The problem with the pacers is the coaching. These are some points that i've noticed.
A:JOB wants to shoot a lot of threes and be perimeter oriented. Anyone who has ever played the game knows that basketball is played from the inside out. The object is to get the ball into the hoop. Advancing towards the basketball and not dancing around the three point line would only play into percentages, period.
B:Back to point A. Why would you want your young, promising, 7'2" center to be a passer from the highpost all the time, he can make passes from down low and it gives you more options on offense.
C:Play the young guys. I've read several posts and the general consensus seems to be the pacers are wasting Tyler Hansborough's and Paul George's year. These guys aren't just a rookie and sophmore player. They have potential, they could possibly be solid contributers to a contending team, and they are actually fairly decent players that will always give you hustle. We'll never know what we could be or get anwhere if JOB keeps playing the older, average-at-best guys who give us no real chance of being any good.
D:Basically, JOB's squashing this teams future because he knows NOTHING about basketball. He doesn't know the ebb and flow of the on court action nor the meaning of chemistry. JOB is a condecending disciplinarian but what we need is someone who can teach, still be stern while giving credit where it's due, and be creative enough to mold a gameplan to fit the players. The game of basketball isn't rocket science it's a simple game. I guess JOB's never really played before...