Meet a new Wizard: Eric Maynor
Eric Maynor first made headlines in college playing for Virginia Commonwealth.
Maynor and VCU took down the famed Duke Blue Devils in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in 2007. Maynor became the first ever VCU player to be drafted in the first round.
Maynor finds a home in Oklahoma.
Playing with a young, talented Oklahoma City Thunder team, Maynor found a good spot as the backup to Russell Westbrook and teammate of Kevin Durant.
Maynor, Thunder experience success.
Maynor became a key cog for the Thunder. Though he was drafted by the Utah Jazz, Maynor played his best years in OKC.
Injury changes Maynor's career.
In January of 2012, Maynor tore his ACL in his right knee. After the injury, Maynor would be traded to the Portland Trail Blazers.
Maynor makes the move to Portland.
Working his way back from injury, Maynor makes his debut with the Trail Blazers in 2013.
Maynor scoring in Portland.
Playing 27 games with the Blazers, Maynor averages a career-best 6.9 points per game to go along with four assists per game.