The verdict is out on the 2012-13 Indiana Pacers.
The Pacers finished 49-32, copping their first Central Division Championship since 2003-04 and locking up the third playoff seed in the Eastern Conference.
Of course, the team never would have made it this far without the valuable contribution of each individual component. That being said, it's time to size up each Indiana Pacer and hand out grades for the 2012-13 NBA regular season.
For the purposes of this article, each player will be graded on the basis of his 2012-13 NBA regular season statistics which include:
- Field goal percentage
- Three-point percentage
- Free throw percentage
Were Jeff Pendergraph's on-court contributions enough to overshadow the introduction dance he's known for at Pacers games?
Was D.J. Augustin consistent enough to earn him a passing mark?
Was Paul George's breakout season sufficient to earn him top honors among his teammates?
Let us not waste any more time in finding out.