|July 10 11:22 AM PT12:22 PM MT1:22 PM CT2:22 PM ET18:22 GMT2:22 AM 北京时间11:22 AM MST1:22 PM EST22:22 UAE20:2214:22 ET1:22 PM CT17:22 - The Washington Wizards have added Maynor and re-signed Garrett Temple for backcourt depth behind John Wall and Bradley Beal.
Analysis: Maynor played 64 games with Oklahoma City and Portland last season, averaging 4.5 points and 2.8 assists.
|July 1 5:55 PM PT6:55 PM MT7:55 PM CT8:55 PM ET0:55 GMT8:55 AM 北京时间5:55 PM MST7:55 PM EST4:55 UAE (+1)02:5520:55 ET7:55 PM CT23:55 - A person with knowledge of the deal says Eric Maynor has agreed to a contract with the Washington Wizards. Maynor will serve as the backup point guard behind John Wall. Maynor's deal was confirmed a person speaking on condition of anonymity because NBA free agent deals can't be signed or announced until July 10.
Analysis: Maynor also confirmed the news on his Twitter account, saying he appreciated all the love and support and was "excited to be signing" with the Wizards. Maynor averaged 4.5 points with Oklahoma City and Portland last season. He became an unrestricted free agent after the Trail Blazers chose not to extend him a qualifying offer.
|Mar. 3 10:00 PM PT11:00 PM MT12:00 AM CT1:00 AM ET6:00 GMT2:00 PM 北京时间11:00 PM MST1:00 AM EST10:00 UAE07:001:00 ET12:00 AM CT5:00 - Maynor, picked up recently from Oklahoma City, had a career-high 12 assists for Portland in Saturday's 109-96 win over the Wolves.
Analysis: Maynor's 31 minutes were more than he played in his first two games with the Blazers.
|Feb. 21 2:52 PM PT3:52 PM MT4:52 PM CT5:52 PM ET22:52 GMT6:52 AM 北京时间3:52 PM MST5:52 PM EST2:52 UAE (+1)23:5217:52 ET4:52 PM CT21:52 - The Oklahoma City Thunder unloaded free-agent-to-be Maynor in a trade deadline deal with Portland on Thursday, picking up a trade exception and the rights to Greek forward Georgios Printezis.
Analysis: Maynor had been a reliable backup for All-Star point guard Russell Westbrook over his first two seasons in Oklahoma City, ranking among the top 10 in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio. He missed almost all of last season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee, but regained his spot in the Thunder rotation during training camp before getting replaced by second-year guard Reggie Jackson in mid-December.