Spin: In other words, the Pelicans will likely use a three guard lineup consisting of Jrue Holiday, Eric Gordon, and Evans. It's still not clear if Evans starts, or comes off the bench as the teams' sixth man, but he'll still be a primary component of the Pelicans' offense regardless of how he enters games. Evans is a late-mid round target heading into drafts.
Spin: Turner said he's more comfortable with the ball in his hands, which is patently obvious to anyone who has watched his four-year career. Last season, Turner attempted 39 percent of his shots in the paint, 46 percent from 8-24 feet, and the remaining 16 percent from beyond the arc. He shot 42.5 percent from the field as a result and it's hard to envision him being more efficient as a backup swingman and makeshift PG in Boston this season.
Spin: He's expected to miss most if not all of the preseason and may not return until mid-November, though he's hoping to return for opening night. With a reserve role behind one of the league's premier backcourts, there's no reason to bother with the veteran in fantasy leagues.
Spin: George is still hopeful to return this season if the Pacers make the playoffs, but that may not be the likeliest scenario following the broken leg he suffered during a scrimmage with Team USA this summer. While George shouldn't be drafted in standard redraft leagues, fantasy owners should be looking at Solomon Hill as a late-round flier as he has a good chance to inherit George's minutes.