If you want to see a club that excels on both ends of the floor for 48 minutes, feast your eyes on Frank Vogel's Indiana Pacers.
Sure, the Miami Heat own a better knockout punch (LeBron James), the Chicago Bulls have their hero back and the Brooklyn Nets have a loaded front line. But Indiana is the most complete team.
There are playmakers in George Hill, Paul George, Lance Stephenson and Danny Granger. There is a strong post presence in Roy Hibbert, David West and Luis Scola. There is ample bench support from C.J. Watson, Chris Copeland and Solomon Hill.
Most importantly, it's a group that prides itself in total collaboration and fundamentals. Indiana is a team that can speed it up, slow it down, grind it out or launch from deep, depending on what's needed. That's basketball at its finest.