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Posts Tagged ‘Evan Turner.’

76ers pick up Evan Turner’s option

 

The Philadelphia 76ers have picked up the contract option on former Ohio State Buckeyes’ star Evan Turner.

The option will keep the 24-year-old in Philadelphia through the 2013-14 season.

Evan Turner driving against Gilbert Arenas (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

The 76ers have made the playoffs in both of Turner’s seasons in the NBA.

During his rookie year of 2010-11, Turner played in 78 games, started 14, 3.9 rpg with 7.2 ppg.

Last season, 2011-12, the Chicago native played in 65 games, with 20 starts, 5.8 rpg and 9.4 ppg.

Wisconsin at Ohio State update: Buckeyes hanging tough at the half, trails 7-3

 

Buckeyes defense has had Badgers QB Russell Wilson scrambling (Megasportsnews.com photo)

The Buckeyes continue to hang with them as the saying goes as the halftime score at soldout Ohio Stadium is 7-3 Wisconsin.

The Buckeyes produced the only score of the 2nd quarter as kicker Drew Basil’s 39-yard field goal hit the left upright but it was good.

The Buckeyes defense put constant pressure on the Badgers star quarterback Russell Wilson.

The Homecoming crowd have been treated with visits from Byron Mullins, Evan Turner and Michael Redd and Eddie George.

Eddie George is being honored for his upcoming induction into the National College Football Hall of Fame.

(Megasportsnews.com photo)

The stats at the half has Wisconsin with 127 yards of total offense and the Buckeyes with 104. The Badgers have only 10 yards on the ground.

 

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Awards piling up for Sullinger; named to Wooden Team

 

John Wooden (Indiana State photo)

Evan Turner of Ohio State won the Wooden Award last year and Jared Sullinger has a chance to win it this year.

The top five vote-getters will be invited to Los Angeles for the John Wooden Award trophy presentation on April 8.

Ohio State freshman star Jared Sullinger was named to the 10-man Wooden Award All-American team by the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

Joining Sullinger on the team are: Derrick Williams of Arizona, Jimmer Fredette of BYU, Kemba Walker of UConn, Ben Hansbrough of Notre Dame, Nolan Smith of Duke, JaJuan Johnson of Purdue, Jacob Pullen of Kansas State, Kawhi Leonard of San Diego State and Marcus Morris of Kansas.

 

 

Sullinger named first-team All-American

 

Jared Sullinger (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

The Ohio State Buckeyes basketball team has had eight first-team All-Americans in the program’s history. They are: Dick Schnittker, 1950; Robin Freeman, 1955-56; Jerry Lucas, 1960, 61, 62; Gary Bradds, 1963-64; Jim Jackson, 1992; Greg Oden, 2007; Evan Turner, 2010 and now Jared Sullinger in 2011.

There have been seven freshmen voted to the Associated Press first team All-American squad in the past five years.

Ohio State has two of them, in Greg Oden and Jared Sullinger.

Sullinger, who averaged 17.2 points and 10.1 rebounds, is the first Buckeyes’ player to average a double-double since Brad Sellers in 1986. He was one of two freshmen in NCAA Division I play to average double-double in points and rebounds; the other player was South Alabama Jaguars player Augustine Rubit.

Sullinger joins Connecticut junior Kemba Walker and seniors JaJuan Johnson of Purdue, Nolan Smith of Duke and Jimmer Fredette of Brigham Young.

 

 

LaQuinton Ross joins Matta’s 2011 class at Ohio State

Thad Matta brings into another NBA-type player (file photo)

LaQuinton Ross liked Ohio State for several reason.

He liked the campus on his visit; feels OSU can win a national title; likes how they developed Evan Turner into an NBA second-round pick and he sees himself as a one-and-player.

The 6’8 guard from Mississippi signed with the Buckeyes earlier in the week and became the fourth member of the 2011 recruiting class.

He joins 6’2 point guard Shannon Scott, 6’6 wing Sam Thompson and 6’9 Trey McDonald.

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

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