The Pacers are going to have a lot of options in the upcoming offseason regarding what path they should take. They have three first round picks, one of which is likely to be near the top of the lottery. The other two are late first rounders and they have the first second round pick as well, that could all be packaged together to either acquire a needed player or to move up and draft a player the team might be high on.
Additionally, the team is set to have top five in the league cap space, meaning that they will be able to think about bringing in highly paid talent if they would like. Or they could take on bad contracts (looking at you Ben Simmons) in return for additional draft capital. All this to say, the Pacers are going to have options.
One position that the Pacers are desperately in deep of depth is the power forward position. All of the years of trying to use a center such as Myles Turner or Jalen Smith have proved that the team needs a tried and true power forward in the starting lineup.
Lucky for us, there are a handful of them that will become available at the beginning of the offseason. The only question, is which should the Pacers pursue?