Eric Maynor has been in the spotlight for a few years now: first it was at Virginia Commonwealth University and then onto the NBA with two teams, the Utah Jazz and then the Oklahoma City Thunder. He was, of course, a star as a high school kid.
I've put together a few photos of him as he's aged: he doesn't appear old to most of us, but maybe his family thinks he does. He's only 25 and he's in his fourth NBA season; last year might have been his last since he tore up his knee in a game in January of 2012. He had his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repaired and he underwent major rehab, but he has returned.
This year he's getting 10.6 minutes a game, slightly less minutes than last year. He's on a team that really throws some points on the scoreboard; the Oklahoma City Thunder had a 3-game stretch in early February this year (2013) where they averaged 114 points while giving up 88.
Eric Maynor, though he has played limited minutes, is still handing out assists in his time on the court. He's also a ball-hawking defender and opponents can't be casual around him because he's wiley and will pick the ball out of your hands...
This 2012-13 Thunder team is awesome: they're outscoring their opponents by close to 10 points a game (106.4 to 96.8); three of their starters are shooting over 40 % from three-point distance. This is an exciting team to watch...the hyperlink above is from the Thunder's site and it's where I got my stats from.