2010 NBA Season: New Expectations for Thunder’s Key Players

July 3rd, 2010 by Casey Womack Leave a reply »
Coming in to the 2009 NBA season, the Thunder had relatively low expectations. Not a lot of people would have thought the Thunder would have won 35 games, let alone 50. Russell Westbrook was under some fire about whether or not he is a true point guard. We weren't considered to be deep at all at the guard spot and had no decent big man, unless you're a fan of Nenad Krstic. This year, things couldn't be more different. Kevin Durant comes off the season being the youngest person in league history to be the scoring champion. Westbrook can now be devastating and we now have discovered a monster named Serge Ibaka. Eric Maynor is considered one of the best back up guards in the league being a fantastic facilitator. Even Nick Collison led the league last season in charges taken which was a fantastic surprise. So what about the 2010 season? What can we expect from the starting line up to the key players off the bench? I've got you covered. Take a look. Follow me on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/caseywomackBegin Slideshow


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