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It has to be discouraging to players already in place on a team’s roster to see it essentially gutted and left with mostly rookies and minimum salary players in advance of the upcoming season.
That’s what Sixers guard Evan Turner is going through this summer.
After starting all 82 games for Philadelphia last year alongside All-Star point guard Jrue Holiday, Turner has seen his backcourt mate traded and his head coach replaced, without anything close to tangible improvement being made anywhere else on the roster.
The Sixers are projected to be near the bottom of the league-wide standings next year, and Turner, entering his fourth NBA season with the club, is rightfully concerned about his future role and what direction the team may be headed.
New head coach Brett Brown tried to assure Turner that winning is indeed the priority, despite such a rocky offseason.
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