Found December 10, 2011 on Pacers Pulse:
Like the rest of the Pacers, second round pick AJ Price had an erratic sophomore season.  Due to a knee injury he suffered during a charity game in New York before the commencement of the 2010-2011 season, Price missed the first few months and his numbers were down almost across the board -- 50 games (all off the bench), 15.9 minutes, 6.5 points, 1.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 0.356 from the floor including 0.275 from three point range, and 0.667 from the line -- and yet watching him, I could swear that Price has improved, even though his turnovers remained steady at 1.1 per game.Price's numbers are by no means impressive, but with Collison often struggling and the other option being TJ Ford, he was often called upon in the second half of the season to lead a young team.  And all things considered, Price did an okay job.  He is a scoring point and always will be, and not much of a passer, and probably never will be.  He is what he is and a relative steal from the second round (52nd ...
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