Reports have surfaced that the Indiana Pacers have let SG/SF Evan Turner, whom they acquired from the Philadelphia 76ers during the middle of the season to shore up their offense, become an unrestricted free agent. The Pacers declined to extend the former No. 2 pick a qualifying offer that would have paid him $8.7 million on the last year of his rookie contract.
Turner originally started at SG during his rookie season but slid over to the SF spot for the rest of his Philly tenure.
The Sacramento Kings' problems at SG are well-known and the position is currently one of the weakest on the team. Should the Kings pursue Tuner as a solution to their SG woes? Do you see him mainly as a SF instead? Would his game translate well in the coaching staff's gameplan?