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Pacers trade Stuckey to New Orleans for Alexis Ajinca.
The reason the Pacers do this is because they need a starting point guard. Bringing in a starting point guard without moving Ellis, GHill or Stuckey will cause issues with playing time. By moving Stuckey, we can now play the starting point guard, Ellis and GHill all 30 minutes or more per game. A lot of people would like to move Ellis, but that isn't going to happen. I hesitate in moving GHill because, in my opinion, he is the best player of the three. That leaves Stuckey as the odd man out.
Bringing in Ajinca will give us a back up Center. We now would have to find a starting point guard and starting power forward. I think we will sign Lawson to compete for the starting point guard role. We will draft a back up power forward. We will have $20 million or so to sign a starting power forward.
When it is all said and done, our starters hopefully would be: Lawson, GHill, PG13, Turner and free agent power forward. The guys we would use off the bench would be Ellis, our first round draft pick, Ajinca and let GRIII and Miles battle for the back up wing spot. That's a 9 man rotation. We would have Young, Allen and either GRIII or Miles dressing with the Pacers. Christmas will return to Fort Wayne along with another player.
Why would New Orleans do it? Ajinca is only an average back up. It wouldn't be too tough to replace him. Stuckey is a good player off the bench that can score, it will strengthen their bench.