#3 Paul George
After a very disappointing postseason, the LA Clippers are reportedly looking to get rid of Paul George this off-season, with the Indiana Pacers one of the interested teams for his services, as per NBA trade rumors.
While the 30-year-old did produce some abysmal performances during the 2020 NBA Playoffs, he is still one of the league's elite players. At this moment, when his trade value is probably at its lowest, the Indiana Pacers could very realistically offer a trade that the LA Clippers may deem worthy for George.
If the Pacers gives Paul George a chance to prove himself, his return could potentially make the franchise an NBA Championship contender in the near future.
#4 Goran Dragic
Despite suffering a season-ending injury in game one of the 2020 NBA Finals, Goran Dragic will field interest from several teams during his free agency this off-season.
The 34-year-old played a pivotal role in the Miami Heats' run to the Finals, proving that he can contribute to a contending team in the league. While the Indiana Pacers are by no means contenders yet, they could offer Dragic enough salary to attract him to the franchise.
Considering the attributes that Goran Dragic brings to the table, he could help the Indiana Pacers take a huge leap forward if he arrives at the franchise this off-season.
#5 Andrew Wiggins
While Andrew Wiggins has not lived up to expectations that come with being the first overall pick, the 25-year-old has age on his side and has been improving steadily.
Not only has he become far more aggressive than what he was at Minnesota, his shooting from behind the arc has also improved. While it can't be assumed that he can lead a team at either end of the floor just yet, he could still be a reliable third or fourth option for the Indiana Pacers if they acquire him.
Andrew Wiggins is an interesting prospect. If the Indiana Pacers give him a chance, the 25-year-old could evolve into a potential superstar in the NBA.