Before I get into Category Strategy, I just want to hit on a few things about what happened/didnít happen at the trade deadline.
Of course, the big move was Indiana acquiring Evan Turner for Danny Grangerís cadaver. I think itís a little risky to bring in Turner, as he could cause some end-of-game lineup questions. The urge to keep Turner in if heís playing well at the end of a game and keep George Hill on the bench could get the better of coach Frank Vogel. I donít think you want Turner on the floor at the end of a close game in the playoffs. He needs the ball in his hand to be successful, and while thatís fine if heís a sixth or seventh man, no team with Turner creating at the end of games is a true title contender. People talked about the Andrew Bynum signing as a risky chemistry move, but I think the Turner acquisition is far more dicey. However, I think Vogel is smart enough to use Turner correctly, and I still have them as the favorites to come out of the Eastern Conf
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