Tony Parker, PG, Spurs, A
Tony Parker did not have a great game, but he was active throughout and had a strong all-around performance.
Parker was able to get plenty of rest during the game, as the Spurs jumped out to a large lead in the first quarter and were able to sustain it without relying on the point guard's playing ability.
Parker did not shoot that great from the field, but it didn't matter as his seven assists and four rebounds show how he had his fingers in all aspects of the game. Finishing the game at a +13 PER is nothing to sneeze at, so Parker gets an A.
George Hill, PG, Pacers, B+
George Hill really did try tonight. You could tell he wanted to have a good game in front of his old team, but it just didn't work out the way he wanted to. Hill was the only Pacer on the floor that showed any real enthusiasm, but, his play did not match his enthusiasm. Shooting 5-of-15 from the field and not running the Pacers' offense like he is capable of doing hurt the Pacers.
Good job, good effort for Hill. B+.