Philadelphia 76ers swingman Evan Turner, the No. 2 overall draft pick in 2010, did not receive an extension on his rookie contract Thursday before the midnight deadline and seems resigned to a future somewhere other than Philadelphia.

"[First-year 76ers general manager Sam] Hinkie is not my GM. He doesn't owe me anything," Turner said Friday before the Sixers played the Washington Wizards at the Verizon Center. "… We're going in different directions and everything like that."

Turner, 24, is in the fourth and final season of his rookie contract that pays him approximately $6.7 million this season, making him a possible trade candidate. Philadelphia has until June 30 to offer him a $8.7 million fifth-year qualifying offer or he'll become an unrestricted free agent. If the Sixers extend the qualifying offer, Turner will become a restricted free agent, allowing Philadelphia to match any offer he receives from another team.