The Indiana Pacers have hardly gotten any headway this season and reports are coming in that they may be open to dealing away some of theirs stars.

Among the names that the Pacers are reportedly open to trading are Domantas Sabonis or Myles Turner. The name of Caris LeVert has also been mentioned in what appears to be a looming reset for Indiana who owns a woeful 10-16 win-loss record in the Eastern Conference, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported.

Embarking on a rebuild at this point would be crucial although Indiana already has a couple of young players in the mix. That includes TJ Warren who has aired his preference to stay with Indiana and Malcolm Brogdon who cannot be traded due to a clause in his contract.

But worth noting of the three names mentioned is that their trade value will be high. Sabonis has been doing a lot of things other than scoring, making him a good pick-up for any team who wants a talented big man upfront.

Turner, on the other hand, has seen his game dip. Pundits feel that he has been struggling to co-exist with Sabonis, a reason why dealing away one of the two bigs would make sense. It is not the first time that this issue has been brought up.

As for LeVert, there is no doubt that he can be an asset anywhere. But with Rick Carlisle owning a loaded backcourt, the wise move is to keep younger players rather than pin his hopes on the 27-year-old guard who has been dealing with several health issues.

So unless Carlisle can turn things around, a reset could be plausible. It will not be pretty but better compared to the lethargic season that Indiana is experiencing right now.

Given the talent of Sabonis, Turner and LeVert, multiple teams are bound to come knocking.

 Domantas Sabonis #11 and Myles Turner #33 of the Indiana Pacers
Domantas Sabonis #11 and Myles Turner #33 of the Indiana Pacers Getty Images | Vaughn Ridley

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