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2010 NBA Draft: Where Will Evan Turner End Up?

Published by on June 23, 2010

With the NBA draft a little more than a day away, much focus has been given to the top college picks contending for contracts with the league’s teams.   It seems certain that John Wall out of Kentucky will receive the first pick and be drafted to the Washington Wizards, but the rest of this year’s top potential players have less certain futures. The guard from Raleigh, North Carolina has created a buzz throughout the world of basketball, but another, more experienced guard exhibits just as much (if not more) promise as a soon-to-be NBA star. His name is Evan Turner.

Turner, a 21-year-old Junior out of The Ohio State University, attended high school at St. Joseph High School in a suburb of Chicago, Westchester, Illinois. By his senior year, he had become one of the top high school basketball players in the country. He was then recruited by Ohio State (His father lived in Columbus, which made his decision to attend the University much easier), and in his freshman year, he averaged a respectable 27.1 MIN and 8.5 PTS per game. As a sophomore, Turner became the leading scorer in the Big Ten, and he was selected ...

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