Pacers’ Justin Holiday unsure about NBA restart

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Indiana Pacers’ Justin Holiday is reportedly currently the team’s only player who is deliberating whether or not to go to Orlando.

Holiday is 50/50 on whether to play or sit, according to J. Michael of the Indianapolis Star.

The Pacers aren’t trying to push him to play, but if he ends up forgoing playing, they will miss his 40 percent three-point shooting and solid defense (1.2 steals per game).

Holiday has until June 24 to let the team know if he will be participating in the NBA’s return-to-play.

The 31-year-old was one of the players on the conference call led by Kyrie Irving on June 12.

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