Posts tagged "evan turner"
The Bulls options are fairly limited and as the team has started off looking like a poor man's version of itself so far fans are loooking at how it can address the same ole issues...
With the NBA kick season kicking off tomorrow, it’s prediction time. As a fan, I always felt prediction threads were silly. There are too many unpredictable variables that can sway a season. I thought why would any writer try and subject themselves to such scrutiny over something that, if they could do successfully, they’d millions... Read more »
Evan Turner (Ohio State)6’7, 215 lbs, PG/SG/SF The best player in college last season, Turner should not disappoint in the pros. He provides versatility as he can play point guard, shooting guard, or small forward, but will play small forward best in the pros. A two-way player with a high skill level, he exhibits skills... Read more »
Per TrueHoop: A number of teams have already looked into the availability of the Philadelphia 76ers’ No. 2 pick in the June 24 draft. The asking price? Several sources said they were told that the Sixers want their trade partner to take Elton Brand off their hands. Good luck with that. With Brand set to... Read more »
Not that the Bulls had too much at stake, it would have been nice to see the top two picks go out West while both are staying in the Eastern conference. Washington won the #1 slot. Combine that with their cap room, and they could be on a fast track to rebuilding, but... Read more »
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