NBA Rumors: Pacers Set Asking Price For Coveted Swingman

Most of the trade talk swirling around the Indiana Pacers has focused on Myles Turner (since cooled by his injury), Domantas Sabonis and Caris LeVert; however, the Pacers have another key piece that could make for a very underrated add for some contender. 

Justin Holiday is a primary 3-and-D guy, who's been firing threes at a rate of 39% over the last three seasons for Indiana. Michael Scotto of HoopsHype reports that, "according to rival executives, Indiana is seeking two second-round picks for Holiday."

Not a bad price for a 9-year veteran who plays terrific perimeter defense for 25-30 minutes a game, and can splash down threes.  There's undoubtedly quite a few playoff teams that could use another wing like that.  The 32-year-old is averaging 10.9 points this season, his best with Indiana. 

The Pacers, according to Scotto, have also made Jeremy Lamb available. The 29-year-old is an above-average perimeter defender. NBA salary cap expert Yossi Gozlan says "I could see [Lamb] being a potential buyout candidate, whether it's with the Pacers...or another team he could be traded to."

The Pacers will continue to be active as we approach the Feb. 10th deadline.

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