Last month we took a fresh approach to an age-old debate and asked AI to rank the top 10 Colts players of all time.
It didn’t quite match the rankings we put together, but it left us wondering what the Pacers’ roster might be.
Here’s what GPT Chat had to say about the all-time greats.
1. Reggie Miller
Miller is widely considered the greatest Pacers player of all time. He spent his entire 18-year career with the Pacers and was known for his clutch shooting and competitive spirit. Miller was an outstanding scorer and threat from beyond the arc. He holds numerous franchise records and has been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
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2. Mel Daniel
Daniels was a dominant center for the Pacers in the ABA (American Basketball Association) era. He was a two-time MVP and led the team to three championships. Daniels was known for his rebounding, scoring ability and strong inside presence.
McGinnis was another key player during the ABA era. He was a versatile striker with excellent scoring and rebounding skills. McGinnis was a two-time ABA MVP and helped the Pacers win two championships.
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4. Paul George
George emerged as a top two-way player during his time with the Pacers. He was a dynamic scorer, blocked defender and a multiple time All-Star. George played a significant role in the success of the Pacers in the early 2010s.
5. Jermaine O’Neal
O’Neal was a dominant force in the early 2000s. He was a skilled big man who excelled at scoring, rebounding and blocking shots. O’Neal made six All-Star appearances with the Pacers and was a key part of the team’s deep playoff streaks.
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6. Rick Smith
Known as the “Dunking Dutchman,” Smits was the Pacers’ center for many years. He was a skilled scorer, especially on the post, and had a reliable mid-range jump shot. Smits played his entire career with the Pacers and was a fan favorite.
7. Roger Brown
Brown was a star player in the ABA and played a significant role in the success of the Pacers. He was a versatile striker with outstanding scoring ability and helped lead the team to three championships. Brown has also been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
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8. David West
West brought strength and leadership to the Pacers during their successful playoff runs in the early 2010s. He was a dependable scorer, tenacious defender, and key veteran presence on the team.
9. From Davis
Davis was known for his physicality and rebounding ability. He was a key contributor during the Pacers’ strong years in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Davis brought strength to the team and was a reliable player in the post.
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10. Marco Jackson
Jackson was an accomplished point guard who had two stints with the Pacers. He was an excellent playmaker and floor general, and played a significant role in the team’s success in the 1990s.
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These players made significant contributions to the Indiana Pacers franchise and left a lasting impact on team history.
Our rankings of the best Pacers of all time
In celebration of the Pacers’ 50th anniversary, we’ve ranked the 50 greatest players in team history.
The AI matched our picks on some of the top 10, but we had Roger Brown way higher up, and we had several big names that GPT Chat missed out on. Check out our list here.
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