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The Celtics are finalizing a deal for free agent Evan Turner , according to Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald. Turner, the second overall pick back in 2010, averaged a career high 14
The Celtics have expressed interest in free agent swingman Evan Tuner , according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman . Evan Turner has received interest from Boston and Minnesota, a source told ESPN. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) July 14, 2014
t matchup well here at all. In the past they have used Wade to guard Rondo in much the same way the Sixers used Evan Turner : put a taller, athletic player in his way and dare him to make jump shots. Rondo has seen every conceivable defense
throughout the second half as the Sixers simply spaced the floor and allowed their penetrating guards – Jrue Holiday, Evan Turner and Lou Williams – to attack the basket at will. “Their penetration, their ISOs without Avery on the floor, and they were
made great use of a lineup that featured Young and Lavoy Allen up front, with Andre Iguodala , Lou Williams and either Evan Turner or Jrue Holiday. Young’s offensive rebounding was a major catalyst in Philly’s comeback when he grabbed five in the fourth
out. By the time he came back in the fourth quarter, they were down by one. Bradley had been doing a marvelous job on Evan Turner and the Celtics clearly missed his athleticism and speed as the game began to change from Boston’s methodical pace to Philadelphia
like it better,” Rondo said. “I don’t think they did.” After a hot start, the Sixers shot 41 percent. Evan Turner made only one of his 10 shots and the pick and pops from Philly’s big men were a non-factor. The Celtics outscored
where he’s at as far as his desire to coach.” – Pacers guard Lance Stephenson admitted that he and teammates Evan Turner had a “little scuffle” prior to Game 1 of Indiana’s series vs. the Hawks, although he denied a report that punches
positive — on both sides of the ball, as Bradley and Rondo also helped keep Michael Carter-Williams (11 points) and Evan Turner (12 points) in check. Green thumbs up : Likewise, Green showed signs of the uber-athletic potential everyone imagined
before Hamilton product Michael Carter-Williams finally made one to tie the game at 92-92 in the final minute — but Evan Turner ‘s running layup at the buzzer negated a Kris Humphries jumper and put an end to a 95-94 Philadelphia victory that
basket for a layup once every 7.8 minutes. Defensively, for example, opposing shooting guards like Dwyane Wade and Evan Turner shot 33 percent against Bradley and better than 50 percent when he sat on the bench. Additionally, Bradley
But the Sixers finally woke up offensively and went on a 13-0 run to cut the lead down to eight, 65-57, on an Evan Turner floater in the lane with 1:17 left in the quarter. But Garnett, who came out with seven minutes left in the quarter
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