April 10, 2018, 10:03 pmMyles TurnerC, Indiana Pacers
Myles Turner was one of a few Pacers regulars to play on Tuesday night but couldn't take advantage of the opportunity, shooting 1-for-8 and finishing with two points, three rebounds, one assist and two blocks in 21 minutes.
It's a fitting end to a massively disappointing yet. Turner couldn't come close to last season's output, let alone the hype generated leading up to his supposed breakout campaign. He took a step back in every category besides 3-pointers, and most of that increase was driven by increased attempts. Turner will finish the season as a top-65/55 value from a per-game perspective and his 64 games push him down to top-75/65 levels on the full season. The young big missed time with an elbow problem, a concussion and knee, ankle and thigh injuries. He's still got tons of talent and might be a prime buy-low candidate in dynasty leagues. Turner has ample room for improvement after this letdown of a season.