Indiana Pacers Roster 2020 Indiana Pacers Roster

42-27, 3rd in East Central

vs LAL

10:00 pm GMT , 8/8

While the Indiana Pacers don't have the most flashy roster in the Eastern Conference, this is a deep team with a lot of talent. Victor Oladipo has found his home in Indiana and turned out to be the player we expected him to be. Pairing him with Malcolm Brogdon, who was a signing from Milwaukee, this gives the Pacers a very good backcourt. Domantas Sabonis and Myles Turner have formed a strong frontcourt. While they might need some depth at the wing, they do have T.J. Warren who was a steal from the Phoenix Suns. This well-balanced team should make some noise.

Pos Name Jersey Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. College
PG
Victor Oladipo
Victor Oladipo V. Oladipo
4
84
#7 PG 1 6' 3" 209 27 5/4/92 7th season Indiana
PG
Malcolm Brogdon
Malcolm Brogdon M. Brogdon
7
81
#28 PG 1 6' 5" 227 26 12/11/92 4th season Virginia
PG
Aaron Holiday
Aaron Holiday A. Holiday
3
73
#57 PG 2 6' 0" 182 23 9/30/96 2nd season UCLA
PG
T.J. McConnell
T.J. McConnell T. McConnell
9
75
#60 PG 3 6' 0" 189 27 3/25/92 5th season
PG
Edmond Sumner
Edmond Sumner E. Sumner
5
71
#83 PG 3 6' 3" 174 23 12/31/95 3rd season Xavier
SG
Justin Holiday
Justin Holiday J. Holiday
8
78
#23 SG 2 6' 5" 180 30 4/5/89 7th season Washington
SG
Brian Bowen
Brian Bowen B. Bowen
10
65
#81 SG 6' 5" 189 21 10/2/98 Rookie
SG
Naz Mitrou-Long
Naz Mitrou-Long N. Mitrou-Long
15
63
#86 SG 6' 2" 216 26 8/3/93 3rd season Iowa State
SF
T.J. Warren
T.J. Warren T. Warren
1
84
#13 SF 1 6' 7" 213 26 9/5/93 6th season NC State
SF
Jeremy Lamb
Jeremy Lamb J. Lamb
26
77
#31 SF 2 6' 5" 182 27 5/30/92 8th season UConn
SF
JaKarr Sampson
JaKarr Sampson J. Sampson
14
75
#58 SF 4 6' 7" 213 26 3/20/93 5th season St. John's
PF
T.J. Leaf
T.J. Leaf T. Leaf
22
77
#59 PF 2 6' 9" 224 22 4/30/97 3rd season UCLA
PF
Doug McDermott
Doug McDermott D. McDermott
20
77
#48 PF 3 6' 7" 224 27 1/3/92 6th season Creighton
PF
Alize Johnson
Alize Johnson A. Johnson
24
70
#91 PF 3 6' 7" 211 23 4/22/96 2nd season Missouri State
C
Domantas Sabonis
Domantas Sabonis D. Sabonis
11
86
#8 C 1 6' 11" 238 23 5/3/96 4th season Gonzaga
C
Myles Turner
Myles Turner M. Turner
33
82
#22 C 1 6' 11" 249 23 3/24/96 5th season Texas
C
Goga Bitadze
Goga Bitadze G. Bitadze
88
74
#77 C 2 6' 11" 244 20 7/20/99 Rookie

Indiana Pacers Roster Questions

FAQ

The Pacers are not a big market team, and their roster building has gone overlooked in comparison to some of the others in the league. Victor Oladipo has turned out to be one of the best guards in the league, which wasn't for certain given his time in Orlando. You also have young talent like Domantas Sabonis, who came over from Oklahoma City after just one year. Myles Turner is still only 23 but hasn't quite progressed as some have hoped. Indiana made some moves to get backcourt depth as they added TJ McConnell, who was playing over in Philadelphia. They also have names like Justin and Aaron Holiday, which is a family that makes up quite a bit of the NBA. Overall this is a group with a lot of upside and will be a fun team to watch.

Who Is The Pacers Head Coach?

Nate McMillan is the Pacers head coach and has been coaching since 2000. He coached the SuperSonics and the Trail Blazers in prior jobs and also played with the Sonics from 1986 to 1998. He has been with the Pacers since 2013 but was an assistant coach until 2016.

How Much Are The Pacers Worth?

Despite Indiana being a big basketball state with a rich history, they rank 22nd in team valuation. They were valued at $1.5 billion in 2020 and had 13% growth. With a playoff team expected, they should move up.

Who Owns The Pacers?

Herb Simon is the owner of the Indiana Pacers and plans to be the owner for a long time despite plenty of offers. The Pacers are not a rich franchise, nor do they play in one of the larger markets, but that hasn't kept them from being competitive.

Where Do The Pacers Play?

The Pacers play at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, which opened up back in 1999 as Market Square Arena was the original Pacers arena. It is located in downtown Indianapolis, and it can hold 17,923 people at basketball capacity.

What Is The Pacers Salary Cap?

The Pacers have a salary cap of $114,591,944. With a young and inexpensive team, they have spread out paying a lot of their talent. They have also made sure not to have a lot of dead cap, which sits at $2,245,400.

Who Did The Pacers Most Recently Sign?

The Pacers most recently signed Malcolm Brogdon, who was a restricted free agent in Milwaukee before coming over. Brogdon was a sleeper in the draft and has turned into one of the top young point guards in the NBA.

Who Is The Highest Paid Pacers Player?

Victor Oladipo is the highest-paid Pacers player, as he has a salary hit of $21,000,000 and that takes up 18% of the cap. This is still not a bad price tag for Oladipo, who is deserving of a higher salary.