It will be interesting to find out how the Indiana Pacers fared in their final regular-season grades.
Collectively, they were an "A" during the first half of the season when they roared off to a 40-12 record before the All-Star break.
However, they were a solid "D" during the second half. We never knew for sure which Pacers squad would show up since that jackrabbit start.
Dissecting each individual Pacer's performance should give us an idea how the team will compete in the postseason.
Both Roy Hibbert and George Hill have been drastically underperforming. Indy needs both men to bring their A-game during the playoffs.
On the other hand, is anyone on the roster capable of getting a higher grade than erstwhile MVP contender Paul George?
For the purposes of this article, we will grade each Indiana player based on his regular-season stats and the impact he made on the team.
Plus, only those players who played in at least three games with Indy over the course of the season will be included.
Sorry, Andrew Bynum fans.