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    Could Bradley Beal be like Evan Turner

    I've seen a lot of people already call Bradley Beal a bust. I remeber people saying the same thing about turner his rookie year. Do you think all he needs is time? I mean the guy is only 19.


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    Yeah, give him time. He's struggling but even Wall hasn't come into his own yet.

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    Beal is solid, His shooting % is pretty bad now, but he is young and a little Raw, Wall coming back will help him, he is ganna be a nice player IMO.
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    I don't get the comparison. Are you saying Turner = bust? And all the talk about Beal with his game suggests he'll become a Turner (or bust? Even though they play different positions) I would think that there are worst comparisons for busts.
    And no... Give it time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    I don't get the comparison. Are you saying Turner = bust? And all the talk about Beal with his game suggests he'll become a Turner (or bust? Even though they play different positions) I would think that there are worst comparisons for busts.
    And no... Give it time.
    they play the same position. Turner is a big guard but "plays the 3" because the have a glutton of SG's in Philly.

    OP isn't suggesting that Turner is a bust, he is suggesting that Turner just took some time to adhust to the NBA because Turner is having a nice statistical season now, finally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnickaBocka.44 View Post
    they play the same position. Turner is a big guard but "plays the 3" because the have a glutton of SG's in Philly.

    OP isn't suggesting that Turner is a bust, he is suggesting that Turner just took some time to adhust to the NBA because Turner is having a nice statistical season now, finally.
    He is? How so? He seems to be having an average statistical season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    He is? How so? He seems to be having an average statistical season.
    He leads all guards in rebounding, is shooting a very, very good % from 3, has better than a 2:1 assist/turnover ratio and plays great defense. Very above average if you ask me, or most others for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnickaBocka.44 View Post
    He leads all guards in rebounding, is shooting a very, very good % from 3, has better than a 2:1 assist/turnover ratio and plays great defense. Very above average if you ask me, or most others for that matter.
    Average is 15 PER

    Turner = 15.49 PER

    Very above average seems to be a stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arch Stanton View Post
    He is? How so? He seems to be having an average statistical season.
    Well he got off to a horrendous start to the season (9, 7, and 4 through first 8 games), many in the Sixers forum were worried if he'd ever pull it together, but the past month he's really picked it up, especially scoring wise.

    He magically found a jumper and is the Sixers best 3pt shooter statistically this season and he's had his midrange game firing on all cylinders.

    18, 6, and 4 in his last 11 games (while leading the team is FGA 8 of those 11). He's being given a bigger role on offense as the clear #2 option next to Jrue and he's been playing far past my expectations at the beginning of the season.
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    I mean, Turner isn't very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    I mean, Turner isn't very good.
    Yea, his "all around game" gives people the impression that he's really good for some reason. To his credit he has improved every season he's been in the league though and the season is still young.


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    Quote Originally Posted by b@llhog24 View Post
    Yea, his "all around game" gives people the impression that he's really good for some reason. To his credit he has improved every season he's been in the league though and the season is still young.
    well, its easy to improve upon a rookie season where you were garbage. What I mean is, Turner doesn't project as anything but a nice role player.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkeye15 View Post
    well, its easy to improve upon a rookie season where you were garbage. What I mean is, Turner doesn't project as anything but a nice role player.
    No gripes from me. I think he can be a spot starter on some teams or decent 6th man.


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    Quote Originally Posted by b@llhog24 View Post
    Yea, his "all around game" gives people the impression that he's really good for some reason. To his credit he has improved every season he's been in the league though and the season is still young.
    I don't know of many people who think Evan Turner's "really good". I think any casual fan either doesn't know who he is, or says he's a bust.
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