Indiana Pacers Power Rankings: Rating Every Player After First 6 Weeks

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Indiana Pacers Power Rankings: Rating Every Player After First 6 Weeks
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The Indiana Pacers are 17-2 as of Dec. 6—the best record in the NBA.

Just how does each Indiana Pacer stack up in the latest player power rankings? 

We all know franchise player Paul George is head and shoulders above everybody else at this point, but it would still be interesting to see how guys such as Lance Stephenson (who's had two triple-doubles) and Luis Scola (playing in a new role off the bench) have been faring in Indy's overall scheme of things. 

How about backup point guard C.J. Watson? Has he done a good job in shaking off his early-season shooting struggles?

Pacers fans can also make a case for Defensive Player of the Year candidate Roy Hibbert, whose stonewall defense has made life miserable for the opposition. 

For the purposes of this article, each Pacer will be ranked according to his overall stats and on-court contributions which have helped Indy become the championship-caliber squad it is. 

Unless the other Pacers do something drastic, George may run away with top honors for the entire season with the way things are going. 


Note: Unless otherwise noted, stats are current as of Dec. 6 and are courtesy of ESPN. 

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