The Indiana Pacers closed out the 2012-13 regular season with the eighth-lowest points-per-game average in the Association. Scoring, however, is not their problem, as Danny Granger was out, and their defense did more than enough to make up the difference.
The problem on offense stems from ball control. Despite playing the sixth-slowest pace of any team, according to ESPN’s Hollinger Stats, the Pacers threw the ball away 14.5 times per game.cheap Jerseys Wholesale,cheap nike nfl jerseys
That put them in the bottom 10 in that category, which was made worse by the fact that only two teams—the Charlotte Bobcats and the New York Knicks—averaged fewer assists.
George Hill led the team during the regular season with 4.7 assists, while Paul George, who had an otherwise breakout year, averaged a team-worst 2.9 turnovers.
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