Turner (ankle) will not play Friday against the Rockets, J. Michael of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Turner, who is considered day-to-day, will miss his eighth straight game while recovering from a right ankle sprain. His next opportunity to take the court arrives Saturday against the Bucks.
Coach Nate McMillan called Turner (ankle) day-to-day earlier this week after the center was able to take part in 4-on-4 drills during practice, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Sidelined since Oct. 30 with a right ankle sprain, Turner is making progress in his recovery, but he'll likely need to advance to full-contact, 5-on-5 scrimmaging until the Pacers give him the green light to play. The center could gain clearance for the weekend if he's able to step up his activity over the next two days, though he would almost certainly sit out at least one half of the Pacers' upcoming back-to-back set. The Pacers will return to action Friday in Houston before returning home to host the Bucks on Saturday.
Turner (ankle) won't play Tuesday against the Thunder.
Turner remains sidelined due to a right ankle sprain, and he's set to miss his seventh straight matchup Tuesday. His next opportunity to return will come Friday in Houston.
Turner (ankle) is out Sunday against the Magic.
Turner will miss a sixth straight game as he continues to work back from a sprained right ankle. His next chance to play arrives Tuesday against the Thunder.
Turner (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Orlando, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Turner's been listed as questionable -- and has ultimately missed -- each of his last four games. For what it's worth, Turner stated Friday that he expected to return this weekend, Sunday's tilt against Orlando being the obvious candidate.
Turner (ankle) won't play Friday against Detroit.
Turner will sit for the fifth straight game. He said Friday that he believes he'll be able to return over the weekend, so Sunday's game in Orlando could be a reasonable target.
Turner (ankle) is a game-time decision for Friday's game against the Pistons, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Turner missed the last four games due to the right ankle sprain but will have a chance to return to the lineup versus Detroit. According to Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana, the 23-year-old believes he'll be able to return to action this weekend, so even if he doesn't play Friday there's still a good chance he could suit up Sunday at Orlando.
Turner (ankle) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Pistons.
Turner has missed the past four games due to a sprained right ankle. If Turner is forced to miss another game, the Pacers would likely lean more heavily on Domantas Sabonis and JaKarr Sampson.
Turner (ankle) will not play Wednesday against the Wizards, Fred Katz of The Athletic reports.
Turner's sprained right ankle still isn't 100 percent, forcing the big man to miss a fourth consecutive game. Rookie Goga Bitadze is a candidate to start in place of Turner, whose next chance to play will come Friday against Detroit.
Turner (ankle) is questionable for Wednesday's matchup against the Wizards.
Turner has been out the past three games while dealing with a sprained right ankle. In his absence, rookie Goga Bitadze has drawn two consecutive starts and is averaging 8.3 points, 8.3 rebounds, 4.0 blocks and 2.3 assists over the past three contests.
Turner (ankle) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Hornets, J. Michael of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Turner appeared to be trending in the right direction and was spotted shooting earlier in the day, but he's evidently not ready to return to action just yet. With Domantas Sabonis (calf) also out, JaKarr Sampson and Goga Bitadze will start down low.
Turner (ankle) was spotted getting shots up during shootaround and is now questionable for Tuesday's game against Charlotte, Jeremiah Johnson of Fox Sports Indiana reports.
Turner was previously listed as doubtful due to an ankle sprain, but it appears he now has a chance to play, depending on how he fares during shootaround. Goga Bitadze figures to draw another start at center if Turner can't go.
Turner (ankle) is doubtful for Tuesday's contest against Charlotte.
Turner suffered a heavy ankle sprain in last Wednesday's contest against Brooklyn and has been sidelined the last two games as a result. Considered doubtful at the moment, Turner, who is reportedly deemed week-to-week, is a long shot to return the floor Tuesday. Backup center Goga Bitadze will presumably start if Turner is absent against the Hornets.
Turner (ankle) is being listed as week-to-week, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
Turner's sprained right ankle is relatively serious, and it's possible he misses multiple weeks as a result. In his absence, Goga Bitadze could see extra minutes, while Domantas Sabonis could see an increased role. With Turner off the court this season, Malcolm Brogdon leads the team with a usage rate of 31.4 percent.
Turner (ankle) is expected to miss at least a few games with a right ankle sprain, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Turner suffered the injury during the first quarter of Wednesday's game against the Nets, and while initial reports are positive, it still sounds like the issue will keep him sidelined for at least a game or two. He's expected to undergo an MRI in the coming days, after which a more concrete return timetable should emerge.
Turner is questionable to return Wednesday against the Nets with a sprained right ankle, Scott Agness of The Athletic reports.
Turner had to be helped off the court after suffering the injury in the first quarter Wednesday. Prior to exiting, the big man tallied seven points and two rebounds in 10 minutes. While he hasn't officially been ruled out, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports he's unlikely to return.
Turner posted 16 points (7-11 FG, 1-3 3Pt, 1-2 FT), five rebounds, one assist and one steal across 39 minutes during Monday's 96-94 loss to the Pistons.
The Pacers have gotten off to a tough start, going 0-3, and Turner has yet to see fewer than 38 minutes in a single game. He hasn't seen over 28.6 minutes per game in each of the past two seasons, so it's possible this year marks a turning point in the kind of workload he'll be expected to carry moving forward. Turner is averaging 17.3 points, 8.3 rebounds and 1.7 blocks so far.
Turner had 25 points (9-15 FG, 4-7 3PT, 3-3 FT), nine rebounds, three blocks and two steals during the Pacers' 110-119 loss to the Pistons on Wednesday.
Turner's main flaw entering the season was his lack of rebounding, but he grabbed nine boards to start the campaign. An elite shot blocked with a well-rounded offensive game, Turner should remain as a focal point of the Pacers offense going forward. Indiana's next game will be at Cleveland on Saturday.
Turner finished with 13 points (5-10 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 1-1 FT), seven rebounds, five blocks, three assists, and two steals in 28 minutes during Friday's 105-87 preseason victory over the Bulls.
Turner put up a stellar line Friday, contributing across the board in the Pacers comfortable victory. He has been putting together a nice preseason and appears set for a strong season. His shot-blocking, in particular, has been fantastic, blocking five shots in two of the three games thus far. He is a good chance to lead the league in blocks this season with Mitchell Robinson attempting to curb his fouls. Turner is going in the second round of many drafts with his only real flaw being his lack of rebounding numbers from the center position.
Turner amassed 12 points (4-6 FG, 2-3 3Pt, 2-2 FT), five blocks, three rebounds and two assists in 18 minutes during Saturday's preseason win over Sacramento.
Turner made his impact felt in the paint, recording five blocks in just 18 minutes of run Saturday. The defensive-player-of-the-year candidate supplemented his usually strong defense with a strong offensive showing, making 2-of-3 from behind the arc and 4-of-6 shots overall. Despite a weak first month of the season last year, Turner had a productive season, averaging 13.3 points, 7.2 rebounds, 2.7 blocks and 1.6 assists in 28.6 minutes per game.
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