http://www.indystar.com/article/20121114/SPORTS04/121114033/1062/SPORTS04?nclick_check=1It would be easier to talk about who’s shooting the ball well for the Indiana Pacers than it would be to talk about who’s struggling.
It’s just been that kind of season for the Pacers.
The Pacers went into Wednesday’s game against the Milwaukee Bucks with every rotation player shooting below 50 percent from the field.
Guard Lance Stephenson has been the team’s most consistent shooter at 49 percent from the field.
Can Pacers coach Frank Vogel recall having so many players struggle at once?
“No, not really,” he said. “It’s a little tough to handle. . . . We just have to continue to emphasize togetherness, belief in yourself, believing in one another and (playing) for each other. It happens in every sport in every different way. Just continue to believe it’s going to come around.”
The way the Pacers have been playing, they're going to need to do a lot more than just "believe it's going to come around."