I know I was high on Turner during his Rookie year, and I have no problem admitting I was wrong. Even though Myles can shoot and rim protect, he cannot rebound. Your starting center has to be able to rebound, and this should be his focus. Instead, Myles cares more about scoring points than rebounding, and it's a problem. I have no problem with Centers scoring points off offensive rebounds, and easy put backs, but Myles camps around for mid-range jump shots. Just my opinion, but it seems silly to have a center better at shooting than rebounding. In 36 minutes tonight Myles grabbed only 5 rebounds, which is unacceptable for a starting center. Myles is basically Roy Hibbert with a better jump shot.
Indiana will never be contenders with a starting center this weak at rebounding. Maybe you can pair him up with a glass eating PF to grab all the rebounds, but this seems like putting a bandaid on a gunshot wound. Eventually, you are going to pay the price having a center weak at rebounding, like what we saw tonight. Trade Myles while he still has the hype and intrigue as the modern "Stretch 5". Get a big that can rebound. We can get scoring from other positions besides center