Surprised I haven't seen his Dunk on most of the Cleveland team mentioned. One of the greatest in game power dunks I have ever witnessed. Green's play has really been coming on of late (as has the entire Pacer team) and as long as the twisted ankle isn't a big deal I think he will settle into the 1st option off the bench for Indiana nicely as we had initially hoped.
Gerald Green is the highest jumper in the NBA by far I'd say. I don't even think it's close.
The Pacers are finally starting to turn it around though, especially at the offensive end. Paul George has been more aggressive lately. Roy Hibbert has shown signs of life. Gerald Green looks comfortable. The investment in Lance Stephenson is starting to pay off. George Hill is steady. This team defends and rebounds tough. Once Danny Granger returns healthy, that'll help a lot in the scoring department. This team still has a long way to go offensively, but they've shown signs of improvement.
I still hope they make another move or two, but come playoff time, they're going to be tough.
They may need to move Granger because it appears the team is moving in a different direction. Paul George seems to be more comfortable at small forward and he is their future.
With Granger's knee situation, I don't think he'll be moved this season.
I could see him being moved next season though, when his contract is expiring.
Is Lance starting yet?