Found September 14, 2013 on HoopStuff:
Indiana Pacers’ All Time Starting Five By Josh Morgan: Hoopstuff Senior Writer: Twitter; @xjmo3406x PG: Mark Jackson; 5+ seasons While Jackson’s best individual seasons may have come in New York with the Knicks, he is no doubt the best point guard in the history of the Pacers’ franchise, leading them to their only NBA Finals appearance and is third in franchise (and NBA) history in assists. The biggest reason he is on this list is his leadership during his time in Indiana. Before he came to the franchise, even though Reggie Miller was already there, along with Rik Smits and other important players in their history, he was the catalyst in getting them deeper into the players and toward that Eastern Conference Championship and Finals appearance. His patented tear drop was deadly, his incredible post play for his position eventually lead to a rule change to where a player could not back down another player for an indefinite amount of time, and he just had a knack for finding Miller fo...
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