The comparison with Turner only makes sense if they used Turner as a center and as the primary PnR big. I don't have the numbers off the top of my head, but I'm willing to bet they did not do that much with Turner. He was mostly the second point guard or relegated to the corner. The analysis is suggesting that Nance can be the guy who plays off the short roll. Sometimes Dame can't make that pass when he's doubled, and if the ball arrives in Nance's hands past the three point line then it's not really much different than giving the ball up to CJ/Turner or anyone else. But if Dame can make the short roll pass, Nance has so far done a much better job than anyone else we've had in the past playing 4 on 3, except maybe 18-19 Nurk.