Good article. I think he'll probably get another shot in the NBA. He's saying the right things, and he's still clearly talented. I can't shake the feeling that his heart is really in other things though. Hope he finds the right balance in his life.
As to whether the Pacers should sign him, either for now or down the road. I think the Pacers are probably better equipped than most teams, given our experience with the likes of Ron-Ron, Lance, and Roy. Lance is even something of a success story, given how much better he was here than at other stops. So I think the capability is there. There's probably a need too, for a very mobile defensive big who can rebound and block shots - frankly, if I were to design a frontcourt partner for Myles, that guy would probably look a lot like Sanders.
I don't know if the FO agrees though. Seems like they prefer a stretch 4 type playing next to Myles. And maybe they would decide that going down the route of another high maintenance player isn't worth it. But I think it's at least feasible, and would entertain the notion.