• In 81 games (55 with the Thunder, which acquired him in a Dec. 22 trade with Utah), Maynor averaged 4.7 points, 3.3 assists and 1.6 rebounds.

  • The Thunder went 37-18 in the 55 games since it acquired Maynor.

  • Maynor recorded two points and five assists in his Thunder debut in a Dec. 23 win over Phoenix.

  • Maynor's 3.3 assists ranked seventh among rookies this season.

  • Maynor scored 10 or more points five times with the Thunder.

  • Maynor led the Thunder in assists on five occasions this season.

  • Maynor tied a career-high 11 assists in the Thunder's 121-101 March 21 loss to Indiana.

  • Maynor did not commit a turnover in 15 games for the Thunder this season, including three in a row in late December.

  • In three games against Memphis, Maynor averaged 11.0 points, 7.0 assists, 4.3 rebounds and shot 50 percent from the field.

  • Maynor saw his assists-per-game average rise over the last three months of the regular season from 2.8 assists in February to 3.9 in March to 4.5 in April. His points-per-game average also increased in those months, from 2.7 points to 4.8 to 6.2.

Eric Maynor joined the Thunder on Dec. 23, 2009, when Oklahoma City acquired the rookie guard from the Utah Jazz in exchange for the rights to German center Peter Frehse.

Maynor was the No. 20 pick of the 2009 NBA Draft, and has been a point guard throughout his basketball career.

Maynor learned the game from his father, George Maynor, who starred at East Carolina University and was a draft pick of the Chicago Bulls despite never playing an NBA game.

Maynor, a Raeford, North Carolina native, starred for four seasons at Virginia Commonwealth University, where he became a two-time Colonial Athletic Conference Player of the Year and an Honorable Mention All-American.

Maynor’s signature moment came in a first-round NCAA Tournament game against Duke in 2007, when the 6-3 guard hit the game-winning shot against the Blue Devils with less than two seconds remaining to give VCU the upset victory.

Maynor had already known some Thunder players prior to joining the team. He played alongside D.J. White and Kyle Weaver during the 2007 Pan American Games and shares a mutual friend with Kevin Durant. Maynor also knew fellow rookie James Harden. The two spent Christmas Day together.