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The Myles High Club: Every player Myles Turner has blocked

This list will be constantly updated after every Pacers game to show the most recent members list of the Myles High Club (every player Myles Turner has blocked so far). It’s an elite and exclusive group filled with All-Stars, MVPs, and even some of his teammates. If you click on the date, it will take you to the video of first time Myles Turner blocked that player.

Currently updated through 3/21/2021

Myles High Club Members Date Joined (Total times Blocked)
1. JaMychal Green 10/29/2015 (2)
2. Trey Burke 10/31/2015 (2)
3. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope 11/3/2015 (4)
4. Reggie Jackson 11/3/2015 (6)
5. Kelly Olynyk 11/4/2015 (2)
6. Timofey Mozgov 11/8/2015
7. Tony Snell 12/30/2015 (4)
8. Aaron Brooks 12/30/2015 (3)
9. Brandon Jennings 1/2/2016 (2)
10. Andre Drummond 1/2/2016 (19)
11. Shabazz Napier 1/6/2016
12. Norris Cole 1/8/2016
13. James Harden 1/10/2016 (13)
14. Emmanuel Mudiay 1/17/2016 (3)
15. Joffrey Lauvergne 1/17/2016
16. Brandon Knight 1/19/2016
17. Mirza Teletovic 1/19/2016
18. Tyson Chandler 1/19/2016
19. Archie Goodwin 1/19/2016
20. Harrison Barnes 1/22/2016 (5)
21. Shaun Livingston 1/22/2016
22. Rajon Rondo 1/23/2016 (5)
23. Darren Collison 1/23/2016 (2)
24. James Anderson 1/23/2016
25. DeMarcus Cousins 1/23/2016 (7)
26. Chris Paul 1/26/2016
27. Dennis Schroder 1/28/2016 (7)
28. Kenneth Faried 1/30/2016 (2)
29. Danilo Gallinari 1/30/2016 (2)
30. Gary Harris 1/30/2016 (3)
31. LeBron James 2/1/2016 (10)
32. Matthew Dellavedova 2/1/2016
33. Thaddeus Young 2/3/2016 (4)
34. Thabo Sefolosha 2/5/2016 (2)
35. Russell Westbrook 2/19/2016 (5)
36. Enes Kanter 2/19/2016 (8)
37. Kevin Durant 2/19/2016 (2)
38. Victor Oladipo 2/21/2016 (3)
39. Nikola Vucevic 2/21/2016 (4)
40. Aaron Gordon 2/21/2016 (5)
41. Luol Deng 2/22/2016
42. Amare Stoudemire 2/22/2016
43. Damian Lillard 2/28/2016 (5)
44. Kevin Love 2/29/2016 (5)
45. Iman Shumpert 2/29/2016 (2)
46. Jabari Parker 3/2/2016 (6)
47. Jeremy Lin 3/4/2016 (4)
48. Danny Green 3/7/2016
49. Tony Parker 3/7/2016
50. Chandler Parsons 3/12/2016 (2)
51. Paul Millsap 3/13/2016 (2)
52. Amir Johnson 3/15/2016 (2)
53. Jerami Grant 3/21/2016 (4)
54. Hollis Thompson 3/21/2016
55. Omer Asik 3/24/2016
56. Tim Frazier 3/24/2016
57. Luke Babbit 3/24/2016
58. Brook Lopez 3/26/2016 (5)
59. Clint Capela 3/27/2016 (4)
60. Nik Stauskas 4/2/2016 (2)
61. Jerian Grant 4/3/2016 (3)
62. Jonas Valanciunas 4/8/2016 (6)
63. Norman Powell 4/8/2016 (6)
64. Chris McCullough 4/10/2016
65. Bojan Bogdanovic 4/10/2016 (5)
66. DeMar DeRozan 4/16/2016 Playoffs (16)
67. Luis Scola 4/16/2016 Playoffs (2)
68. Bismack Biyombo 4/18/2016 Playoffs (10)
69. Kyle Lowry 4/21/2016 Playoffs (4)
70. Patrick Patterson 4/26/2016 Playoffs (3)
71. DeMarre Carroll 4/29/2016 Playoffs (4)
2016-17 First Date Blocked (How many times blocked ever)
72. Deron Williams 10/26/2016
73. J.J. Barea 10/26/2016 (2)
74. Trevor Booker 10/28/2016 (4)
75. Sean Kilpatrick 10/28/2016 (2)
76. Robin Lopez 10/29/2016 (6)
77. Dwyane Wade 10/29/2016 (3)
78. Tarik Black 11/1/2016
79. D’Angelo Russell 11/1/2016
80. Taj Gibson 11/5/2016 (4)
81. Marvin Williams 11/7/2016 (2)
82. Kemba Walker 11/7/2016 (8)
83. Dario Saric 11/9/2016 (7)
84. Robert Covington 11/9/2016 (3)
85. Gerald Henderson 11/11/2016 (2)
86. Isaiah Thomas 11/12/2016 (3)
87. Jonas Jerebko 11/12/2016
88. Tristan Thompson 11/16/2016 (6)
89. Richard Jefferson 11/16/2016
90. Kyrie Irving 11/16/2016 (5)
91. Jared Dudley 11/18/2016
92. Devin Booker 11/18/2016 (4)
93. Steven Adams 11/20/2016 (4)
94. Tim Hardaway Jr. 11/23/2016 (4)
95. Dwight Howard 11/23/2016 (5)
96. Austin Rivers 11/27/2016
97. Maurice Harkless 11/30/2016
98. Blake Griffin 12/4/2016 (4)
99. Klay Thompson 12/5/2016 (2)
100. Zaza Pachulia 12/5/2016
101. P.J. Tucker 12/7/2016
102. Alex Len 12/7/2016 (4)
103. Dorian Finney-Smith 12/9/2016 (2)
104. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist 12/12/2016 (5)
105. James Johnson 12/14/2016 (2)
106. Goran Dragic 12/14/2016 (6)
107. Tyler Johnson 12/14/2016
108. Markieff Morris 12/19/2016 (3)
109. Kelly Oubre, Jr. 12/19/2016 (8)
110. Otto Porter, Jr. 12/19/2016 (3)
111. John Wall 12/19/2016 (6)
112. Kristaps Porzingis 12/20/2016 (4)
113. Carmelo Anthony 12/20/2016 (3)
114. Joakim Noah 12/20/2016
115. Derrick Rose 12/20/2016 (2)
116. Jaylen Brown 12/22/2016 (7)
117. Bradley Beal 12/28/2016 (4)
118. Michael Carter-Williams 12/30/2016
119. Marcus Morris 1/3/2017 (4)
120. Terrence Jones 1/16/2017
121. Jrue Holiday 1/16/2017 (3)
122. Solomon Hill 1/16/2017 (2)
123. Donatas Motiejunas 1/16/2017
124. Brandon Ingram 1/21/2017 (4)
125. Justin Holiday 1/23/2017 (5)
126. Zach LaVine 1/26/2017 (9)
127. Andrew Wiggins 1/26/2017 (7)
128. Ryan Anderson 1/29/2017
129. Eric Gordon 1/29/2017 (4)
130. Elfrid Payton 2/1/2017 (4)
131. Isaiah Whitehead 2/3/2017
132. Giannis Antetokounmpo 2/11/2017 (12)
133. Vince Carter 2/24/2017
134. Dion Waiters 2/25/2017 (2)
135. Lou Williams 2/28/2017 (2)
136. Cody Zeller 3/6/2017 (10)
137. Jason Terry 3/10/2017
138. Greg Monroe 3/10/2017
139. Josh Richardson 3/12/2017 (3)
140. Courtney Lee 3/14/2017
141. Willy Hernangomez 3/14/2017 (2)
142. Gordon Hayward 3/20/2017 (2)
143. Joe Johnson 3/20/2017
144. Rudy Gobert 3/20/2017 (5)
145. George Hill 3/20/2017 (3)
146. Al Horford 3/22/2017 (3)
147. Will Barton 3/24/2017 (6)
148. Nikola Jokic 3/24/2017 (5)
149. Wilson Chandler 3/24/2017
150. Gorgui Dieng 3/28/2017 (2)
151. Tony Allen 3/29/2017
152. Tiago Splitter 4/10/2017
153. Richaun Holmes 4/10/2017 (4)
154. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot 4/10/2017
155. Kris Humphries 4/12/2017 (2)
156. DeAndre Bembry 4/12/2017 (2)
157. Ryan Kelly 4/12/2017 (2)
158. Malcolm Delaney 4/12/2017
2017-18 First Date Blocked (How many times blocked ever)
159. Caris LeVert 10/18/2017 (2)
160. Jerryd Bayless 11/3/2017
161. Joel Embiid 11/3/2017 (5)
162. J.J. Redick 11/3/2017
163. E’Twaun Moore 11/7/2017
164. Eric Moreland 11/8/2017
165. Denzel Valentine 11/10/2017 (3)
166. Bobby Portis 11/10/2017
167. Luc Mbah a Moute 11/12/2017
168. Marc Gasol 11/15/2017 (5)
169. Tyreke Evans 11/15/2017
170. Brandan Wright 11/15/2017
171. Tobias Harris 11/17/2017 (5)
172. Avery Bradley 11/17/2017
173. Hassan Whiteside 11/19/2017 (3)
174. Evan Fournier 11/20/2017 (4)
175. Jonathon Simmons 11/20/2017 (2)
176. Serge Ibaka 11/25/2017 (3)
177. Abdel Nadaer 11/26/2017
178. Kris Dunn 12/7/2017 (2)
179. Channing Frye 12/9/2017
180. Tyler Zeller 12/17/2017 (2)
181. Rondae Hollis-Jefferson 12/17/2017 (2)
182. Joe Harris 12/23/2017
183. Jarrett Allen 12/23/2017 (2)
184. Spencer Dinwiddie 12/23/2017 (3)
185. Dwight Powell 12/27/2017 (2)
186. Dennis Smith 12/27/2017 (2)
187. Lauri Markkanen 12/29/2017 (4)
188. Tyus Jones 12/31/2017
189. Jimmy Butler 12/31/2017 (8)
190. Eric Bledsoe 1/8/2018 (4)
191. John Henson 1/8/2018
192. Dillon Brooks 1/31/2018 (2)
193. Jeremy Lamb 2/2/2018
194. Jayson Tatum 2/9/2018 (8)
195. Donovan Mitchell 3/7/2018 (2)
196. Derrick Favors 3/7/2018
197. Jaylen Morris 3/9/2018
198. Aron Baynes 3/11/2018 (5)
199. Julius Randle 3/19/2018 (7)
200. Emeka Okafor 3/21/2018 (2)
201. Bam Adebayo 3/25/2018 (9)
202. Jordan Bell 3/27/2018
203. Quinn Cook 3/27/2018
204. Skal Labissieri 3/29/2018
205. Willie Cauley-Stein 3/29/2018 (4)
206. Deandre Jordan 4/1/2018
207. O.G. Anunoby 4/6/2018 (4)
208. Larry Nance Jr. 4/15/2018 (Playoffs) (2)
209. Jordan Clarkson 4/25/2018 (Playoffs)
2018-19 First Date Blocked (How many times blocked ever)
210. Ed Davis 10/20/2018
211. LaMarcus Aldridge 10/24/2018
212. Cedi Osman 10/27/2018 (2)
213. Jake Layman 10/29/2018
214. CJ McCollum 10/29/2018 (2)
215. Cristiano Felicio 11/2/2018
216. Wendell Carter Jr. 11/2/2018 (3)
217. Antonio Blakeney 11/2/2018
218. James Ennis III 11/5/2018 (2)
219. Ben Simmons 11/7/2018 (4)
220. Justice Winslow 11/9/2018 (4)
221. Kevin Huerter 11/17/2018
222. Kent Bazemore 11/17/2018
223. Jae Crowder 11/19/2018 (5)
224. Frank Kaminsky 11/21/2018 (2)
225. Royce O’Neale 11/26/2018
226. Trevor Ariza 11/27/2018 (3)
227. DeAndre Ayton 11/27/2018 (7)
228. T.J. Warren 11/27/2018 (2)
229. De’Aaron Fox 12/1/2018 (2)
230. Jonathan Isaac 12/7/2018
231. Buddy Hield 12/8/2018
232. Thomas Bryant 12/10/2018 (2)
233. Malcolm Brogdon 12/12/2018
234. Ersan Ilyasova 12/12/2018 (2)
235. Furkan Korkmaz 12/14/2018
236. Ante Zizic 12/18/2018 (2)
237. Alec Burks 12/18/2018 (5)
238. Fred VanVleet 12/19/2018 (3)
239. Pascal Siakam 12/19/2018 (4)
240. Lorenzo Brown 12/19/2018
241. Rodions Kurucs 12/21/2018 (5)
242. Jeff Green 12/23/2018 (2)
243. Tomas Satoranksy 12/23/2018 (3)
244. Trae Young 12/26/2018
245. John Collins 12/31/2018 (2)
246. Luka Doncic 1/15/2019 (2)
247. Jaren Jackson Jr. 1/26/2019
248. Jahlil Okafor 2/4/2019
249. Kenrich Williams 2/4/2019
250. Cheick Diallo 2/4/2019
251. Ivica Zubac 2/5/2019 (2)
252. Kyle Kuzma 2/5/2019 (2)
253. Johnathan Motley 2/7/2019
254. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander 2/7/2019
255. Montrezl Harrell 2/7/2019 (2)
256. Jerome Robinson 2/7/2019
257. Collin Sexton 2/9/2019 (4)
258. Marquese Chriss 2/9/2019
259. Khris Middleton 2/13/2019
260. Karl Anthony-Towns 2/28/2019 (3)
261. Jeff Teague 2/28/2019 (4)
262. Anthony Tolliver 2/28/2019
263. Terrence Ross 3/2/2019
264. Nikola Mirotic 3/7/2019
265. Noah Vonleh 3/12/2019
266. Allonzo Trier 3/12/2019
267. Patrick Beverley 3/19/2019 (2)
268. Terrance Ferguson 3/27/2019
269. Langston Galloway 4/1/2019
270. Bruce Brown Jr. 4/3/2019 (3)
271. Daniel Theis 4/17/2019 Playoffs (5)
2019-20 First Date Blocked (How many times blocked ever)
272. Wes Matthews 11/16/2019
273. Džanan Musa 11/18/2019 (2)
274. Taurean Prince 11/18/2019 (2)
275. Markelle Fultz 11/23/2019 (2)
276. Wes Iwundu 11/23/2019
277. Ja Morant 11/25/2019 (5)
278. Mike Conley 11/27/2019
279. DeAndre Hunter 11/29/2019 (2)
280. Damian Jones 11/29/2019
281. Bruno Fernando 11/29/2019
282. DeAnthony Melton 12/2/2019
283. Christian Wood 12/6/2019
284. RJ Barrett 12/7/2019 (4)
285. Mitchell Robinson 12/7/2019 (2)
286. Paul George 12/9/2019
287. Cody Martin 12/15/2019 (4)
288. Terry Rozier 12/15/2019 (5)
289. Alex Caruso 12/17/2019
290. Marvin Bagley 12/20/2019
291. Yogi Ferrell 12/20/2019
292. Donte DiVincenzo 12/22/2019
293. Tyler Herro 1/8/2020 (7)
294. Delon Wright 2/3/2020 (2)
295. Terence Davis 2/5/2020 (2)
296. Jaxson Hayes 2/8/2020
297. Nicolò Melli 2/8/2020
298. Josh Hart 2/8/2020
299. Miles Bridges 2/25/2020
300. Darius Garland 2/29/2020
301. Trey Lyles 3/2/2020 (3)
302. Shaquille Harrison 3/6/2020
303. Daniel Gafford 3/6/2020
304. Romeo Langford 3/10/2020 (2)
305. Ish Smith 8/3/2020
306. Derrick Jones Jr. 8/24/2020 (Playoffs)
2020-21 First Date Blocked (How many times blocked ever)
307. Obi Toppin 12/23/2020
308. Coby White 12/26/2020 (3)
309. Zion Williamson 1/4/2021 (3)
310. David Nwaba 1/6/2021
311. Mikal Bridges 1/9/2021
312. Tyrese Haliburton 1/22/2021
313. James Wiseman 1/13/2021 (4)
314. Brad Wanamaker 1/13/2021
315. Jusuf Nurkic 1/15/2021 (2)
316. Dwayne Bacon 1/22/2021
317. Stanley Johnson 1/24/2021
318. Yuta Watanabe 1/24/2021
319. Chris Boucher 1/24/2021 (2)
320. Tyrese Maxey 1/31/2021
321. Brandon Clarke 2/2/2021
322. Kyle Anderson 2/2/2021
323. Joe Ingles 2/7/2021
324. Josh Jackson 2/11/2021
325. Garrett Temple 2/15/2021
326. Patrick Williams 2/15/2021
327. Jordan McLaughlin 2/17/2021
328. Anthony Edwards 2/17/2021
329. Malik Beasley 2/17/2021
330. Reggie Bullock 2/27/2021
331. Shake Milton 3/1/2021
332. Jamal Murray 3/4/2021 (2)
333. Talen Horton-Tucker 3/12/2021
334. Cameron Payne 3/13/2021
335. PJ Dozier 3/15/2021
336. Nicolas Claxton 3/17/2021
337. Kendrick Nunn 3/20/2021
338. Chris Silva 3/20/2021

Myles Turner & Al Jefferson a perfect match

The Pacers signing of Al Jefferson to a 3-year, $30 million contract might be the best thing they could have done for their future star Myles Turner.

Professor Al meet your student.

“As far as helping younger players,” said Jefferson, “that’s just part of my DNA.” Like Turner, Jefferson came into the NBA as a 19-year-old rookie, and Jefferson’s always been eager to repay the favor of veterans teaching him at the beginning of his career.

“I’m really looking forward to working with some of these young guys,” said Jefferson. And later, “Turner’s got upside.”  Continue reading Myles Turner & Al Jefferson a perfect match

Pacers & Al Jefferson agree in principle to 3-year, $30 million deal

The Indiana Pacers have made some noise in free agency. According to Woj, the Pacers have agreed in principle to a deal with veteran center Al Jefferson on a 3 year, $30 million deal.

Jefferson will immediately give the Pacers a post-scoring threat off the bench at the center position. Last season, the 31-year-old Jefferson averaged 12 points and 6 rebounds in only 23 minutes per game. Injuries have been an issue for him recently as he was limited to only 47 games last year. If you’re unfamiliar with Jefferson’s game, prepare yourself for a plethora of impressively effective pump fakes and slow moving post moves.  Continue reading Pacers & Al Jefferson agree in principle to 3-year, $30 million deal

Mylestones: Turner gets invite for USA Basketball Select Team

Myles Turner accepted an invitation to participate with USA Basketball Team Select this summer. Candace Buckner of the Indianapolis Star reported the news:

It’s a big honor for the 20-year-old Pacer as he’ll get to train and scrimmage with the Olympic team for a week in the summer. Perhaps with his teammate Paul George if he decides to participate this year. It’s a way for USA Basketball to get young players involved and familiar with its culture early in their careers. It’s often the first step to eventually being on the Olympic team and a decent predictor of future success in the league.

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Flagrant 2 missed in Game 7 according to the NBA

You know that missed call that everyone was talking about at the end of Game 7? The NBA thinks that wasn’t the only thing missed by the referees in the 4th quarter.

The NBA announced today that Bismack Biyombo has been assessed with a Flagrant-2 foul from a play with 11:18 remaining in the 4th quarter. The foul was assessed for hitting Myles Turner in the head or neck area.

Here’s the play, courtesy of Scott AgnessContinue reading Flagrant 2 missed in Game 7 according to the NBA

The Constant Evolution of Myles Turner

With the Indiana Pacers trailing by three points to the Oklahoma City Thunder with just under a minute remaining in the game, Monta Ellis drove towards the lane. As Steven Adams and Serge Ibaka converged to help, Ellis kicked it out to the open man standing in the corner ready for the pass behind the 3-point line, 19-year-old rookie, Myles Turner.

The rookie, who had only attempted two 3-pointers and had made none so far this season, calmly gathered the low pass at his feet and immediately rose with confidence to take the shot. Nothing but net. Tie game.

His first career 3-pointer and yet another Mylestone in the constant evolution of Myles Turner.

Myles Turner learned a new skill. Something that seems to happen nearly every game for the fast learning, hard working rookie.

“His biggest quality is that he’s not afraid. He’s never afraid, he’s never shying away from the moment,” Paul George said after the Thunder game, “He asks questions; he wants to learn, wants to get better, and works hard. It’s everything you want in a young player. He has it, and he’s going to be special for us.”

At the start of the season, it was clear that Frank Vogel didn’t want to put too much burden on the Pacers first-round draft pick. He was going to play off the bench at the 5 spot, so he could focus on learning just one position while he got used to the speed of the NBA game.

Myles came into the league with a couple of skills: A smooth jumper, his Turneround™ post move, and an impeccable sense of timing when it came to blocking shots. He used these skills to average 5.9 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 0.8 blocks in his first 18 career games and missed over a month and a half with a thumb injury. Modest numbers in about 18 minutes per contest, but you could still see flashes of his potential in every game.

Then the Pacers went on a 4-game Western Conference road trip and Myles Turner put on a nightly show. Turner averaged 20.5 points, 6.3 rebounds, 2.8 blocks over the trip, including a 31-performance over the defending champion Golden State Warriors that made me tweet this:

“You would have to say fairly that he’s one of the most, if not the most, surprising players in the draft,” Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy said to the Indy Star. “I think everybody pretty much knew he was going to be a good player, but I think a lot of people thought it would take more time than this and he’s playing very well.”

Turner was starting to show off even more skills: preventing dunks with blocks that recalled the memory of Roy Hibbert’s block on Carmelo Anthony in the playoffs, hook shots in the post, crafty, quick finishes in the lane. While he was still out of position at times on defense and Vogel knew it might be a “roller coaster,” Myles Turner was moved to the starting lineup, where Pacers fans hope he stays for a good 12-15 years.

Not only is Turner starting, but Vogel is playing him at power forward alongside Ian Mahinmi. While Mahinmi has recently struggled to stay on the court, the Pacers are now 4-1 when the tandem starts the game.

“I don’t know how fast and how far he develops in the final 29 games,” said Vogel in Candace Buckner’s great profile on Turner, “but it will be a big factor in what our ceiling is.”

The result is a rare mix of spacing on offense, but an abundance of rim protection and rebounding on defense. Turner is blocking anything that comes near him at the rim and that includes serving up some smothered chicken to LeBron James.

In the OKC game, assistant coach Popeye Jones told Turner that he wasn’t doing much on defense according to Jeremiah Johnson. Turner responded with 5 blocks in the 3rd-quarter alone.

The lineup is just touching the surface of its potential in terms of spacing now that Turner can take open corner threes. As Turner proves he’s ready to hit the long range shots and Vogel gives him more freedom to take those, the spacing will continue to grow on offense.

The end result may be Larry Bird finally getting that fast paced offense with lots of free flowing movement and spacing, and Frank Vogel playing his preferred style of having two bigs on the court at all times. The best of both worlds.

The always growing skillset of Myles Turner can do that for you.

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Pacers Preseason Wrap Up / Season Predictions

The Pacers ended their preseason with a 5-2 record and seemed to get more and more comfortable with each other every game: an important factor when nearly half of the team is new to playing with each other. Here’s some positive, negative, and in between thoughts on preseason and the Pacers hopes for this rapidly approaching regular season.

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Joe Young SIGNED PHOTO GIVEAWAY and Summer League Recap

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If you missed the post on Myles Turner’s performance at Summer League click here.

After missing his first game due to illness, Joe Young had a tremendous Summer League as he was the leading scorer in Orlando with 22.5 PPG. So, how will his game translate once the games start to matter? What does he still need to work on? Here’s an overview of what we saw at Orlando.

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Myles Turner: Summer League Recap

The Orlando Summer League ended over a week ago, but the Pacers draft pick performances deserve recognition and analysis. While the Pacers squad only won a single game of their five in total, Myles Turner and Joseph Young were two of the top three scorers at Orlando, and each were named to NBA TV’s All-Tournament Team along with Russ Smith of the Grizzlies, Aaron Gordon of the Magic, and Stanley Johnson of the Pistons. Here’s a look at the stats for the Pacers picks:

Myles Turner: 18.7 PPG, 8.3 RPG, 4.3 BPG, 61% FG in 3 games

Joe Young: 22.5 PPG, 2.3 RPG, 3.3 APG, 51% FG in 4 games

I’ll talk more about Joe Young in my next post (EDIT: Available now), but here’s some analysis on Mr. Turner:

Continue reading Myles Turner: Summer League Recap