The Indiana Pacers started off the season with a 3-6 record, not even close to the top four Eastern Conference seed that many expected of them. While they have straightened the ship and moved to a 10-9 record, problems have continued to linger on the offensive end.
Somehow, the Pacers have managed to field the best defensive team in the NBA, holding opponents to 91.1 points per game on 40.6 percent shooting from the field. Meanwhile, Indiana has also scored the fewest points per game, 90.3, leading to their poor start.
This poor offense can partly be contributed to the loss of Danny Granger, but this team still has too much talent to be struggling so much.
The blame for this poor start can be spread among the whole team, except for David West, but who are the most to blame for the offensive woes?
Keep reading to find out.
All statistics are up to date as of 12/4/12