The Indiana Pacers completed one of the most up and down seasons in recent memory when they were eliminated by the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Despite finishing with the best record out East, few people would say the Pacers season was a success. Indy ran through the league for the first half of the season before falling into mediocrity heading into the playoffs. While they were able to recover and advance to the ECF, few within the organization are happy with how things transpired.
Pacers president of basketball operations Larry Bird recently let it be known that while the team won’t actively be looking to make a major move, never say never.
Bird: "They're young, I don't want to make major changes… but we're open, we're going to listen and we're going to see what's out there."
— Candace Buckner (@CandaceDBuckner) June 2, 2014
While it would be difficult to see the Pacers trading away All-Star Paul George, pretty much everyone on their roster seems tradeable (except maybe Roy Hibbert and his massive contract).
It will be interesting to see what the Pacers do to re-tool and try yet again to get past the Heat next season.