Hansbrough played 16 minutes and did exactly what he's supposed to do. He provides energy, hustle and interior toughness.
He recorded nine points on 3-for-5 shooting, along with five offensive rebounds and never gave up on any play.
Augustin played just 11 minutes and didn't attempt a single shot. While he was on the floor, he didn't contribute much on offense other than giving the ball to Stephenson or George and watching them make a play.
He wasn't a detriment to the team whatsoever, but he didn't really affect the outcome of this game.
Green has had an inconsistent regular season and saw his minutes go up and down.
However, he proved he could still score the ball at a decent level, going 3-for-7 from beyond the arc. He didn't do much else, but his 11 points off the bench helped the Pacers maintain the lead, while the starters were resting.
Pendergraph didn't have a great game and accumulated three fouls in less than 14 minutes on the floor, and never got into a groove offensively.
Like Hansbrough he provided a rugged rebounding presence and energy off the bench to complement the Pacers front-court depth.