Well, Pacers fans. People were starting to get questionable about us with the Indiana Pacers not drafting a single point guard in the NBA Draft. You know, I think Lance Stephenson will work. Probably not. But if it does, he won’t be the starter. All Indy would have at point guard is T.J. Ford and Stephenson. Earl Watson won’t be returning probably. Indy will be without A.J. Price for a bit, too. So they need a point guard, and badly. So here is what they should do…
SIGN A POINT GUARD.
Pacers fans have been longing for one. At least I have, at least. People that can be on Indy’s market to be a starting point guard can be players such as Los Angeles Lakers‘ backup point guard Jordan Farmar. I think he can move up to be a starter in Indy and be a difference-maker. I still think trading for Darren Collison or Jonny Flynn can still be possible. But if they sign, another guy could be Raymond Felton. Indy should seriously consider him. Many think he will in fact fall to the Pacers. I hope he does. He’ll easily be a starter and make a change to the team. Mike Miller could also be an option. The Lakers are looking to sign him and be a starter at point guard. Maybe Indy can take a nab at him. Indy could go for J.J. Reddick and switch him to a point guard spot. There are a lot of ways Indy can get a point guard.
But I know they will get one.
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