NBA Trades: 3 realistic Myles Turner trades for the Pacers

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NBA Trades: 3 realistic Myles Turner trades for the Pacers
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Caris LeVert was just traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers and there are only a couple of days left until the NBA trade deadline. Now, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner could be the nest to be moved.

Sabonis probably has the highest trade value on the team and with the Indiana Pacers heading toward a full rebuild, they’re expected to gut their roster.

That being said, Turner is expected to have a ton of value as well. There are a ton of teams around the league who are expected to make offers, regardless of his current injury.

What sort of NBA trades could the Pacers receive for their big man? In addition, which of these NBA trades would they be interested in?

NBA Trades: 3 realistic Myles Turner trades for the Pacers – New York Knicks

Knicks receive: Myles Turner, Torrey Craig

Pacers receive: Evan Fournier, Mitchell Robinson, 2023 First-Round Pick (Lottery Protected), 2022 Second-Round Pick, 2024 Second-Round Pick

This trade would see the New York Knicks make a much-needed change while the Indiana Pacers would swap young centers and add some picks, too.

Myles Turner would give the Knicks a clear upgrade at the center position, even if it’s not necessarily their main priority. They’d also get Torrey Craig, who could also help them on both sides of the ball.

As for the Pacers, they would swap out Turner for Mitchell Robinson, who still has a ton of potential. Meanwhile, they would get a second to take on Evan Fournier’s contract, which is needed to match salaries.

The Knicks are supposedly looking to offload some of their veteran contracts, so if they can get rid of Fournier in a deal that also nets them Turner, that’d be a win. Plus, the Pacers would get a young player and some picks.