Evan Turner

#1G-F

Evan

Turner

2016 - 17 MPGFG%3P%FT%PPGRPGASTBLK
SEASON 24.7 41.5 31.4 93.3 9.1 4 56 5
CAREER STATS 28.4 43.1 30.5 78.2 10.7 5.1 3.7 0.2

HEIGHT

6 ft7 in

/ 2.01m

WEIGHT

220 lbs

/ 99.8kg

LATEST VIDEOS

0021600298 mia por recap

Damian Lilliard scores 19 points with six assists as the Trail Blazers defeat the Heat at home.

20161203 Handle of The Night

Evan Turner crosses over and then goes behind the back and finds Meyers Leonard for the alley-oop slam.

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Evan Turner goes behind his back and throws the lob to Meyers Leonard for the nice alley-oop.

20161130 IND POR recap go90

Damian Lillard leads all scores with 28 points and adds 10 assists to help the blazers get the runaway victory over the Pacers, 131-109.

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Evan Turner drops another dime on the lob to Mason Plumlee.

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Evan Turner hands out another assist as he dimes Mason Plumlee for the slam.

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Evan Turner throws the nice dime to the cutting Allen Crabbe for the reverse layup.

0021600251 hou por recap

James Harden lights up the Trail Blazers with 38 points and 10 assists as the Rockets win easily, 130-114.

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Evan Turner goes coast to coast and finishes with the strong layup, and-one.

0021600208 por nyk recap

Kristaps Porzingis leads with 31 points and nine rebounds, Derrick Rose adds 18 as New York takes it, 107-103.

0021600194 por bkn recap

C.J. McCollum scores a game-high 33 points to help lift the Trail Blazers over the Nets, 129-109.

20161117 por hou recap go90

James Harden posts a triple-double with 26 points, 12 rebounds and 14 assists as the Rockets take down the Blazers, 126-109.

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Damian Lillard weaves his way through the lane and makes the tough bucket.

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Check out the top 25 plays of the week, featuring Stephen Curry, Marc Gasol, Karl-Anthony Towns, Rudy Gobert, Danilo Gallinari, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love, LeBron James, Trey Burke, Russell Westbrook, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside, Mike Muscala, Kemba Walker, Shabazz Muhammad, Zach LaVine, Jonathon Simmons, Rodney Hood, Blake Griffin, DeAndre Jordan, Evan Turner, Kent Bazemore, Meyers Leonard, DeMar DeRozan, and Jabari Parker.

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Damian Lillard scores 32 points and dishes out six assists as the Trail Blazers defeat the Nuggets.

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Evan Turner throws the alley-oop to Meyers Leonard.

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Evan Turner elevates and dishes behind-his-back to Mason Plumlee for the bucket.

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Evan Turner drives and makes the mid-air, behind-the-back feed to Mason Plumlee for two off the glass.

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Evan Turner finds Al-Farouq Aminu who explodes to the basket and slams it home.

20161101 GSW POR recap go90

Damian Lillard scores 31 points but the Blazers suffer a huge loss against the Warriors, 127 - 104.


PLAYER BIO

Professional History

TRANSACTIONS:

Selected by Philadelphia with the second overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft.


2012-13 NOTES/CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

Started all 82 games, averaging 13.3 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.3 assists and 0.87 steals in 34.6 minutes per game while shooting 41.9% from the floor, 36.5% from 3-point range and 74.0% from the line. Was one of eight players who averaged at least 13.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists this past season (Durant, M. Gasol, P. Gasol, George, L. James, Pierce, Jo. Smith). Hit the game-winning shot with 3.9 seconds remaining in overtime vs. Boston on 12/7/12. Had 14 double-doubles this past season after having five in 2011-12 and two as a rookie in 2010-11. Scored in double-figures in 17 consecutive games from 11/16-12/19/12, after not having a streak longer than five games prior in his career. Scored 20+ points 17 times this past season (Sixers 11-6 mark). Scored 20+ points seven times in 2011-12 and three times as a rookie in 2010-11. Shot 74.0% from the line this past season after shooting 67.6% in 2011-12 (shot 80.8% as a rookie in 2010-11) Shot 58-of-159 (36.5% 3FGs) from behind-the-arc this past season after shooting 25-of-93 (26.9% 3FGs) his first two seasons combined. Has only missed one game in his career due to injury (vs. MIL on 1/16/12). As a junior at Ohio State, averaged 20.4 points, 9.2 rebounds and 6.0 assists, according to STATS, became the first Division I player to average at least 20 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists in a single season since Oscar Robertson did so in back-to-back seasons in 1958-59 and 1959-60. Swept the national player of the year honors in 2009-10, picking up the Naismith Trophy, the John R. Wooden Award along with the USBWA, Associated Press and NABC player of the year awards. Was also Big Ten Player of the Year and Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player.

PRO CAREER:

Three NBA seasons. In 225 games with 116 starts, averaging 10.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 28.4 minutes per game while shooting 42.8% from the floor, 32.9% from 3-point range and 74.4% from the line. Has 21 double-doubles in his career. Selected to the first ever BBVA Rising Stars Challenge held during All-Star Weekend in 2012 and had 16 points (8-9 FGs), 11 rebounds and 7 assists in 29 minutes of play..


PLAYOFFS:

In 18 games with 12 starts, averaging 10.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 30.3 minutes per game while shooting 38.0% from the floor, 36.4% from 3-point range and 70.0% from the line. 2011: Appeared in all five games of Philadelphia's First Round series vs. Miami in 2011, averaging 8.0 points and 4.6 rebounds in 19.4 minutes per game while shooting 44.7% from the floor, 4-of-5 from 3-point range and 2-2 from the line. Shot 3-of-3 from 3-point range in Game 2 (4/18/11). 2012: Appeared in all 13 games with 12 starts of Philadelphia's run to the Eastern Conference Semifinals, averaging 11.2 points, 7.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 0.92 steals in 34.5 minutes per game while shooting 36.4% from the floor, 0-of-6 from 3-point range and 68.8% from the line. Recorded two double-doubles.


2011-12:
Second NBA Season (Philadelphia): In 65 games with 20 starts, averaged 9.4 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.8 assists in 26.4 minutes per game while shooting 44.6% from the floor, 22.4% from 3-point range and 67.6% from the line. Missed one game with a right quad contusion (1/16/12). Led all guards in total rebounds. As a starter, averaged 12.7 points, 6.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists in 33.1 minutes per game. Scored 20+ points seven times and recorded five double-doublesSelected to the first ever BBVA Rising Stars Challenge held during All-Star Weekend and had 16 points (8-9 FGs), 11 rebounds and 7 assists in 29 minutes of play.
2010-11:
Rookie Season (Philadelphia). In 78 games played with 14 starts, averaged 7.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.0 assists in 23.0 minutes per game while shooting 42.5% from the floor, 31.8% from 3-point range and 80.8% from the line. In the 15 games Andre Iguodala missed, averaged 11.0 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists in 30.5 minutes per game. Scored 20+ points three times. Recorded two double-doubles and grabbed 10+ boards three times. SUMMER 2010: Started all five games for the Sixers in the 2010 Orlando Summer Pro League, averaging 9.4 points, 5.6 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.60 steals in 27.4 minutes per game while shooting 33.3% from the floor, 25.0% from 3-point range and 19-of-19 from the line.


COLLEGE CAREER:

Was an early entry candidate for the 2010 NBA Draft following his junior season at Ohio State. Swept the national player of the year honors in 2009-10, picking up the Naismith Trophy, the John R. Wooden Award along with the USBWA, Associated Press and NABC player of the year awards. Also Big Ten Player of the Year and Big Ten Tournament Most Outstanding Player. As a junior, led the Big Ten in scoring (20.4 ppg) and rebounding (9.2 rpg) while ranking second in assists (6.0 apg) and steals (1.7 spg). According to STATS, became the first Division I player to average at least 20 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists in a single season since Oscar Robertson did so in back-to-back seasons in 1958-59 and 1959-60. Opened the season with a triple-double against Alcorn State and posted another one four games later vs. Lipscomb, becoming the 34th player in NCAA Division I history to record multiple triple-doubles in the same season. Suffered a transverse process fracture on the second and third lumbar vertebra against Eastern Michigan on 12/5/09 but missed just six games after initially being diagnosed with a recovery time of eight weeks. In his first game back, scored a career-high tying 32 points at Purdue. Shot 51.9% from the floor as a junior and 50.2% for his career.


OFF THE COURT:

Son of Iris and James Turner. Hobbies include reading, listening to music and playing golf. Represented the U.S. at the 2009 World University Games. Attended the same high school, St. Joseph's, as Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas. St. Joseph's was also featured in the documentary film Hoop Dreams.

Career Snapshot

Advanced Player Stats
YearTeamGPGSMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTSTLBLKTOVPF+/-
2016POR2004941817117141.5113531.4283093.3116879561352534-177
2015BOS8112227085434375345.6208324.114817982.7503473973598028169139101
2014BOS8257225977932074642.93311927.710614175.2403774174498319198180-101
2013IND2725711927819041.1122450243470.6127486641123448-159
2013PHI5454188593935683142.83813228.818922882.950272322198565155147-963
2012PHI828228911094441105341.95815936.515420874564615173547117187197-213
2011PHI6520171261026359044.6114922.47310867.627349376180402010511753
2010PHI7814179756522552942.5144431.810112580.842264306159491480138-100

Traditional Season Stats

SeasonGPMINFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFDD2TD3PTS+/-
Season2016 20GP 494MIN 71FGM 171FGA 41.5FG% 113PM 353PA 31.43P% 28FTM 30FTA 93.3FT% 11OREB 68DREB 79REB 56AST 25TOV 13STL 5BLK 34PF 1DD2 0TD3 181PTS -177+/-

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