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5 Tricks OKC Thunder's Jeremy Lamb Should Learn from Kevin Durant

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5 Tricks OKC Thunder's Jeremy Lamb Should Learn from Kevin Durant
Kevin Durant is one of the best players in the game, but he'll need to become a teacher for Jeremy Lamb.

Kevin Durant is the leader of the Oklahoma City Thunder, despite the fact he will be just 25 years of age when the 2013-14 NBA season begins.

He’s already the on-court leader for the Thunder, but he’ll need to step up to the plate as an off-court mentor for the younger players on the roster as well.

To make its championship dreams a reality, Oklahoma City is counting on the rapid development of some of its young talent. None of those players are more crucial to the success of the team than Jeremy Lamb.

Lamb will be counted on to provide an offensive punch off the bench to replace Kevin Martin, but Oklahoma City’s depth will be severely compromised if Lamb can’t deliver the goods.

He’s a lanky wing with long arms and natural scoring instincts. Sound familiar? It should. His game bears some similarities to Durant. If Lamb is going to contribute to the team in the upcoming season, he could stand to learn a few things from his teammate.

Here are five of Kevin Durant's signature moves that Lamb should try to incorporate into his game.

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