Relive the Pacers career of Hall of Famer Tim Hardaway

The Pacers have had another player inducted into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame: Tim Hardaway.

What’s that? You don’t remember Hardaway’s Pacers career?

That’s understandable. It lasted 14 games in 2003, 1.5% of his career. Hardaway averaged 4.9 points on 36.7% shooting and 2.4 assists in 12.7 minutes over 10 regular-season games. 

Disappointing? Perhaps. But Pacers fans got to see a glimpse of what made Hardaway a Hall of Famer in the final season of his career. Here are the highlights:

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March 15, 2003: Hardaway works out for the Pacers

Hardaway spent the first six seasons of his career in Golden State and the next six in Miami, producing the memories and statistics that earned his spot in Springfield. After splitting the 2001-02 season between Dallas and Denver, Hardaway became an analyst for ESPN.