Myles Turner (hand) ruled out for Pacers against Mavericks
Indiana Pacers forward/center Myles Turner (hand) is out for Wednesday's game against the Dallas Mavericks.
Turner went through an extensive pregame routine but will miss at least one more game while recovering from a fractured right hand. JaKarr Sampson (back) has also been ruled out Wednesday. Doug McDermott started in place of Turner last game and scored 23 points with 5 triples. Turner's absence should also benefit the Mavericks' frontcourt on offense.
The Pacers’ defensive rating has dropped to 113.7 this season when Turner isn't on the court. McDermott scored 24.2 FanDuel points in his last start and he has a salary of $3,800 on Wednesday's slate.
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