I counted 4 unforced turnovers by Bledsoe in the game vs Toronto. I considered them unforced because they were a result of just him and not an pressure by the opposing team. Three of them were on fast breaks where an easy basket was assured. Another was on a drive where he just threw it so hard/fast that Blake had no chance to get it (they were about 6 feet away from each other). I understand that he has great athleticism and shows clear flashes of that BUT it seems like its a 3 to 1 ratio of bad unforced turnovers vs flashes of greatness. I agreed with the tv commentator that he is going for the highlight play over just take it slow. I will give him credit that in the ATL and Cleveland games he made free throws very late in each game.
Foye is the original turnover machine. I counted about 11 turnovers in the ATL and Orlando games and another 2-3 in the Toronto game. These were all unforced where he was trying a risky alley-oop or bad pass while he was out of control. With Bledsoe, one could chalk it up to youth and inexperience. With Foye, he should know better.