The Indiana Pacers have continued to be active this offseason by attending to their most pressing need -- the bench. We know the starting lineup, whether it be Danny Granger or Lance Stephenson, is one of the best in the league, but when the team went to the bench last season it often ended in disaster.
With that in mind, the Pacers went out and got CJ Watson to replace DJ Augustin (should be a significant upgrade) -- and now we hear they have signed guard Donald Sloan to a multi-year contract to be the team's third-string (ie, insurance policy) point guard. This essentially means the end of the Ben Hansbrough experiment, and let's face it, as much heart as Baby Hansbrough has he just isn't cut out to be an NBA rotation player.
Sloan has good size at 6'3" and averaged 4.7 points, 2.6 assists and 16.6 minutes in 56 games career games. He has also played extensively in the D-League.
The Pacers' bench also needed some more outside shooting, so they went and signed Knick for...