Evan Turner July 2014

The Indiana Pacers have decided to let Evan Turner become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, but he's likely going to have to wait on LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony until he can be able to sign anywhere.

Turner does have a team on his radar, though. According to Darren Wolfson of ESPN 1500, the former No. 2 overall pick of the 2010 NBA Draft could head to the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Wolfson reports it would be under a one-year deal for Turner:

Playing one season for the Wolves could help him re-establish his market value for 2015. Whether the feeling is reciprocal will play out in the coming weeks.

As some have noted, the T-Wolves haven't had the best success with their own or others' No. 2 overall picks. They haven't done so good with the likes of Michael Beasley, Darko Milicic and Derrick Williams — all who were No. 2 picks of the draft.

I guess that doesn't mean the same goes for Turner, though. Minnesota is also looking at Kris Humphries and Trevor Brooker reportedly as well.

Turner, 25, averaged 14 points and five rebounds per game last season.


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