The three-point line is not Evan Turner's friend

On November 4, Evan Turner went 1-for-2 from downtown in the Celtics two-point loss at Indiana.  Two days later, Turner knocked down 2-of-4 threes in the C's rout of the Wizards.  In the game after that, he went 1-for-4 from deep during Boston's win in Milwaukee.

From 11/4-11/10, Turner connected on four three-pointers in three games (4-10, 40%).  Unfortunately, he's hit only one since:

One successful three-point attempt in the last 35 days.  Yikes.  Turner is shooting 4.1 percent from beyond the arc during the stretch.  Double yikes.

For the season, he's 5-of-37, a 13.5-percent clip.  It's easily the worst in the NBA for any player who's taken at least 25 threes this year (Jerami Grant is second at 10-53 for 18.9%, and oddly enough his brother Jerian is third, 5-26 for 19.2%).

Take the ball to the hoop Evan.

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