4 Pacers at risk of being traded this summer

The Indiana Pacers will have some tough decisions to make this summer.

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1. Myles Turner

Myles Turner has been a very good player for the Pacers for nearly a decade. He's survived a multitude of coaches and co-stars.

Granted, he's always been on the trade market and was penciled in as a sure thing to go to the Los Angeles Lakers, several times. But he's never allowed it to get to him and has continued to be an elite rim protector and perennial All-Defensive big man.

To that point, he's twice led the league in blocks and averages 2.1 swats per contest for his career. And on the other end, he's highly efficient, as he's been at or above 60 percent true shooting in each of the last four years.

Last season he was at 65 percent true shooting and this season he's been at 62 percent. He also provides floor spacing and averages 35 percent in his career as a long-range shooter.

The Pacers have been re-tooling their roster and could decide to finally move Turner this summer, who is one of only three players that were on the Pacers when they last reached the postseason. It would be quite tempting to move him, as he'd have a robust market if Indy deems themselves ready to move on without him.

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