We ranked all Indiana Pacers All-Stars of the last two decades

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9. Brad Miller 1x with Pacers, 2 of 6 for height of powers = 2 total score

Brad Miller was a good basketball player. That’s about all you can say about him. There is a good chance that many of you reading this post don’t even remember who he is or even what position he played. Brad Miller played two seasons in Indiana averaging the following numbers:

14 points, 8 rebounds, 2 assists, 53% FG

So nothing to necessarily write home about, given those are modest numbers in today’s NBA. In fact, those numbers would be considered a pretty good role player on most teams, but would really not be an all-star most years. Thus Brad Miller is at the bottom of this list.

8. Ron Artest 1x with Pacers, 3 of 6 for height of powers = 3 total score

Ron Artest could likely have ended up higher on this list if not for the Malice at the Palace derailing his entire Pacers career. Artest was an excellent player, averaging over 18 points per game in his best season with the Pacers. Artest was also an excellent defender winning the defensive player of the year in the 2003-04 season, all of this not to mention the air of toughness he brought to every Pacers game.

Had the incident in Detroit never occured, it is entirely possible that Artest continued his upward trajectory in his career as his numbers were consistently improving year over year. However, Artest would never make another all-star team and this would be his only appearance.