Add Myles Turner to the list of young, agile centers who can knock down jumpers anywhere from 10 to 23 feet away from the basket. While Turner’s numbers are less flashy than, say, a Karl-Anthony Towns or Kristaps Porzingis, Turner (still only 20) is a better defender than either one. He’s third in the league in blocked shots per game (2.4), and is always an active presence around the rim. His post-up game is strong, and shoots at about 80 percent from the free-throw line, which is terrific for someone his height. Where Turner can improve is on the glass. He grabs 7.3 rebounds per game, a number certainly any basketball player would take, but given Turner’s athleticism and size, he should be among the league leaders in that category.