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Pacers C Myles Turner limited in practice because of knee soreness
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner was slightly limited at Wednesday's session due to soreness in his knee, the Indy Star reports.

Coach Frank Vogel noted prior to camp that Turner had been battling knee soreness, but the team is not calling it an "injury."

The rookie will likely be limited throughout camp, but as of now the ailment does not appear to be anything that will hamper him once the regular season starts up at the end of October.

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Paul George slated to be Pacers' starting power forward in 2015-16
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Paul George is expected to begin the season as the Pacers' starting power forward, ESPN's Marc Stein reports.

Rumors have been floated around throughout the offseason suggesting that George may be moved up to the four, and coach Frank Vogel finally offered some confirmation Thursday.

"An idea on paper is to have a starting lineup of George HIll, Monta Ellis, C.J. Miles, Paul George and Ian Mahinmi," Vogel said. A two-time All-Star, George is coming off of a season in which he only played six games after sitting out most of the year following a gruesome leg injury sustained during a Team USA scrimmage last summer.

George has primarily functioned as a small forward for the Pacers throughout his young career, but the team is thin in the frontcourt after parting with David West, Luis Scola, Chris Copeland and Roy Hibbert this offseason. "I'm the one who thinks he can play the four," president of basketball operations Larry Bird said. "I think the mismatches on the offensive end are greater than the defensive liability he'll have. I think he can handle it."

When asked about the notion of playing power forward this summer, George didn't balk at the idea, but he also didn't appear overly eager to make the change. "If I've got to play a couple minutes at power forward, I'm fine with it," George said.

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGC.J. Miles , SF13.5
RPGRoy Hibbert , C7.1
APGDavid West , PF3.4
FG%David West , PF47.1
FT%C.J. Watson , PG82.6
3P%C.J. Miles , SF34.5
BLOCKSRoy Hibbert , C125
STEALSSolomon Hill , SF66
MPGSolomon Hill , SF29
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