5 forwards the Indiana Pacers could target to bolster the roster

Cam Reddish (Photo by Stephen Maturen/Getty Images)
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Currently, the Indiana Pacers find themselves in a limbo between being a good team that should make a playoff push and a bad team that should aim for draft odds. While fans are divided about the right course of action, if the Pacers make a playoff push, there are upcoming free agents that could really bolster the rotation if they can be traded for and extended before the deadline.

The biggest glaring hole on the team is the depth at the forward position, with the guard and center rotation relatively solidified. Therefore, this article looks at upcoming forwards that are about to become free agents that the Pacers could sign to strengthen the forward rotation.

Upcoming free agent forwards the Indiana Pacers could target to bolster the roster

5. Cam Reddish

Cam Reddish was a lottery pick out of Duke that looked very promising as a prospect. As a professional, he has averaged just over 10 points a game for the Knicks. The Knicks also find themselves in the middle of the Eastern Conference, and likely do not know whether to try and win or aim for draft odds.

If they decide to trade away some talent, Cam Reddish who becomes a free agent at the end of the year, may be a potential trade target for the Pacers. He is shooting over 30% from the three point line and has been a relatively efficient scorer in his time in New York. However, to this point this season, he has been underperforming only averaging 6.8 points a game this season (10.2 for his career). This means he could be a prime candidate for a depth add for a team like the Pacers.