"Since he's really slowed down, we've become a much better team," Turgeon said Saturday. "You think of the second half at Duke, the way he played and the way we played and how he's tried to play since.
I obviously have a lot of confidence in him or else I wouldn't be playing him, I wouldn't be starting him. Is he thinking too much? Nick's played one way his whole life, and now he's trying to play another way. Yeah, it's hard on him until he gets a little
but the way he was playing wasn't good for our team."