Several teams appear to be interested in Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner.
On Friday, Kevin O'Connor of the Ringer said on The Mismatch podcast that the Golden State Warriors and Pacers had trade discussions around Turner.
H/t NBA Central (Tweet below and article here from Ahn Fire Digital).
On Sunday, SNY's Ian Begley reported that the Pacers have also had discussions with the New Orleans Pelicans about Turner (see Tweet below from Begley and article can be read in the hyperlink).
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