Ranking all Indiana Pacers players based on future value

Tyrese Haliburton, Indiana Pacers (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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T.J. McConnell, Indiana Pacers
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#14 Goga Bitadze

Goga Bitadze may end up being the guy who just got drafted at the wrong time. Brought into a system that already had Myles Turner and Domantas Sabonis fighting for minutes, Goga has struggled to find playing time throughout his career.

#13 Oshae Brissett

This ranking may seem like a mystery to some, but Oshae Brissett has all but disappeared from the rotation. The reasoning for this is unclear, but for the time being, it appears that the Pacers organization may not see much long-term value in Oshae as a cornerstone for the future.

#12 Kendall Brown

Kendall Brown comes in toward the middle of this list. While there is certainly promise to his game, early showings indicate that he likely will not be any kind of transformational asset for the Pacers. The best hope for the Pacers is that Kendall Brown develops into a stable role player for them.

#11 T.J.McConnell

A fan favorite, T.J. McConnell certainly brings a lot of energy to the Pacers. While he is certainly a valuable contributor on the floor, his timeline seems to be out of sync with the rest of the Pacers’ roster. However, he also gets additional points for being a veteran presence in a Pacers locker room that needs it.