We’ve discussed how the Pacers seem open to business with the intention of starting to rebuild. One of the names, along with the aforementioned Sabonis, that continue to appear in commercial rumors is Myles Turner.
Turner is a rare big man in that he is an elite interceptor who can also take out three people to a respectable extent, which would make him a hot commodity in the market. commercial School.
There have been three teams tied to Turner this week, two of which came from a report courtesy of Agness: Lakers and Charlotte Hornets. Agness went on to say that as of now, Turner hasn’t been over-shopped by the Pacers, though that could change.
The third team to show up as potential Turner suitors are the New York Knicks, based on SportsNet New York. With the Knicks struggling this season, trying to get a game-changing big man to combine with Julius Randle will make a lot of sense.
Finally, unlike Sabonis, Turner told some not satisfied with his place with the Pacers, tell The Athletic that he doesn’t feel more valued than an Indiana rotating player:
While Turner enjoyed every component of what he was looking for Wednesday night, the struggle to locate the crime scene continued to leave him increasingly frustrated with his situation in Indiana. “Obviously I’m not overrated as a celebrated player here, and I wanted something more, more opportunities,” Turner told The Athletic on Tuesday. “I’m trying really hard to make the role I’ve been assigned here effective and find ways to maximize it. I’ve been trying for the last two, three seasons. But it was clear to me that, based solely on wise numbers, I was not valued more than a rotating role, and I valued myself more than that. ”
We’ll see how things play out for Turner, but for now, out of all the names listed in this section, it looks like this big Pacers could be a player that is likely to be traded. highest among the five.
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