While Turner is considered to be one of the top perimeter-shooting big men in the NBA, joining the 50/40/90 club is a highly ambitious goal. Only seven players have achieved this feat in the history of the league, with none considered to be centers. But that isn’t preventing Turner, who recorded a 54.8/37.3/78.3/ shooting split last season, from aiming to become the eighth. “And really, 50/40/90 is obviously a big goal for me as well. I think that’s something that I think is attainable,” Turner said on the podcast. Turner’s field goal and three-point percentages last season were career-highs, but the foul shooting may be the biggest issue. He’s made 80 percent of his attempts just once in his career (2016-17) and sits at 77.1% for his career. Whether Turner becomes a 50/40/90 player or not, the shooting numbers and shot-blocking make him a valuable center in fantasy leagues.