The Indiana Pacers have needed to shake up their roster for a little while now. They haven’t won a round in the postseason since they advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2014. Things had seemingly run their course with the core they had and ahead of the 2022 NBA trade deadline, they accepted that reality.
Indiana began the rebuilding process, as they traded Domantas Sabonis to the Sacramento Kings and Caris LeVert to the Cleveland Cavaliers. They also parted ways with Torrey Craig, sending him to the Phoenix Suns.
This offseason, they have already traded Malcolm Brogdon to the Boston Celtics, picking up another future first-round pick in the process. Head first into the rebuild, there are now rumors once again that the team is willing to trade center Myles Turner.
The Pacers have waffled on the decision to trade Turner or not for a long time. He has seemingly been on the block for years but no deal has come to fruition. It looked like his time had finally come ahead of the deadline, but a foot injury sidelined him and tanked his trade value.
LATEST NBA NEWS AND TRADE RUMORS: Indiana Pacers Trending Toward Myles Turner Trade Amid Rebuild
On an expiring contract, Turner has a lot of value around the league. The Pacers will likely look to cash in this offseason, avoiding the trouble of him potentially departing in free agency for no compensation in 2023.
Where could he end up? Let’s take a look at three trade packages from around the league that are centered around Turner.