Can a former Team USA member (Iguodala) and the 2010 Naismith Award winner (Turner) play nicely together? In Sarah Palin's words taken from The Economist: "you betcha.” I'd add: "Betcha bottom dollar," except it's too old school.
What does Palin have to do with NBA basketball? Um…nothing. Her ball-handling game was probably Palin comparison to Iguodala’s and Turner’s. Get it? Pale in comparison.
Never mind. Mind this thought, though. Turner’s offensive game and physique are very similar to Iguodala's. I guess that’s why a lot of people doubt the two teammate’s ability to play together. I’m not one of those people.
Sound incredulous? Well, before you detract me too much, roll through this incredibly entertaining slide show put together by my crack staff…me. I digress when I should be speaking of the Sixers’ future.
The crystal ball outlook could depend on Iguodala and Turner gelling. Having one very solid wing player is nice, but having more than enough could make the Sixers world beaters. If Iggy and E.T. can learn to play together, you betcha. Here are 10 ways how they could…