Report: Turner agrees to 4-year, $80M extension with Pacers
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The Indiana Pacers and center Myles Turner have agreed to a four-year extension worth $80 million, sources told The Athletic's Shams Charania.

The Pacers likely envision Turner as Victor Oladipo's sidekick for the foreseeable future, though the 22-year-old regressed last season - partly due to Oladipo's emergence and Indiana's acquisition of Domantas Sabonis.

Turner joins Karl-Anthony Towns, Devin Booker, and Justise Winslow as the only first-round picks from the 2015 draft class to receive rookie-scale extensions ahead of Monday's deadline. Any such players who haven't been extended by the deadline will hit restricted free agency in the summer.

Turner shot 35.7 percent from long range last season while blocking 1.8 shots per game, showing potential as a 3-and-D center.

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Report: Turner agrees to 4-year, $80M extension with Pacers
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