Keep him or trade him: Danny Granger.
Gallagher: Keep him. The Pacers would be insane to trade someone who will make your already-successful team that much better. Indiana's success comes from its great defense, but where it really struggles is scoring, and that's the exact thing that Granger brings to the table.
Gutierrez: Trade him. This might be the toughest call of them all. The Pacers shoot 42 percent, so some help from Granger, an established scorer, can only help. But Paul George is rising in Granger's absence, meaning re-adding the injured Granger might just be counterproductive.
Foster: Keep him. Selling at the lowest point of value is never a good idea. It's also not absurd to think the Pacers can truly contend for a title with Granger providing the missing scoring punch to supplement the league's stingiest defense. Granger isn't worth his contract, but he fits the bill for what Indiana currently needs most.
Mason: Keep him. Indiana needs shooting, and he's a shooter. If he is a bad fit when he comes back from injury, you can move him in the offseason when he will have an expiring contract.
Schwartz: Keep him. The Pacers possess the league's most efficient defense as well as its second-least efficient offense after playing the entire season thus far without Granger. They desperately need his scoring punch to compete in the East, and they may not get full value for him anyway since he has been hurt all season.