The Indiana Pacers are serious about their rebuild and it appears at least two players are imminently headed out the door. The NBA trade deadline is on Feb. 10 and the Pacers have allegedly set their demands.

According to Michael Scotto of Hoops Hype, the Pacers want first-round picks or a young promising player in exchange for Myles Turner or Caris LeVert.

However, the exchange for Turner appears to be stiffer with the Pacers wanting two first-rounders and a promising young star in any potential deal.

In the case of LeVert, it appears one first-round pick plus a good young player will be needed.

With their demands set, all eyes will be on LeVert and Turner in the coming weeks. Incidentally, the name of Domantas Sabonis was also previously mentioned in rumors but what the Pacers want in exchange was not mentioned.

Turner is on the radar of several teams. That list includes the Dallas Mavericks, Portland Trail Blazers, Minnesota Timberwolves, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Lakers and Charlotte Hornets.

As for LeVert, it was mentioned in a previous post how he is someone on the Cleveland Cavaliers’ radar.

A move to Cleveland would make sense right now as the team tries to look for additional guards to man the backcourt. Collin Sexton and Ricky Rubio are out for the season, leaving Darius Garland and Rajon Rondo as some of the only notable names under J.B. Bickerstaff’s disposal.

With the Pacers seemingly giving up on the season, it appears they want to start the rebuilding process as early as now.

Turner and LeVert could be valuable additions to other teams who plan to make a push in the NBA playoffs. However, tied to that is the fact that the health of LeVert and Turner needs to be ironed out.

In fact between the two, Turner is out with a foot injury and there is no official word on when or whether he can play this season.

LeVert, on the other hand, has gone through health-related issues when being on the move. That happened when he arrived from the Nets, the time where he needed to be treated for kidney cancer, USA Today reported.

Myles Turner #33 and Caris LeVert #22 of the Indiana Pacers Myles Turner #33 and Caris LeVert #22 of the Indiana Pacers Getty Images | Michael Reaves