Originally Posted by NorrisHopper30
I don't think he'll do much in the NBA, but we will see. If he can keep the turnovers down then he may be a solid player, but otherwise I don't see it.
LeBron James turns the ball over at a prodigious pace. In fact, he was 4th highest in the league in turnovers last season. Obviously he's in a league of his own, but my point is... there's a lot more to basketball than just turnovers. Turner is a potential PG that can pass, get to the basket and rebound extremely well for his position. There's an enormous amount of value in that.
Guys that can break down a defender and get to the rim, while having tremendous court awareness and being able to rebound... they tend to have success in the NBA, especially when they're playing point.
He's tailor made to do well. It's not a sure thing, and no question his handle will have to continue to get better, but I'll be surprised if he isn't at least a solid 10-year vet that starts most of his career.