(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By CLIFF BRUNT AP Sports Writer The Indiana Pacers say they have two starting point guards.
One just happens to come off the bench.
Darren Collison started for most of the regular season before a groin injury benched him down the stretch. George Hill stepped in and took Collison's starting job. Before Indiana's first-round series against Orlando, Indiana coach Frank Vogel said the Pacers would need both to be healthy for Indiana to be at its best. Collison proved his value by scoring 15 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter of Indiana's 105-87 series-clinching victory. Hill, Indy's No. 3 scorer in the series, added 15 points.
The Pacers have an 11-3 record with Hill as the starter, including the playoffs. Collison had 23 assists and one turnover in the series against the Magic.