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Evan Turner #2 Pick

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Evan Turner #2 Pick

Not sure if any of you watched the Ohio St. vs. Purdue game but... Ohio St. pulled the upset which was impressive.  Even more impressive was the performance of Evan Turner.

He had 32 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assits, 1 steal, shot a high FG%  & was 9-10 from the free throw line.... but he did have 6 turnovers which was the only negative. 

The dude can do it all. 

In my eyes at this point in time he is clearly the 2nd Pick in the 2010 Draft. 


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He's baaaaaccckkkk! I like

He's baaaaaccckkkk! I like him as the R.O.Y in the NBA in 2010-2011..

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man his handles is nice

man his handles is nice

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His handles "ARE" nice.

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I think it depends who owns

I think it depends who owns the 2nd pick, though I don't see Turner falling out of the top 5. If Indiana is picking between 2 and 4 they will take Turner. I think he fits Indiana better than the T'wolves b/c he would get to play with an established scorer in Danny Granger rather than stepping in to be the #2 option where in Indiana he can soothe his way into the 2nd option as the season progresses.

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I wouldnt be surprised if he

I wouldnt be surprised if he was the #2 pick depending on who has that pick.

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I agree. If it is Indiana I

I agree. If it is Indiana I see him going #2. If it is Minnesota I see them taking Wesley Johnson. Both are very good players. I do not think a team can go wrong taking either of them.

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Yeah he is clearly the most

Yeah he is clearly the most skilled player in this draft as of right now, you can make a case for Motiejunas, but not alot of people have seen him play...He should definitely be the first perimeter player(not named John Wall) taken in the draft...

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Like John Wall, a man

Like John Wall, a man amongst boys in College. Second most impressive player in D1 basketball right now, after Wall of course.

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Best all around player

He is the do it all player, playing every position almost like Magic and Pippen standing at 6'7. I don't consider OSU beating Purdue an upset because OSU was good before losing Turner. I wouldn't mind Turner or Johnson coming to the twin cities. It'll be a pleasure to watch either one play. Turner is more offense and Johnson gives us more defense with his blocks and long wingspan.

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John Wall is the best

John Wall is the best prospect in the draft obviously. But Turner is my personal favorite. He literally did it all for Ohio Sate tonight and it payed off as they won the game. The only problem I really see in his game is that he tries to fo a little to much sometimes which causes him to turn the ball over and his jumpshot needs a little work, he doesn't get enough arc on it to me. William Buford looked really good tonight to, he played with in himself and showed of a pretty good looking jumpshot and a nice array of moves going to the basket.

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