I was looking through some stats, and there were a few things that really stood at to me.
1. Ian Mahinmi had a FG% of 55.6% with Dallas, and 48.8% from 10 to 16 ft. He did this while taking a greater percentage of shots from that range, and his FGA have not increased by a huge amount while with the Pacers (2.9 vs 3.3). Another thing stood out the percentage of shots he takes from 16 to 3Pt was 30% in 12-13, luckily though that dropped back down to a more normal average for him of only 11.6% of his shots. I think Vogel needs to take a good hard long look at what Dallas did to allow him to shoot 48.8% from 10 to 16ft compared to an abysmal 27.8% with the Pacers while taking roughly the same amount of shots. If we can find a way to make Ian efficient again, it will be a huge boost to the offense when the back-ups are on the court.
2. In George Hill's last season with the Spurs for every 100 shots he took, he also had 42.7 FTA. This is kind of an absurd rate. For comparison, Wade's career rate is 46.9 and Lebron's is 43. Hill also had a rate of 39.2 his rookie season, so this doesn't appear to have been a fluke season. Meanwhile with the Pacers it has been 27.1, 10 points below Hill's rate for all three seasons with the Spurs. Last year, if you don't take into consideration hack-an-Ian, Roy led the Pacers at 35.7, which is lower than Hill's three seasons with the Spurs combined. At the same time Hill's 3PA has gone from 26.7% of his shots to 40.7% of his shots. Minus his rookie season, he has been doing all this while taking roughly the same amount of shots in SA as Indy. Like Ian, Vogel needs to take a long look at how SA used Hill, and try to incorporate some of that into our offense.
By the way, you don't put up those kinds of free throw rates without being aggressive. Most of the evidence continues to point towards Hill's passiveness being an issue of what the coaches are asking of him, not of him choosing to be passive.
P.S. Please no Lance talk. This isn't about Lance.