Tuesday's win against the 76ers was extremely welcoming in that the contribution was fairly distributed. Tuesday night was a night where nearly everyone except Hibbert shot and used their possesions efficiently. It has been a while since the Pacers last had such a efficient game as a collective unit. During the losing streak, nearly everyone was in some sort of flunk; Granger, Hibbert, Dunleavy, Collision all shot the ball inefficently. The Pacers have not had any prolonged winning streaks through the entire season because there has never been a period where everyone got hot at the same time. But judging from previous years, at some point during the middle of the season Danny Granger's shooting touch will return and at some point Roy Hibbert shot will fall according to the laws of average. The Pacers have many capable offensive weapons on their team, they were an above average offensive team last year and the year before that under O'brien, there is no reason for the Pacers to be third last this year. with the kind of pace and offensive sets the Pacers run, they should be at least average. Simply put, they need to hit the open shots when those shots are given, and this team has more than enough spot up shooters to do the job. Before the season started, who would've thought that offensive would be the greatest concern, we all thought it was defense and rebounding, yet the Pacers have been more than competitive in those categories so far. Once Danny, Roy, Mike and Darren start to get into a groove, the Pacers could be dangerous. Hopefully the 76er game was a step towards that.