Kevin Durant averaged 4.6 assists last year nearly double what he averaged his rookie season. Part of that is natural with the trade of James Harden. Part of that is just the product of his natural progression as a player. But the fact remains that as Durant continues to evolve his touch and basketball IQ make it very possible he can become an excellent passer as well as arguably the elite scorer in the league.

In the Thunder's last preseason game Durant tallied 12 assists and the Oklahoman took the opportunity to explore just what Durant's playmaking role will be next season with the Thunder.