Er...back on topic?
I think Larry Brown is exactly right...all turnovers are not created equal. IMO you can lump them in 2 very general categories. First is Great Intention, Poor Execution and second would be WTF Was That?
Each of these would have multiple subcategories, but with the first you have situations where guys are trying to make a more risky play to get a better than average attempt to score. A good example would be Boris at the top of the key being manned up on D trying to get the ball to Mek underneath the goal. The paint is crowded, but if he can get it past the defenders Mek would most likely get a dunk...a very high percentage shot.
If you don't take the chance you end up passing around the circle and then taking lower percentage jump shots.
Is it worth these risks? Since Boris has entered the starting group there's no doubt Mek has gotten easier buckets and we've seen the end results with our .500 +/- record since the trade.
Like LB, I can live with that.
The second category should be self explanatory.