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10 NBA Players Entering Make-or-Break 2014-15 Season

Even players who once experienced top-10-pick fanfare can find themselves facing a make-or-break season just a few short years after entering the league. And for the likes of Evan Turner, Deron Williams and others, the 2014-15 campaign...Show More Summary

Surprising Name Who Will Make a Big Impact for Boston Celtics in 2014-15

While talking Boston Celtics offseason on a radio hit with The A.J. & Rich Show on 101.3 ESPN in Vermont a couple weeks ago, the question was brought up of the team possibly signing free-agent swingman Evan Turner. This was before any...Show More Summary

How Evan Turner Can Save His NBA Career with Boston Celtics

There's a common link between swingman Evan Turner and his new team, the Boston Celtics. It might even be what brought the two together in free agency, although it's something both sides probably wish didn't exist. Both are in dire need...Show More Summary

Report Card Grades for Indiana Pacers' 2014 Offseason So Far

The Indiana Pacers' 2014 offseason has been an interesting one. From letting Evan Turner go, getting several new players and failing to re-sign Lance Stephenson (who signed with the Charlotte Hornets), Pacers president Larry Bird has...Show More Summary

Evan Turner Signing Fails to Address Boston Celtics' Biggest Need

Evan Turner could be a great value for the Boston Celtics, with "could" serving as the operative word. The swingman, who was once made the No. 2 pick in the 2010 NBA draft, inked a deal with the Association's Beantown representatives,...Show More Summary

Remaining Free-Agent Fits for the Boston Celtics

At the moment, the Boston Celtics currently have a crowded roster. The team has 17 players signed under contract for next season and an 18th reportedly on the way with guard/forward Evan Turner. The Celtics agreed to terms with the former...Show More Summary

How Evan Turner Fits on the Boston Celtics

The Boston Celtics have signed former second overall pick Evan Turner to their roster, where he will hope to help the C's build on a disappointing season and return to the NBA playoffs. How will Turner fit in Beantown after a poor showing...Show More Summary

Boston Celtics Have Nothing to Lose by Gambling on Evan Turner's Future

Late free-agency transactions don't get any safer than the Boston Celtics signing Evan Turner. After splitting last season with the Philadelphia 76ers and Indiana Pacers, the former No. 2 pick is joining Beantown's movement, according the Boston Herald's Steve Bulpett : Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today confirmed the good news: Yes, this is good news. Show More Summary

A look at the highs and lows of Evan Turner's career so far

The former No. 2 overall pick has had his share of scatological and basketball problems in his four-year career so far. They said the dominoes would fall after LeBron James decided on his free agency destination. Lo and behold, EvanShow More Summary

Boston Celtics to Sign Evan Turner

Free agent guard Evan Turner is set to ink a deal with the Boston Celtics, according to his rep David Falk. Turner will reportedly earn a portion of the Celtics’ […] The post Boston Celtics to Sign Evan Turner appeared first on SLAMonline.

Celtics Sign Evan Turner, Because of Course They Did

Evan Turner has found a new home. SHUT FREE AGENCY DOWN. Or don’t. Whatever. It’s up to you. If you want to see what happens with Eric Bledsoe and Greg Monroe, keep it going. Anyway… Turner has come to terms with the Celtics, per the Boston Herald‘s Steve Bulpett: Part of their mid-level exception? This […]

Boston Celtics Sign Evan Turner, Because Not Enough People Hated Them

last monthSports : Deadspin

After a season in which their bottomed-out squad of plucky nobodies occasionally showed admirable spunk under first-year coach Brad Stevens, the Boston Celtics evidently decided they'd had enough of this not-being-hated-by-literally-everyone...Show More Summary

Evan Turner signs with Boston Celtics, according to report

Turner will look to revive his career on a Celtics team that likely will be in the lottery again. Former No. 2 pick Evan Turner has signed with the Boston Celtics after falling on hard times in Indiana last season, reports Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald. Celtics finishing deal for FA Evan Turner, sources tell Herald. Show More Summary

Evan Turner to Celtics: Latest Contract Details, Analysis and Reaction

After a solid campaign splitting time with the Philadelphia 76ers and Indiana Pacers, shooting guard Evan Turner has signed a contract with the Boston Celtics. Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald has more details on the contract: The Pacers declined to tender Turner an offer sheet after last season, making him an unrestricted free agent. Show More Summary

Celtics Rumors: Latest Whispers Surrounding Rajon Rondo, Evan Turner and More

In one of the most dramatic NBA offseasons in recent memory, there hasn ’t been a lot of noise out of Boston. The once-dominant Celtics struggled last year and don’t appear to be serious title threats on paper heading into the 2014-15 campaign. Show More Summary

Celtics Rumors: Latest Buzz Surrounding Rajon Rondo and Evan Turner

The free-agency period has slowed down just a bit after the biggest superstars announced their decisions, but there are still several players on the market. Along with the remaining free agents, quite a few trades are rumored to possibly...Show More Summary

NBA free agency: Rockets still after a star, Evan Turner has suitors

The Houston Rockets decided not to match the Dallas Mavericks' offer to restricted free agent Chandler Parsons, allowing them to continue hunting for another star. The Houston Rockets didn't want to match an offer for restricted free...Show More Summary

Evan Turner Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Free-Agent Guard

Coming off of his best season in the NBA, Evan Turner has been garnering interest in free agency. Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN reports the Minnesota Timberwolves are targeting the former No. 2 overall pick: A source tells that the Wolves are targeting former Sixers and Pacers shooting guard Evan Turner, the No. Show More Summary

Evan Turner’s Ferrari Runs Out of Gas in the Middle of an Ohio Freeway (Video)

2 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Evan Turner was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the No. 2 pick of the 2010 NBA Draft and has earned $21.5 million over the last four years. P.J. Hill, Turner’s former teammate at Ohio State, was not so lucky. He went undrafted after college, has bounced around from one European basketball league to another […]

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