Okay, I'm a Boilermaker so I may be a little biased on this but I think the Pacers should take a shot at Lewis Jackson. He tore it up in the D-League this past season and led the league in assists. He even set a couple assist records. Plus, his time at Purdue had him as an attacking point guard who got the offense moving. It would be low risk and high reward if it worked out.
I know he is small but that has worked out in the NBA in the past. What do you guys think? Should we give him a shot?
Here is a link to his stats:http://stats.nbadleague.com/playerStats.html?PlayerID=203662