With the trade deadline looming, Evan Turner is on the move to his second NBA team, per Yahoo!'s indomitable NBA reporter, Adrian Wojnarowski.
Turner, who is averaging a career-high 17.4 points per game this season, will go from the 15-40 (last place in the Atlantic Division) Philadelphia 76ers to the 41-13 (first place in the Central Division) Indianapolis Pacers.
Turner was a consensus All-American and National Player of the Year during his final season for the Buckeyes in 2010, finishing first in the Big Ten in points (20.4), second in rebounds (9.2) and second in assists (6.0)
Oh yeah, Turner has prior experience making magic on his new home court: