Marcus Smart gets to start in the third quarter ahead of Evan Turner. Unclear if it's a coaches decision or has to do with ET's thumb.
Marcus Smart starts ahead of a struggling Evan Turner to start the second half.
Marcus Smart starts second half for Evan Turner and is smothering Mario Chalmers out there. Bradley opens up with some hot shooting.
Marcus Smart starts the second half for Evan Turner.
Evan Turner in the last 2 games: 2-for-16, 2 assists, 4 turnovers.
James Young checks in for Evan Turner, who is 0/5 today. Crucial Young starts getting more minutes.
Evan Turner had 47.4 percent true shooting in January. He has started February 0-for-5.
Does any team in the league watch Evan Turner and wish they had him?
Stevens was asked about Smart's defense on Harden, reminded media that Evan Turner did a nice job too.
Maybe the Celtics should give Evan Turner the rest of the night off. Mercy.
Oh my... What James Harden just did to Evan Turner... No, I'm not going to even say it.
Evan Turner looks ready to go home.
I've certainly written "starting point guard Evan Turner" a lot more times than I anticipated coming into this season.
Evan Turner on James Harden: "I think he's the toughest guy to guard in the league head-up."
Chatting with media after shootaround this morning, Evan Turner smiles and says, "I'm just trying not to get fined."
Quietly Evan Turner blocked a Klay Thompson jumper the other night. Not quite as rare as 37-pt quarter, but still very rare.
Evan Turner is hurt. He's shaking his left hand.
Evan Turner's really gotta stop with the careless turnovers. Opponents get 4 to 6 points off his lazy passes every game.
Evan Turner: "When it comes down to it, I think we had a great chance at winning the game and just need to eliminate little things."
Evan Turner on Marcus Smart: "His intangibility, his intangibles are crazy."
Wonder if Aldridge delays the surgery if Evan Turner's three doesn't go in on Thursday.
Evan Turner on Avery Bradley: "He was big time tonight... He made a couple of shots where it looked like we were running out of options."