Pacing For Big Things: Paul George Is The Future In Indiana

January 27th, 2011 by Zachary Stanley Leave a reply »
The Indiana Pacers are rattling off another mediocre year with a similar cast to the one that has produced similar results in recent seasons. It does not look like the Pacers have playoff potential but anything is possible when you are in the East. Regardless, this team has neither the talent nor the chemistry to be taken seriously.

A smart organization would look to train its young talent, giving players experience for the future. But hey, this is Indiana. A place where the mention of Larry Bird's run as head of basketball operations makes fans cringe.

On January 22, TrueHoop reported that the Pacers' front office was not please with head coach Jim O'Brien, and rightfully so. O'Brien's unorthodox lineup switches and rotations has puzzled management as well as fans.

It looks like O'Brien may finally be recognizing that there might be a mild resolution to his stagnant lineup, announcing that he might soon be ready to move rookie forward Paul George into the rotation permanently, in place of Brandon Rush. If you haven't noticed George yet, you probably will soon.

The Pacers selected George (Fresno State) with the 12th pick in the 2010 d ...

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