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Here's a move I think the Pacers should be giving a lot of thought to.
Rumor has it that New Orleans has expressed interest in Darren Collison. The Pacers need a wing that can score off the bench, a proven back up center and if they trade Collison, a back up PG. What could the Hornets offer the Pacers to help cover those gaps?
Jarrett Jack. Jack has proven that he play play the PG and SG. He can score (15.6 ppg last year), he shoots fairly well with a career 44.7% (35% 3 pt.) and he can distrbute the ball (4.2/1.9 career assist to TO ratio). Jack could back up Hill at PG and slide over and get another 8-10 mpg at SG so he can play around 24 mpg.
Collison for Jack. Looks like a pretty good move to me.
The only person I wanted from NO besides EJ was Ayon, and he seems to be going to Orlando.
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I liked Jarrett Jack while he was here; dug his toughness and, loathe as I was to apply it towards the entire team vs. the Heat, swagger. Plus, it'd be nice to move away from a water bug sized PG. Probably a lateral move, but I'd be fine with it. Especially if they give us a pick of some kind for taking on the bigger money. Nice, solid veteran player. Could be a good mentor for Lance.