One of those players was 6-foot-9 power forward/center C.J. Turman, a player the Volunteers looked to as a front court option to help. Find the perfect C.J Turman stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. Select from 11 premium C.J Turman of the highest quality. Former men's basketball forward C.J. Turman was dismissed from the team preceding FAU's Dec. 29 game at Hofstra under unknown circumstances.
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C.J. TURMAN basketball profile
Weight: 113kg / 248.6lbs
Team:Ovarense (Portugal) (2021-22)
NBA Draft Eligible: 2016 (not drafted)
High School:Morgan County (GA) '14
In the aftermath of Cuonzo Martin’s move from Tennessee to California the players who originally committed to the SEC school had to re-evaluate their options. One of those players was 6-foot-9 power forward/center C.J. Turman, a player the Volunteers looked to as a front court option to help account for the losses of Jeronne Maymon and Jarnell Stokes.
Sunday evening it was reported by Dan McDonald of Rivals.com that Turman’s found a new school, as he’s committed to play at Florida Atlantic under new head coach Michael Curry. That’s big news for Curry, who was hired to replace Mike Jarvis earlier this spring. Florida Atlantic finished the 2013-14 season with a 10-22 record, going 5-11 in Conference USA play.
Turman becomes the third commitment in Florida Atlantic’s 2014 class, and the fact that he’ll be playing at the school isn’t as big of a surprise as it seems. One of Curry’s assistants will be Charlemagne Gibbons, who was Turman’s coach at Morgan County High School in Georgia.
Also expected to be on the staff are Eric Snow, who was a member of Larry Brown’s staff at SMU last season, and Ron Oliver according to Dieter Kurtenbach of the Sun-Sentinel. Florida Atlantic is expected to return two of its top three scorers from last season, with rising sophomore guard Marquan Botley (11.3 ppg) and rising senior forward Justin Raffington (10.1, 8.5 rpg) both averaging double figures.
Basketball stats abbreviations
- MIN: Minutes played
- 2M-2A: Two-points field goal made, attempted
- 3M-3A: Three-points field goal made, attempted
- FG%: Field goal percentage
- 1M-1A: Free throws made, attempted
- 1%: Free throw percentage
- Or: Offensive rebounds
- Dr: Defensive rebounds
- Reb: Total rebounds
- Ast: Assists
- Stl: Steals
- Blk: Blocks
- Fo: Personal fouls
- Pts: Points scored
- Eff: Efficiency
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0 Years Of Service
|Jun 22, 2017 - C.J. Turman went undrafted in the 2017 NBA Draft making him an Unrestricted FA.|
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College:Florida Atlantic (2016)
NCAA Season Stats - Per Game
NCAA Season Stats - Totals
NCAA Season Stats - Misc Stats
|Season||School||Class||GP||Dbl Dbl||Tpl Dbl||40 Pts||20 Reb||20 Ast||Techs||HOB||Ast/TO||Stl/TO||FT/FGA||W's||L's||Win %||OWS||DWS||WS|
NCAA Season Stats - Advanced Stats
|Season||School||Class||GP||TS%||eFG%||ORB%||DRB%||TRB%||AST%||TOV%||STL%||BLK%||USG%||Total S %||PPR||PPS||ORtg||DRtg||PER|
International Regular Season Stats - Per Game
|2016-17||JBC MMCITE Brno||CZ NBL||25||9||14.7||2.88||4.68||.615||0.00||0.00||.000||1.36||2.00||.680||1.32||1.52||2.84||0.12||0.44||0.44||2.32||1.80||7.12|
|2017-18||Apollon Limassol BC||CYP DivA||21||13||22.9||3.86||7.38||.523||0.19||0.90||.211||1.76||2.43||.725||1.76||2.81||4.57||0.52||0.62||0.29||2.62||1.19||9.67|
|2018-19 *||All Teams||All Leagues||36||35||29.3||6.08||10.00||.608||0.00||0.08||.000||1.72||2.42||.713||2.28||4.64||6.92||0.92||0.89||0.53||2.61||1.83||13.89|
|2018-19 *||UBSC Raiffeisen Graz||A Bundeslig||30||29||29.8||6.47||10.63||.608||0.00||0.10||.000||1.77||2.37||.746||2.67||4.63||7.30||0.93||0.93||0.53||2.83||1.97||14.70|
|2018-19 *||UBSC Raiffeisen Graz||Alpe-Adria Cup||6||6||27.0||4.17||6.83||.610||0.00||0.00||.000||1.50||2.67||.562||0.33||4.67||5.00||0.83||0.67||0.50||1.50||1.17||9.83|
|2019-20||U.D. Oliveirense Cacarola||P-LPB||1||0||6.2||1.00||1.00||1.000||0.00||0.00||.000||0.00||0.00||.000||0.00||1.00||1.00||0.00||0.00||0.00||1.00||1.00||2.00|
|2021-22||ADO Basquetebol Sad Ovarense||P-LPB||3||3||22.9||3.33||6.00||.556||0.00||0.00||.000||0.33||0.67||.500||2.67||7.00||9.67||1.00||1.33||0.33||4.00||2.00||7.00|
International Regular Season Stats - Totals
International Regular Season Stats - Misc Stats
International Regular Season Stats - Advanced Stats
|Season||Team||League||GP||GS||TS%||eFG%||ORB%||DRB%||TRB%||AST%||TOV%||STL%||BLK%||USG%||Total S %||PPR||PPS||ORtg||DRtg||PER|
|2016-17||JBC MMCITE Brno||CZ NBL||25||9||.640||.615||10.10||12.36||11.20||1.56||24.46||1.54||2.91||21.85||129.54||-11.23||1.52||101.2||106.0||16.19|
|2017-18||Apollon Limassol BC||CYP DivA||21||13||.572||.535||8.86||15.75||12.12||4.99||12.35||1.52||1.26||20.34||145.86||-3.76||1.31||110.9||111.8||14.79|
|2018-19 *||All Teams||All Leagues||36||35||.628||.608||10.10||21.02||15.51||5.94||14.22||1.68||2.00||21.27||132.10||-4.31||1.39||114.7||110.9||18.35|
|2018-19 *||UBSC Raiffeisen Graz||A Bundeslig||30||29||.630||.608||11.75||20.50||16.12||5.99||14.42||1.75||1.99||22.16||135.46||-4.50||1.38||115.6||109.6||19.95|
|2018-19 *||UBSC Raiffeisen Graz||Alpe-Adria Cup||6||6||.614||.610||1.54||23.98||12.14||5.61||12.72||1.33||2.03||16.39||117.23||-2.26||1.44||108.8||117.4||13.09|
|2019-20||U.D. Oliveirense Cacarola||P-LPB||1||0||1.000||1.000||0.00||22.22||12.58||0.00||50.00||0.00||0.00||16.34||100.00||-16.21||2.00||78.8||113.0||5.43|
|2021-22||ADO Basquetebol Sad Ovarense||P-LPB||3||3||.556||.556||15.99||36.52||26.97||9.22||24.12||3.03||1.51||16.86||105.56||-5.83||1.17||97.8||98.6||15.49|
More C.J. Turman International Stats »
|Jul 14, 2016 - C.J. Turman has signed with CSU Atlassib Sibiu.|
|Sep 21, 2016 - C.J. Turman, previously with CSU Atlassib Sibiu, has signed with BSC Raiffeisen Panthers Furstenfeld.|
|Apr 10, 2019 - C.J. Turman has left UBSC Raiffeisen Graz.|
|Feb 25, 2020 - C.J. Turman, previously with Atletico Argentino de Junin, has signed with U.D. Oliveirense Cacarola.|
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Non-FIBA Events Stats
|2013||NIKE Global Challenge||4||12:30||1.8||2.8||.636||0.0||0.0||.000||0.5||1.0||.500||3.2||0.5||0.8||0.2||1.2||0.0||4.0||Bronze|
Men’s Basketball: Police records show C.J. Turman in alleged abusive relationship
Former men’s basketball forward C.J. Turman was dismissed from the team preceding FAU’s Dec. 29 game at Hofstra under unknown circumstances, leaving fans to question the reason behind the move.
“C.J. has not lived up to the standards required to be a member of our basketball family,” Curry said in a statement preceding the game. “We have worked extremely hard to establish a culture within our program that will lead to a lifetime of success for our student-athletes. C.J. has not met the necessary obligations, which led to this decision. We love C.J. and wish only success for him in the future.”
According to fauowlaccess.com, a domestic abuse allegation by a former girlfriend filed on Oct. 2 of last year may have played into the dismissal of the team’s scoring and rebounding leader.
The woman dated Turman from October 2014 to the time of the allegations according to the report by the Florida Atlantic University Police Department.
She reported eight separate incidents of abusive behavior from March 27, 2015 to the day she filed charges, including allegations of physical abuse and intimidation by a men’s basketball coach to change her statement to the police.
Turman filed countercharges of domestic abuseagainst the female a day after she had filed her allegations.
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Basketball: FAU center C.J. Turman to transfer
Florida Atlantic announced that center C.J. Turman has been dismissed from the basketball team. The sophomore, who was averaging 9.9 points and seven rebounds per game, will transfer.
“C.J. has not lived up to the standards required to be a member of our basketball family,” said head coach Michael Curry in a prepared statement. “We have worked extremely hard to establish a culture within our program that will lead to a lifetime of success for our student-athletes. C.J. has not met the necessary obligations, which led to this decision. We love C.J. and wish only success for him in the future.”
Turman came to Florida Atlantic from Georgia’s Morgan County High School, where he won a state championship. Curry hired Charlemagne Gibbons — Turman’s high school coach — to his coaching staff in May 2014.
The 6-foot-9 Turman originally committed to Tennessee, but he was released from his agreement when then-coach Cuonzo Martin took the head coaching job at California-Berkeley.
He played significant minutes his freshman season with the Owls, regularly spelling Justin Raffington and Kelvin Penn. Turman stepped into a starting role this season and scored a career-high 15 points in a loss to Michigan State on Nov. 13.