INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indiana Pacers saw Aaron Holiday as a perfect fit even before Thursday night's NBA Draft.
They liked his scoring potential and his commitment to defense. They were impressed by his basketball wits and his family's athletic successes. And, they figured, he could make a smooth transition from college to the pros by blending into the Pacers' locker room culture.
So when they finally got a chance to make an offseason move, the decision-makers didn't hesitate to take a potential point guard of the future.