Last year, the Pacers were a good rebounding team (8th in the NBA) and a good defending team (5th fewest points allowed). But they were a poor scoring team (23rd), and a poor ball handling team (ranked 25th in ratio of assists to turnovers).
I would argue that the way we accomplished the 5th fewest points allowed was more by slowing the tempo than by locking down the other team. We kept scores low by using up clock at our end.
Anyway, how do the two guys we drafted and the two we are trying to get help the team to improve where it needs to: at scoring and ball handling?
I think the effects of Williams and White will be negligible, at least in the first half of the new season. And I don't think Bonzi or Al can help that much with scoring on a team whose main outside presence is Sarunas(!).
Conclusion: We need to get a shooting guard who can shoot.