There's a great deal of uncertainty about whether the Sixers will offer Evan Turner a contract extension by Thursday's deadline. But the 6-foot-7 swingman, who is heading into the final year of his contract, is not concerned. "I'm going to get money regardless," he said after Friday's practice at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic medicine. "I'm not really going to worry about that. "I just want to take it day by day and keep becoming a better player." Turner expected to be traded this summer. And the Sixers still could try to trade him during the season. But so far, he along with forward Thaddeus Young and center Spencer Hawes have been the team leaders. That's a role Turner cherishes even though there's uncertainty surrounding his future in Philadelphia.
Turner's future with Sixers uncertain
Philly.com | Oct 26