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Sunday, October 31, 2010

NBA Fantasy 2010 – 11 Player Review: Evan Turner

Everyone is talking about John Wall, the first pick in the 2010 – 2011 draft pick. But what fantasy players don’t realize is that the second pick of the Philadelphia 76ers is making his own noise in the 76ers team. Yes he is not that productive in points and assists compared to the first draft pick but he is showing that he is competitive just like the other rookies that came into the NBA. If you try to look at his built and his athleticism, it may take him a few months to be someone like Danny Granger or Scottie Pippen.

He is still adjusting from the game he used to play in college but when it comes to leaping ability and agility, he can cope up with the NBA style of playing in no time. Here are his stats from his first 3 games.

@Miami – 16 points | 7 Rebounds | 4 Assists | 1 Block
@Atlanta – 2 Rebounds | 4 Assists | 1 Block
@Indiana – 9 Points | 7 Rebounds | 2 Assists

He got these stats within 24 minutes or less so it’s not bad for a rookie like him. He can contribute points and he can rebound and at the same time block shots. In the first 2 games he also dished 4 assists so if you sum it all it is not really that bad.

NBA Fantasy Review Projection Stats for Evan Turner (2010 – 11 Season)
**This would be his stats by the end of the year 2010**
13.5 pts/g | 6 rebs/g | 4 asts/g | 1 blk/g

Hopefully his coach would give him around 25 – 30 playing minutes per game so that he can attain this projected stats. So if you have Evan Turner in your NBA Fantasy roster this rookie is a keeper. And if someone would offer you a trade, they should offer you with someone that can provide at least 14 points per game, 5 rebounds per game and 3 assists per game. And remember that he is still a rookie so you don’t have to worry about any injuries in the near future. Maybe Evan Turner needs to be more active in the court and involve himself in every play.

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