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Jan 14, 2022 28 5 7 0
Jan 12, 2022 24 18 4 1
Jan 10, 2022 23 6 3 0
Jan 8, 2022 28 8 6 2
Jan 5, 2022 31 14 4 1

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2022 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
2021 101724.2 29.4 12.9 1.1 7.1 2.8 0.7
2020 112624 31.0 12.6 1.0 6.5 3.4 0.9
3y Avg. 112323.4 30.0 12.4 1.1 6.7 2.8 0.8
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Fantasy News

  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Declares self healthy

    Turner (foot) said Monday that he's "relatively healthy" heading into the offseason, Tony East of WTHR Channel 13 Indianapolis reports. "I'm in a really good place man," Turner said. Turner missed the Pacers' final 39 games of the season after he was diagnosed with a stress reaction in his left foot in mid-January, but he likely would have pushed to play at some point over the team's final handful of contests if Indiana was in contention for the postseason. Instead, the Pacers had Turner focus on rest and rehab, which should allow him to head into the offseason at optimal health. As Turner heads into the final season of the four-year, $80 million extension he signed in October 2018, the Pacers will likely listen to trade offers for the 25-year-old center, though the team's motivation to move him may have lessened to some degree after Domantas Sabonis was moved to Sacramento in February. That said, the Pacers still have two developmental centers in recent first-round picks Isaiah Jackson and Goga Bitadze (foot) on the books for 2022-23, so Turner might not be the core piece for Indiana that he once was.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Ruled out for season

    Turner (foot) has been ruled out for the remainder of the 2021-22 season, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports. The Pacers are well out of postseason contention and have only seven games remaining, so the decision to shut Turner down doesn't come as a surprise. The big man sustained a fracture in his left foot back in mid-January and has missed the last 32 contests. He's said to be recovering well and should be back on full strength for the start of the 2022-23 campaign. At the time of the injury, Turner was averaging 12.9 points, 7.1 rebounds, 2.8 blocks and 1.5 threes per game.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Gets in non-contact work

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle said Turner (foot) did "30 minutes of non-contact work" at Thursday's practice, but the center remains without a timeline for a return, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. Aside from noting that Turner is "inching forward a little bit each day," Carlisle provided no further information regarding when the 25-year-old might be back in action. The 22-45 Pacers have just 15 games left to go this season, and while Turner hasn't been shut down, he may not be worth stashing in redraft leagues at this stage with the likelihood that he'll be out for at least another week.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Could resume live work soon

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle said Friday that Turner (foot) is making good progress and could resume practicing at some point this week, Bally Sports Indiana reports. "He's doing well with his activity on the floor," Carlisle said of Turner. "The hope is that he can start getting into some practice stuff and possibly some live stuff [this week]." Following Tuesday's 127-124 loss to the Cavaliers, the Pacers won't play again until Saturday in San Antonio, so Carlisle could provide another update on Turner during the next three days based on what the center is able to do in practice, if anything. Turner has been sidelined since mid-January with a left foot fracture, and given that the 22-45 Pacers aren't legitimate contenders for a spot in the Eastern Conference play-in tournament, the team isn't incentivized to rush the 25-year-old back until he's 100 percent healthy and fully reconditioned.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Still 'a couple weeks away'

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle said Wednesday that Turner (foot) is still "a couple weeks" away from returning to action, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. A stress reaction in Turner's left foot has kept the center out since mid-January. Fantasy managers should hope for a return in mid-March but must keep in mind when fantasy leagues end. Managers fighting for the playoffs may need to swap out Turner for someone who can provide immediate value. In Turner's stead, more minutes should continue to be available for Goga Bitadze (foot), Isaiah Jackson (ankle) and Terry Taylor, the latter of whom remains on a two-way deal.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Out through All-Star break

    Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle confirmed Thursday that Turner (foot) will be shut down through the All-Star break, James Boyd of The Indianapolis Star reports. Turner hasn't played since Jan. 14, and the Pacers only have four more games before the break, so this news shouldn't come as a surprise. The Pacers are hopeful the NBA's best shot blocker (2.8 per game) can return to action shortly after the break, but Turner remains without a firm timetable. Prior to sustaining a stress reaction in his left foot, Turner averaged 12.9 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.5 three-pointers in 29.4 minutes. Whenever he returns, Turner will be rejoining a frontcourt that no longer contains Domantas Sabonis, who was traded to the Kings on Tuesday.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Out multiple weeks

    The Pacers announced Tuesday that Turner has been diagnosed with a stress reaction in his left foot and will be re-examined in two weeks. Turner was a surprise addition to the injury report ahead of Monday's 139-133 loss to the Clippers, when he was sidelined for just the second time all season after he was sent in for a second opinion on a left foot injury that he had apparently been playing through recently. Though the Pacers initially characterized his injury as left foot soreness, the follow-up tests revealed that he was dealing with a stress-related injury. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Turner's injury is expected to keep him sidelined through the Feb. 10 trade deadline, so his value on the open market will surely take a hit while teams interested in acquiring the center will have to do their due diligence on his medical reports. As for the Pacers, Domantas Sabonis is expected to see most of his minutes at center moving forward, while Torrey Craig could continue to start at power forward as a replacement in the lineup for Turner. The absence of Turner should open up extra playing time for all of Craig, Oshae Brissett and Goga Bitadze, all of whom received at least 15 minutes in Monday's loss.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Out Monday with sore foot

    Turner will receive a second medical opinion for his sore left foot, and he won't play Monday against the Clippers, Scott Agness of FieldhouseFiles.com reports. Turner has averaged only 9.3 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.8 blocks while shooting 42.3 percent from the field over the past six games, and he's now being evaluated for a foot injury. The 25-year-old will miss at least one game, and Domantas Sabonis and Oshae Brissett should split time at center in his absence.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Scores team-high 18

    Turner ended Wednesday's 119-100 loss to the Celtics with 18 points (8-14 FG, 0-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), four rebounds, one assist and one block across 24 minutes. Turner led the Pacers in scoring on a dysfunctional night for the franchise. Turner is mired in a 1-for-16 slump from deep over his past five games. Ultimately, shooting 19.4 percent from deep and 65.0 percent from the free-throw line. Another tough task awaits when the Suns come to town Friday.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Blocks five shots in loss

    Turner notched 14 points (5-10 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 3-3 FT), four rebounds, one assist, five blocks and one steal across 31 minutes during Wednesday's 129-121 loss to the Nets. Turner managed only five points in the front half of the back-to-back set Tuesday against the Knicks, but he responded with a solid showing across the board Wednesday. The big man should continue to be a consistent provider of points, rebounds and blocks for fantasy managers.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Flops in Tuesday's defeat

    Turner managed just five points (2-4 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds, two blocks and one assist in 33 minutes during Tuesday's 104-94 loss to the Knicks. Turner battled early foul trouble and was never able to find his groove in the loss. Despite this performance, Turner remains an elite fantasy option in just about every format, thanks primarily to his 2.8 blocks per game. Managers will simply have to let this one slide and hope for a more dignified effort against the Nets on Wednesday.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Records double-double in loss

    Turner finished Sunday's 108-104 loss to Cleveland with 12 points (4-11 FG, 2-5 3Pt, 2-4 FT), 10 rebounds, three assists, three blocks and two steals across 37 minutes. With nine -double-doubles on the season, Turner's synergy with Domanta sSabonis is much-improved from seasons past, as both big men have shown the ability to amass decent totals together. While the veteran's numbers have remained somewhat consistent over his seven-year career, the correlation between him and Sabonis has eased somewhat, allowing both players to have a powerful fantasy impact.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Scores 19 with two blocks

    Turner chipped in 19 points (9-18 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, two assists, two blocks and one steal over 36 minutes during Sunday's 113-105 loss to Chicago. While it's been a disappointing season for the Pacers thus far, Turner continues to be one of the most valuable big men in fantasy basketball thanks to his shot blocking. The league's leader in blocks (93) has now swatted multiple shots in six straight games and in 10 of his last 11. Turner's other counting stats are essentially in line with his career averages, though he's notably shooting a career-best 53.4 percent from the field.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Dominates inside

    Turner racked up 32 points (14-18 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 3-3 FT), 10 rebounds, one assist, two blocks and one steal across 37 minutes during Thursday's 118-106 win over the Rockets. Turner feasted on Christian Wood and Alperen Sengun, with nearly all of his points coming from inside the elbows. The absence of Domantas Sabonis (calf) aided Turner's volume and a matchup with the Rockets was favorable, but the ceilings of Turner and Sabonis are less capped by each other's presence than other star duos around the league. Sabonis may return Sunday against the Bulls, but Turner will look to stay hot regardless. For his career he's averaged 13.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in 20 contests against the Bulls.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Hosts another block party

    Turner closed with 16 points (7-12 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), seven rebounds, one assist and four blocks over 28 minutes during Thursday's 122-113 win over the Pistons. Turner has blocked 13 shots over his previous three games. Unfortunately, over that same span, he's connected on just 1-of-15 three-point attempts and has knocked down just 29.5 percent of his triples over eight December games. Nonetheless, Turner has been playing well and will look to piece it all together Tuesday against Miami
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Stuffs stat sheet

    Turner concluded Wednesday's 114-99 loss to the Bucks with 13 points (5-12 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, three assists, five blocks and two steals in 30 minutes. Turner was a menace defensively, and it's no coincidence that the Bucks keyed a 21-0 run in the fourth quarter when Turner was initially out of the game. Averaging 12.8 points, 7.4 rebounds and 2.9 blocks per game, Turner is a boom candidate against Detroit on Thursday.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Efficient in victory

    Turner had 22 points (8-13 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 3-4 FT), four rebounds, two blocks and one steal in 32 minutes during Wednesday's 122-102 victory over New York. Turner was efficient and productive on both ends of the floor, recording a game-high plus-26 in the box score. Rumors of the Pacers potentially looking to rebuild adds uncertainty to Turner's season long outlook. The 25-year-old is in the midst of a career year across the board, but it's nonetheless a situation worth monitoring.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Drops 20 points against Heat

    Turner closed Friday's 113-104 loss to Miami with 20 points (7-11 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 3-5 FT), four rebounds, one assist and three blocks in 34 minutes. Turner missed Monday's game against Minnesota due to a non-COVID illness, but he hasn't missed a beat since returning to the court. He's played 34 minutes in each of the last two games and has now scored in double figures in six of his last seven appearances. Across that span, he's averaged 13.0 points and 8.0 rebounds in 30.0 minutes per contest.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Productive in loss

    Turner scored 17 points (6-9 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 2-2 FT), nine rebounds, two blocks and a steal over 32 minutes in a 114-111 loss to the Hawks on Wednesday night. Returning from an illness that caused him to miss Monday's game, Turner stepped into a full workload. Despite some volatility, Turner is sporting career highs in player efficiency rating and usage rate, along with a 39.4 percent clip from deep (another career high). The 25-year-old is a premier two-way talent.
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  • Pacers' Myles Turner: Active Wednesday

    Turner (illness) will play in Wednesday's contest against the Hawks, Tony East of the West Indianapolis Community News reports. The 6-foot-11 center missed the Pacers' last contest due to an illness but will be back for Indiana on Wednesday night. T.J. McConnell figures to move back to the bench with Turner back in the lineup.
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