With Collison and Wilcox both inside and Durant being one of the tallest guards this year, I am sure he will have the opportunities to average close to 4 assists. Again, this is my own analysis.
Of course he will take some time to adjust to the next level, but talented people have a tendency to produce even while learning. The advantage here, that unlike LeBrons first two months in the league, where he was uncertain of his role and just sat on the perimeter due to a coaches normal reaction to play to the vets, Durant's team is young and he will be an integral part of the team from the get-go.
Pre-season stats are totally irrelevant when gaging potential, as players are moved around and coaches are looking for various combos.
Still, I respect everyones opinions and you may be right in stating yours.
Thank you for your input.