7:18 PM EDT, Sun May 24, 2015
Indy Cornrows May 6, 2015

Luis Scola's versatility is worth keeping around

On the 35-year old's value to the Indiana Pacers and the timelessness of being crafty. "I hope so." Larry Bird responded, when asked if the team expects to re-sign Luis Scola. On April 30, he turned 35, making him the oldest player on the roster. He shot a career-worst 69% from the free throw line, and he averaged fewer than 10 points, but the Indiana Pacers still want to retain his services. And for good reason. Here are some numbers which support Bird's position on the free agent: 24.0: The percentage of Luis Scola's post-ups which resulted in a trip to the charity stripe during the...