Some of the best Indiana Pacers players ever came from the ACC.
If the Indiana Pacers had to pick a favorite college basketball conference, they would have a strong case for the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)
Some of college basketball’s most dominant programs come from the east and the ACC. Many players from those dominant programs go on to have massive amounts of success at the professional level.
Fortunately for Pacers fans, a number of players from those powerhouse teams left lasting legacies in Indiana over the past five decades. Who are the best Tar Heels, Blue Devils, Cavaliers, and Cardinals to play in the Circle City? Which Wolfpack, Fighting Irish, Orange, and Seminoles made the biggest impact in a Pacers jersey? Who are the best Indiana Pacers players from each ACC program?
Look no further.
Best Indiana Pacers player from Boston College: Bob Carrington
After beginning the 1977-78 season with the Nets, Bob Carrington finished his season by playing 35 games with the Pacers.
He averaged 7.1 points per game along with 1.8 rebounds and assists per contest over that stretch. After missing the following season, Carrington took the court in 10 games for the San Diego Clippers in 1979-80.