Ohio State’s Evan Turner is a Better Fit for the New Jersey Nets

February 28th, 2010 by DeAnte Mitchell Leave a reply »

The debate over National Player of the Year is a trending topic. As the NCAA season is coming to an end, the topic is really starting to pick up steam. The two ahead of everyone are John Wall, the freshman guard from Kentucky, and guard Evan Turner from the soaring Ohio State Buckeyes.

As the NCAA season progressed, it was all about John Wall. The Kentucky guard no doubt deserves the attention because he has played more like a fifth-year senior rather than a freshman. During his stay with Kentucky, he has broken the all-time Kentucky assist record with 16 and is only one of three players who have done it this year.

Not to mention, Wall is the leader of the No. 2 team in the nation, with a record that includes only two losses.

“The Nets lack a true starting-caliber small forward," New Jersey Nets featured columnist David Glazer stated.

This would negate the point of selecting a poi ...

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