It was June 24, 2010, when the 76ers picked Evan Turner second overall in the NBA Draft, and immediately they had visions of Turner and Jrue Holiday playing together in the backcourt for at least a decade.

Back then Turner was 21, Holiday was 20, and the future seemed limitless.

First, however, came the requisite growing pains. Holiday had to learn how to become a scoring point guard, knowing when to attack and when to run the team. Turner, meanwhile, had to learn basically everything, including finding a way to get on the court.