some more good luck in the second round.

Oklahoma City took Virginia's Devon Hall with the 53rd overall selection in the NBA draft on Thursday night and Texas-Arlington forward Kevin Hervey four picks later.

The team's night didn't end there, however. League sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that Oklahoma City acquired Kentucky redshirt freshman Hamidou Diallo from the Charlotte Hornets.

Brooklyn selected Diallo for Charlotte with the 45th pick. Thunder general manager Sam Presti said only that there was "potentially some stuff that happened tonight."

The deal cannot be done until July 6.

A 6-foot-5, 190-pound guard, Diallo, 19, averaged 10.0 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists for the Wildcats last season.

Hall, a 6-foot-5 guard, averaged 11.7 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game last season for the Cavaliers, who entered the NCAA tournament as the nation's No. 1-ranked team. The stout defensive player shot 43.2 percent from 3-point range last season. He was an All-ACC second team selection. The Thunder said they watched Hall at the Portsmouth Invitational and had him work out in Oklahoma City.

Hervey, a 6-foot-9 forward with a 7-3 wingspan, averaged 20.5 points and 8.5 rebounds per game last season and was a first-team All-Sun Belt selection. As a senior, he scored 24 points against Alabama and 24 points against Creighton. He fell two points short of the school's single-season scoring record.

As a junior, Hervey was the Sun Belt Player of the Year. He finished as the program's all-time rebounding leader and second in total points scored, field goals and field goal attempts. He set a program record for most career double-doubles.

"With Hervey, he's somebody that was asked to carry a lot of load," Thunder vice president Will Dawkins said. "Offensively, he's somebody who has some upside."

Thunder general manager Sam Presti liked the fact that both were four-year college players.

"Hall and Hervey are guys that, any time you're pick in the 50s, the main objective is to try to shift the odds and try to pick a player who can play in the NBA," Presti said.

They will join a team that has an uncertain future. The Thunder had high hopes last season after adding Paul George and Carmelo Anthony in trades to join Russell Westbrook, but the Thunder stumbled early, went 48-34 and lost in the first round of the playoffs. George has a player option on his deal and could leave this summer.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.