The Indiana Pacers have gotten off to a slow start this NBA season. The team has continued to struggled achieve wins on a consistent basis and currently sit with an 6-11 record.
Performances like that are a cause for concern in Indiana. They had hoped bringing Rick Carlisle back as head coach would help turn things around, but thus far, it looks like more of the same.
Granted, the team is currently without T.J. Warren. However, the team’s struggles have continued despite Caris LeVert making his return to the lineup.
One of the players to keep an eye on when it comes to potential trade is center Myles Turner. Turner is someone the team has reportedly been looking to trade for more than two years as the organization went back and forth on whether or not to break up their jumbo frontcourt pairing.
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This could be the time that the Indiana Pacers actually pull the trigger on doing so, leaving Domantas Sabonis as the center in Indiana. If that occurs, there will be plenty of teams interested in the shot-blocking extraordinaire.
Which teams could get involved in trade talks with the Indiana Pacers for Turner? Here are two of the best and two of the worst potential landing spots for the former Texas Longhorn.