30 games is a fair amount of time to evaluate the whole team, not just Turner.
I think we all know he hasn't lived up to the hype/expectations of being a #2 pick so far in his career and that a turnaround likely isn't coming at this point.
I have already said that Turner is looking more like a bench candidate everyday. Nothing more for me to add, I can only watch to see if I'm right or wrong. I was, like 95% of 76er nation, was definitely wrong about him coming out of the draft. Wish we could redo that pick.
Last edited by Knowledge; 11-01-2012 at 05:22 PM.
TerminH1NK13Originally Posted by Sam Hinkie
We need to trade for a 2.... We have 3 of em and they all suck
And stop with the Jrue Love. He was 5 for 16 for chrissake. He shot worse than Iggy. You're embarrassing the Board.
Jrue's got about three years until he leads anyone. And if HAWES if our vet? You're really not getting it.
Jrue shot poorly, but came through when it mattered. As did hawes. And no, im not counting on hawes for anything, it was likely a fluke game.... Although he does look like he added another foot to his vertical, just saying, that cant hurt.
Also, whyd u cut out my point of jrich being part of the gunner-ness that almost lost us the game in the first place.... Not very leader-ish of him.
He wasn't even IN THE GAME during that time. Stop hating. He's almost as good a shooter as ****ing Ray Allen for crying out loud. HE gets to shoot when he sees a high percentage opportunity; he's earned it. Nick Young and Wright were in there taking UNBELIEVABLY bad shots, early in the clock, when we had the lead! Together they were 6 of 21.
Start with them.
Jrue had 12 assists, and 6 boards. 4/5 from line. Got his point in lane, drew fouls, distributed the ball, rebounded and the focus is his field goal percentage? Clown!
Pay attention. You might learn something.
The team in a whole had a shocking game in terms of shot selection. With wright,young and JRich its like they just told themselfs there a perimeter team. Faried played like 2mins of the 2nd half and still we wouldnt attack the rim. We didnt even put the ball in the post to shoot it back on to the open man.
^^ i guess that and-1 to stretch the lead when it was close didnt happen?
and it definately wasnt something a leader would do...
Jrue did some nice things late; he also had - overall - a fairly decent game. Not great; not bad.
Truth be told...none of them played as well as I'd have liked (except for Hawes). Thought Doug had a bad 4th.