As a team becoming a title contender, Indiana is right on schedule. The Pacers made their playoff return as an eighth seed in 2010-11. Last season, after finishing with the third seed, they reached the second round of the playoffs. They didnít always look like a three-seed. Danny Granger did not shoot well, while George Hill and David West had adjustment periods with a new team. But it all came together after the All-Star Game, culminating in an impressive 11-1 stretch in April that signaled a team coming together at the right time. It was during this run that coach Frank Vogel inserted Hill into the starting lineup at point guard.
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