Most of them go in the books as blocked shots or simple misses.
Jayson Tatum is 350th in the NBA in turnovers per 36 minutes at 1.5 per 36.
I don't think it's hyperbole. He is really bad at it.
That's a bit of hyperbole. Tatum generally does a good job at protecting the ball on his drives using his long arms to keep it away or cupping it tight to his body when needed. However, he's a rookie and hasn't perfected these skills yet.
I'm a little concerned at how many times he is blocked when he is trying to create for himself. However, I think with more reps in figuring out his spots and increased core strength and athleticism that issue will take care of itself.It's equal parts strength and a total inability to protect the ball when going to the hole.
Luckily, those things are exactly the type of thing you expect to improve with time. By this time next year I don't expect it to be a problem at all.
Most of them are blocked shots, not strips when he is going up.
G - Wall, Beal, Satoransky, Randle, McRae
W - Ariza, Porter, Green, Decker, Brown, Robinson
B - Howard, Mahinmi, Bryant, Morris
Picks - '19 1st 2nd(Atl), '20 1st, '21 1st, '22 1st, '23 1st 2nd