Myles Turner is set to leave BDA Sports and join CAA, sources told Marc Stein of Substack.
Turner was with BDA Sports for two years.
Turner, in the last year of his contract, has most recently been linked with a potential trade to the Clippers.
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They discuss how the Pacers are pushing the ball, their fascinating offensive wrinkles, strong starts for Tyrese Haliburton and Myles Turner, their big upcoming road trip and much more.
De'Aaron Fox and Tyrese Haliburton have been name the NBA's Players of the Week for Week 5.
Fox averaged 25.0 points and 8.0 assists as the Sacramento Kings went 3-0.
Haliburton averaged 21.0 points, 11.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds as the Indiana Pacers also went 3-0.
The Los Angeles Clippers are reportedly interested in acquiring Myles Turner, sources told Eric Pincus of Bleacher Report.
Looking to replace Isaiah Hartenstein, the team is willing to part ways with some of its wing depth as opposed to John Wall or Reggie Jackson.
The Clippers have first-round picks in 2028 and 2029 to throw into any trade.
Turner has frequently been linked with the Lakers.
Indiana Pacers center Daniel Theis is out indefinitely after right knee surgery. The surgery was necessary to relieve consistent pain Theis has felt in the knee since EuroBasket this past summer.
Theis was traded to the Pacers last offseason in a deal that sent Malcolm Brogdon to the Boston Celtics. Theis has yet to appear in a game for Indiana this season.
The Pacers owe Theis over $27 million through the 2024-25 season. That final season is a team option for Indiana. It's expected the Pacers will be open to trading Theis this season, as they have several other options at the center position.
The Cleveland Cavaliers were minutes away from acquiring Paul George from the Indiana Pacers in 2017, which would have allowed them to pair him with both LeBron James and Kyrie Irving.
A conference call was scheduled to finalize the terms, but the deal fell apart when it came to getting final ownership approvals.
The Cavaliers would have sent out Kevin Love to the Denver Nuggets and at least one future first round pick in exchange for George. The Pacers would have acquired Gary Harris and multiple picks.
George was instead eventually traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Chris Duarte of the Indiana Pacers will reportedly miss four-to-six weeks due to a Grade 2 ankle sprain. The second-year wing was injured in a game against the Miami Heat on Friday night.
Duarte has appeared in all nine of the Pacers games thus far this season, with five starts. The 6-foot-6 wing out of Oregon has averaged 8.9 points per game in those nine games.
With Duarte out, look for Indiana to lean on Aaron Nesmith, who has missed three games with injury issues of his own, and rookie Bennedict Mathurin more on the wing. The Pacers have also run a lot of three-guard lineups to open the season.
Myles Turner said that the Los Angeles Lakers should take a "very hard look" at trading for him on a recent episode of "The Woj Pod" with Adrian Wojnarowski.
"If I'm the Lakers, I take a very hard look at this with the position that you're in. I know what I can provide for a team -- my leadership, my shot-blocking, my 3-point ability and just my ability to make plays out there on the floor.
"And I take a very long look at it," said Turner.
The Lakers reportedly considered trading Russell Westbrook and two first-round picks for Turner and Buddy Hield at the start of October.
Turner added that he understood the value of first-round picks.
"We all know picks are so valuable in this league, and someone like myself, I'm heading into the last year of my deal and you want to make sure you're getting a return for your assets," said Turner.
Turner is averaging 12.7 points, 6.7 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game this season.
Myles Turner is expected to be out at least one week due to a sprained ankle, sources told Shams Charania of The Athletic.
Turner suffered the sprain after landing on a ball boy's foot during pregame warmups.
Turner appeared in just 42 games last season due to a stress reaction in his left foot.
Myles Turner missed the Indiana Pacers' regular-season opener against the Washington Wizards due to a left ankle sprain.
Turner reportedly suffered the injury after landing on a ball boy's foot during pregame warmups.
Turner played just 42 games for the Pacers last season due to a stress reaction in his left foot.