Georges Niang SF/PF
The Pacers are coming off a surprisingly solid season. They started off hot, but cooled later in the year and finished as a 7th seed. Paul George came back from his injury and had an MVP type of season. The Pacers have a good core of Paul George, Jeff Teague, and rookie Myles Turner. Their supporting cast consists of Monta Ellis, Al Jefferson, C.J. Miles, and Jordan Hill. They picked up Ty Lawson mid-season, and while he's done decent, it's uncertain if they'll bring him back. With lots of players becoming free agents, there will be plenty of holes and needs that the Pacers can use their 2 draft picks to fill.
(Updated 7/9/16) The Pacers have had a busy offseason so far, acquiring Al Jefferson, Jeff Teague, and Thaddeus Young through trades and free agency. They deal the 20th pick to Brooklyn for Young, but then wisely used the 50th pick on Georges Niang. Niang is a very versatile player and hard worker who will fit in nicely as a rotational player. He may not get much burn his rookie season, but he will eventually find his way into the rotation.
Draft Grade: B+
Estimated Cap Space
Jordan Hill C, Solomon Hill SF, Ty Lawson PG, and Ian Mahinmi C