Indiana Pacers Offseason: A Revised Look at What Indy Should Do

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Indiana Pacers Offseason: A Revised Look at What Indy Should Do
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A month ago, I laid out 10 (it was really seven, but one was extremely important) suggestions that the Indiana Pacers should do this offseason.

Well, two were accomplished (the re-signing of George Hill, and draft someone that isn't going to screw everything up) and two were blissfully ignored (keep Larry Bird and sign Eric Gordon).

But a lot has changed since the first article was written. Houston went from being a glutton for point guards and now has none. Steve Nash is now in Los Angeles, Jason Kidd is in New York, Ray Allen took his talents to South Beach. Brooklyn is basically bankrupt with only four players on their roster. 

The landscape of the East is altering and the biggest glacier to break-off (Dwight Howard) hasn't even consummated his forced trade yet.

What does this all mean for the Indiana Pacers?

Yes they drafted a big (Miles Plumlee) and a wing (Orlando Johnson) and re-signed Hill. But will you fulfill all the promise you created last year when your roster looks like this:

PG George Hill Darren Collison  
SG Paul George Lance Stephenson Orlando Johnson
C Miles Plumlee    
SF Danny Granger Dahntay Jones  
PF David West Tyler Hansbrough Jeff Pendergraph

I don't think so. There is still work to be done. And here is what the Pacers should do.

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