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February 21, 2013 Updates
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Backup PG Eric Maynor is getting interest with the trade deadline approaching, a source said. After returning from a knee surgery, Maynor has lost his backup PG job to Reggie Jackson. Yahoo! Sports

Chris Broussard: OKC aggressively shopping PG Eric Maynor. Asking price is high. Phoenix looking to move Sebastian Telfair to clear PT for Kendall Marshall. Twitter @Chris_Broussard

February 12, 2013 Updates
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Marc J. Spears: Thunder has been getting numerous inquiries about guard Eric Maynor, sources tell Y! Sports. OKC inclined to keep Maynor but is open-minded. Twitter @SpearsNBAYahoo

January 11, 2013 Updates

Maynor has appeared in only five of the past 10 contests, and the majority of those sparse minutes have come in mop-up duty. But rather than agreeing to a D-League assignment simply for playing purposes as he continues to regain his rhythm from last year's devastating knee injury that cost him the final 57 games and the entire playoffs, Maynor said he prefers to remain on the Thunder roster. “No,” Maynor said emphatically, repeating it two additional times, when asked if he had any desire for a D-League assignment to the Tulsa 66ers. “I get good court work in every day so I'm going to be straight whenever the opportunity comes back around.” Oklahoman

January 8, 2013 Updates

John Mitchell: According to a source with the knowledge of the situation, the Sixers explored a trade for OKC guard Eric Maynor. Twitter @JmitchInquirer

November 16, 2012 Updates

Brooks is in the process of plotting that transformation, and he has a plan that could work. It’s an adjustment that has the potential to bring more balance to the bench unit while establishing additional harmony in the star-studded first string. The idea is to sub out Kevin Durant earlier. It’s a strategy Brooks told me following practice today that the coaching staff began kicking around earlier in the day. By sitting Durant earlier, the Thunder can accomplish three things: most importantly a more sensible rotation that relies less on only Eric Maynor and Kevin Martin to create, secondly, an opportunity for Westbrook to run as wild as his heart desires for longer stretches and, lastly, more rest for Durant. Oklahoman

November 4, 2012 Updates

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