James Harden of the Houston Rockets and Evan Turner of the Indiana Pacers both received technical fouls after a scuffle in the third quarter of their game Friday night.
Recent Indiana Pacers acquisition Evan Turner got into a brief shoving match with Houston Rockets star James Harden during Friday's game in Houston. It wasn't a fight so much as an uncomfortably close nuzzling of noses followed by a push-off on the part of Turner. Show More Summary
Evan Turner has been an Indiana Pacer for just five games. That is an incredibly short window for a player evaluation but Turner's ability to fit in and contribute in Indiana is hugely important to their postseason plans. The Pacers snagged Turner, along with Lavoy Allen, in a deal at the trade deadline for Danny Granger. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers improved their NBA-best record to 43-13 by blowing past the floundering Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday night. Paul George led Indiana with 20 points while new acquisition Evan Turner scored 13 in his first game since being traded from the Philadelphia 76ers. Kent Bazemore scored 23 for the Lakers in a losing effort. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Indiana Pacers president of basketball operations Larry Bird swung a deal at the 2014 NBA trade deadline by swapping Danny Granger for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen of the Philadelphia 76ers—a clear improvement for title-hungry Indy. The...Show More Summary
Much like last season, the NBA trade deadline went by with very little fanfare. The only big-name deal was that between the Philadelphia 76ers and the Indiana Pacers, swapping Evan Turner for Danny Granger. Apart from that, few trades carried much notability or the possibility to shake up the league. Show More Summary
There are certain guys you just have to feel bad for. Thaddeus Young is now one of them after the Philadelphia 76ers traded away both Spencer Hawes and Evan Turner just prior to the Feb. 20 deadline. The duo had been on the block throughout...Show More Summary
With salary to trim, expiring contracts to flip and false hopes to reignite, the Los Angeles Lakers entered the NBA trade deadline with major renovation plans. Ultimately, they left with the swap meet with nearly everything they brought...Show More Summary
On the night he entered the NBA, as the second pick of the 2010 draft, Evan Turner was everything the Philadelphia 76ers wanted: a skilled, intelligent, high-character player, a foundational piece for a brighter era. “The guy we needed,”...Show More Summary
Danny Granger has been an Indiana Pacer for nearly nine seasons, but now he's headed to Philly after being swapped for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. Here he is saying goodbye to Chris Copeland and David West on his way out of the team facility. Read more...
In a last-minute deal that woke up a lackluster trade deadline, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Indiana Pacers moved former star Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. On...Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers were part of one of the NBA trade deadline's most exciting moves, acquiring Evan Turner from the Philadelphia 76ers. But does Turner make them the absolute favorites in the Eastern Conference? We caught up with Conrad...Show More Summary
The Eastern Conference is basically a two-horse race between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers, but only one of those teams made waves at the NBA trade deadline. Could the Heat be monitoring potential buyouts in order to boost their...Show More Summary
Evan Turner stands out as something of a savior when compared to the largely lackluster names moved at the 2014 NBA trade deadline. Of course, his new employer, the Indiana Pacers, couldn't need a savior any less. That's worlds above and beyond the role they have picked out for the former No. Show More Summary
It's no wonder the NBA trade deadline is such a hyped event. When else are huge names like Spencer Hawes, Evan Turner and Danny Granger all moved on the same day? Although it shouldn't come as a surprise given the league landscape, the 2014 deadline came and went with very little substantial action. Show More Summary
The 2014 NBA trade deadline lacked the mystique that both fans and analysts crave, but thanks to the Indiana Pacers, who swapped Danny Granger for Evan Turner, as first reported by Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, there's at least one big deal for everyone to chew on. Despite a lack of major moves, there were still a few surprises. Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers announced Thursday they have acquired guard/forward Evan Turner and forward Lavoy Allen from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for forward Danny Granger and a future second round draft pick. Turner, a 6-7, 220 lb. guard out of Ohio State, was the second overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, drafted by Philadelphia. He [...]
NEW YORK (AP) — The Indiana Pacers decided Evan Turner gave them a better shot against Miami than Danny Granger.
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Indiana Pacers traded longtime forward Danny Granger and a second-round draft pick to Philadelphia in exchange for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.
The 2014 NBA trade deadline tried its best to finish with a flurry this year, but even a last-second deal sending Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Evan Turner and LaVoy Allen wasn't enough to keep "disappointment"...Show More Summary