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The Clippers just showed the Warriors why they shouldn’t trade for Myles Turner

The Golden State Warriors can learn from what the Clippers did to the top-seeded Jazz. After the Clippers spread the Jazz out and dissected them, the Golden State Warriors should learn that having an elite rim-protector isn't necessary Gobert is an elite rim proctector. Despite not leading the league in blocks, the DPOY was dominant this past season.
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Minnesota Timberwolves: 3 issues with trading for Myles Turner

Last week, there was a report by a writer from the Indy Star that the Minnesota Timberwolves are, “…REALLY interested” in Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner, and on the surface, it’s easy to see why. Turner averaged a really solid 12.6 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.0 assists, and 0.9 steals per game while shooting 47.7 percent from the field and 33.5 percent from 3-point range. What’s more impressive is that Turner actually led the league in blocks per game this year with 3.4.
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Player Reviews: Goga Bitadze, Myles Turner, Domantas Sabonis

Providing a twist on the traditional nuts and bolts of end-of-season content, “The One” is a Pacers podcast series featuring one play, one number, and one over/under for every player on the roster that best summarizes or encapsulates that player’s season and/or future. For the second episode, Mark and Caitlin teamed up to react to each other’s picks for Goga Bitadze, Myles Turner, and Domantas Sabonis.

Pacers' Myles Turner Tweets About Not Making All-Defensive Team

The NBA released their All-Defensive teams on Monday, and Myles Turner (the NBA's leader in blocks) did not make one of the two teams. Turner Tweeted about the snub on Monday, and his Tweets can be seen in a post that is embedded below. In one of the Tweets he...

NY Knicks: Should NY trade for Myles Turner in offseason?

The NY Knicks reportedly are one of several teams that have their eyes on Myles Turner as we head into NBA free agency. According to J. Michael of The Indy Star, The Charlotte Hornets, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks have expressed interest in Turner for a significant amount of time. The Minnesota Timberwolves also have strong interest in Turner.
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Should the Indiana Pacers trade Myles Turner or Domantas Sabonis?

Which big man should the Indiana Pacers trade this offseason?. Rather than letting another head coach fail with a two-big lineup, the Indiana Pacers have to move on from the pairing of Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner. While the two are both incredibly valuable players for their own reasons, they have not formed an overwhelmingly powerful frontcourt.
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Myles Turner Tweets About Suns' Chris Paul

The Phoenix Suns beat the Denver Nuggets 125-118 in Game 4 on Sunday night to finish off the sweep. Chris Paul had 37-points and seven assists in the win, and Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers sent out a Tweet about Paul's unbelievable mid-range game. The Tweet from Turner can...
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Would Celtics executing Myles Turner trade with Pacers last offseason have put Boston in a better spot for future?

One of the decisions that helped shape the Celtics 2020 offseason was Danny Ainge’s decision not to pull the trigger on a potential sign-and-trade swap with the Indiana Pacers that would have sent Gordon Hayward out with Boston landing Myles Turner, a rotation player (multiple reports indicated it was Doug McDermott) and a first-round pick in exchange, per league sources. The Indianapolis Star confirmed this report as well.

Could Myles Turner be the Rudy Gobert for the Golden State Warriors?

The Golden State Warriors have the assets to make a trade for center Myler Turner a possibility, but should they make the move? The Indiana Pacers moved on from Victor Oladipo this past season. While there's no denying Turner is a different player and provides different value, he could be gone as well if they move more towards Caris LeVert and more long-term options.
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Myles Turner is a perfect fit with the Minnesota Timberwolves

The Minnesota Timberwolves are reportedly interested in acquiring Indiana Pacers big man Myles Turner. And they should be; Turner would be a perfect fit. It’s not obvious at first. After all, Turner has played almost exclusively at center over the course of his career. As it turns out, the Wolves have a pretty good center of their own.

Six teams reportedly interested in Pacers' Myles Turner

Indiana Pacers big man Myles Turner failed to make the playoffs for the first time in his six-year career this past season. Despite averages of 12.6 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3.4 blocks in 47 games played this season, the 25-year-old’s contributions were not enough to save head coach Nate Bjorkgren’s job.
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Hornets, Timberwolves ‘really interested’ in trade for Myles Turner

Myles Turner is surely available this offseason, with the Hornets and Timberwolves perhaps pushing to the top of the list of suitors. The Indiana Pacers acknowledged a mistake by firing head coach Nate Bjorkgren after just one season. They will have a new head coach, surely a more proven one, and the roster may experience some turnover. A prominent player who could be dealt, as rumor smoke begins to move toward action this offseason, is Myles Turner.