Team RankingPTS/GOPP PTS/G
Central Division104.4 (3rd)105.3 (4th)
Eastern Conference9th9th
NBA19th15th
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Power Forwards
1. K. Seraphin
2. L. Allen
Centers
1. M. Turner
2. L. Allen
Small Forwards
1. P. George
2. G. Robinson III
Shooting Guards
1. C. Miles
2. M. Ellis
Point Guards
1. J. Teague
2. A. Brooks
 
Last Updated: 03/29/2017
 
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Last Five Games
3/28 vs. MIN
T. YoungSF
M. TurnerC
J. TeaguePG
P. GeorgeSF
M. EllisPG
 
3/26 vs. PHI
J. TeaguePG
P. GeorgeSF
M. EllisPG
T. YoungSF
M. TurnerC
 
3/24 vs. DEN
M. TurnerC
P. GeorgeSF
C. MilesSF
J. TeaguePG
T. YoungSF
 
3/22 vs. BOS
T. YoungSF
P. GeorgeSF
M. TurnerC
J. TeaguePG
C. MilesSF
 
3/20 vs. UTA
P. GeorgeSF
C. MilesSF
J. TeaguePG
T. YoungSF
M. TurnerC

Most Frequent Lineup
 PPGRPGAPG
P. GeorgeSF22.66.43.3
C. MilesSF10.73.00.6
J. TeaguePG15.34.27.8
T. YoungSF10.55.71.6
M. TurnerC14.77.21.3
 
Notes
  • 67 different lineups used this season.
  • Most frequent lineup used in 2 games.

Other Frequent Lineups
2 Game(s)
T. YoungSF
J. TeaguePG
P. GeorgeSF
G. Robinson IIISG
M. TurnerC
2 Game(s)
T. YoungSF
J. TeaguePG
C. MilesSF
M. TurnerC
P. GeorgeSF
2 Game(s)
G. Robinson IIISG
T. YoungSF
M. TurnerC
J. TeaguePG
P. GeorgeSF
2 Game(s)
P. GeorgeSF
M. TurnerC
J. TeaguePG
T. YoungSF
M. EllisPG
1 Game(s)
P. GeorgeSF
T. YoungSF
M. TurnerC
C. MilesSF
J. TeaguePG

 
 
 

Monta Ellis, #11, 6-3, 185
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6626.99.03.32.81.00.3
 
News
Ellis will start at shooting guard for Sunday's game against the 76ers.

Coach Nate McMillan said he was hoping to play a little faster Sunday, which was his reasoning for inserting Ellis into the top unit. C.J. Miles will head to the bench in the corresponding move and could see a slight down tick in minutes. In 23 previous starts this season, Ellis has averaged 9.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists across 31.2 minutes.

C.J. Miles, #0, 6-6, 225
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6823.410.60.62.90.60.4
 
News
Miles will come off the bench for Sunday's game against the 76ers.

Coach Nate McMillan is looking to speed up the game flow Sunday, so he's opted to go with Monta Ellis over Miles as the team's starting shooting guard. It remains to be seen if this is just a one-game experiment or if this will be a lineup used more frequently as the season comes to a close, but either way, it likely means a few less minutes for Miles.

Aaron Brooks, #00, 6-0, 161
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
5713.34.81.91.00.40.1
 
News
Brooks recorded 18 points (6-15 FG, 4-5 3Pt, 2-2 FT), two rebounds, one assist and one steal over 28 minutes in Wednesday's 110-97 loss to the Grizzlies.

It looked like Brooks wanted to win the game on his own in the first half, as the journeyman point guard drained all four of his 3-pointers and another 2-point shot in the first two quarters. He usually only averages 13.3 minutes of usage behind Jeff Teague, but the team exhausted itself trying to keep up with Mike Conley and as a result, Brooks saw some more time and took advantage of the opportunity. Despite this exceptional outing, Brooks is essentially a role player who has little fantasy value. Unless something happens to Teague, he should remain on the waiver wire.

Lavoy Allen, #5, 6-9, 260
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
5514.62.90.93.60.30.4
 
Jeff Teague, #44, 6-2, 186
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7432.415.47.84.21.30.4
 
News
Teague scored 20 points (6-12 FG, 0-4 3Pt, 8-9 FT) while adding 10 assists, three rebounds and a steal in 41 minutes during Tuesday's 115-114 loss to the Timberwolves.

The double-double was his 15th of the season, tying his previous career high, but Teague arguably wore the goat horns in this one after getting called for a somewhat questionable foul on a Ricky Rubio three-point attempt with 3.4 seconds left in the game, only to watch the Minnesota point guard sink all three free throws to give him team the win. Teague has still scored 20 or more points in four of the last five games, averaging 20.6 points, 6.8 assists, 2.8 boards, 2.2 three-pointers and 1.4 steals over that stretch, and he should stay productive over the final weeks of the season as the Pacers try to clinch a playoff spot.

Paul George, #13, 6-9, 220
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6735.522.83.26.41.50.3
 
News
George scored 22 points (8-17 FG, 3-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT) to go along with four assists, three rebounds, two steals and two blocked shots over 36 minutes in Wednesday's 110-97 loss to the Grizzlies.

George posted yet another balanced stat line on Wednesday, and as the unquestioned top producer for the Pacers, their postseason success is squarely on his shoulders. Owners shouldn't be concerned about the Pacers resting George though, as they will be jockeying for playoff position in the East until the final buzzer. George should keep his season pace of 22.9 points and 6.4 rebounds per game until the end of the season.

Kevin Seraphin, #1, 6-10, 278
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
4211.14.30.52.90.10.4
 
Glenn Robinson III, #40, 6-6, 222
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
6920.76.10.73.60.60.3
 
Injuries
Calf - Expected to be out until at least Apr 10 (Updated - 3/29/17)
News
Robinson (calf) is scheduled to be reevaluated later next week.

Given the timetable provided by the Pacers, it appears safe to conclude that Robinson will be out through at least the April 6 game against the Bucks, meaning he'll be sidelined for the next five contests. With the regular season coming to an end the following week, it's possible that Robinson may not see the court again in 2016-17 if the Pacers fail to reach the playoffs. His ongoing absence should allow Monta Ellis and C.J. Miles to pick up some extra playing time, with the former offering more fantasy appeal of the two thanks to his recent promotion to the starting five.

Myles Turner, #33, 6-11, 243
2016-17 Regular Season Stats
GPMINPPGASTREBSTLBLK
7331.114.71.37.20.92.1
 
News
Turner finished with 17 points (7-9 FG, 3-4 FT), 16 rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal across 34 minutes during Sunday's 107-94 victory over the 76ers.

In addition to tying his season high rebounding total, Turner scored efficiently from the field and was a defensive presence. He's been on a defensive tear lately, totaling five steals and 12 blocks over the past four games. That being said, Turner is shooting a horrible 12.5 percent from beyond the arc over the past 22 games -- an oddity considering he's making 34.0 percent of his attempts on the season.