No team in the NBA was more consistent with their starting lineup last year than the Indiana Pacers. They only used five different starting fives last year, and of their 66 regular-season games, they trotted out the same lineup 54 times. They have one of the best starting units in the league, but certain situations call for certain players to be on the floor.
Whether it's to help the offense or the defense, changes must be made late in games. Indiana is a team that has many versatile players that can play multiple positions on the floor. This flexibility comes in handy when facing opponents who don't have the same type of options. Outside of the original starting five, here are five different lineups we could see this season.