2013-14 SEASON: Appeared in 76 games (all starts) for the Pacers in his sixth NBA season, averaged 10.3 points, 3.7 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 1.0 steals and 0.3 blocks in 32.0 minutes... Playoffs: EC Finals vs. MIA: Tied a career-high with seven rebounds to go with nine points in Game 5…Shot 5-10 from the field, including 4-7 from three-point range for 15 points in 44 minutes of Game 4…Played just 21 minutes in Game 3 due to foul troubles, finishing with eight points on 2-5 shooting and 3-3 from the line…Scored 13 points on 5-9 shooting with five rebounds and three steals in Game 2…Scored 15 points, including three threes and 11 points in the first quarter in Game 1... EC Semifinals vs. WSH: Averaged 11.7 points, 3.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists per game while shooting 41 percent from three-point range (9-22)…Shot 6-12 from the field for 15 points with four assists and two steals in Game 4…Hit 3-5 from three-point range with five rebounds, five assists and three steals in Game 3…Finished with 14 points on 6-12 shooting with four rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes of Game 2…Added three three-pointers late in the fourth to finish with 18 points in Game 1... First Round vs. ATL: Averaged 13.0 points, 3.6 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game while shooting 43.5 percent from the field and 80 percent from the line…Went 9-9 from the line for 15 points with five rebounds and four assists in 44 minutes in Game 7… PREVIOUS SEASONS: 2012-13: The Indianapolis native averaged a career best 14.2 ppg, while also leading the team in assists, 4.6 per game...His average of 3.7 rebounds per game matches his average last year...He started in all 76 games he appeared in...In his second season with the Pacers he ranked among the league leaders in assists-to-turnover ratio, he had 131 assists and just 29 turnovers (4.52-to-1) in his last 30 appearances...For the season, he was seventh in the NBA with a ratio of 3.04-to-1...His career-high 355 assists in 2012-13 were more than he had recorded in the previous two seasons (338) combined and he led Indiana in assists (including ties) 37 times...He passed out a season-high 10 assists vs. Denver, 12/7, giving him the first of his three double-doubles in 2012-13...He narrowly missed the first triple-double of his career a week later with 15 points, a season-high 10 rebounds and nine assists vs. Philadelphia, 12/14...He passed out double-digit assists for the second time with a team-high 10 in the Pacers’ loss to Brooklyn, 4/12...Including those three games, he had at least six assists 24 times...Third on the team in scoring (14.2 ppg), he was in double figures in 61 of 76 games and hit the 20-point mark 12 times...His year started scoring just eight points in each of the season’s first two games, but his eight at Toronto, 10/31, included the game-winning shot from the lane with 2.1 seconds remaining...He also had the game-winning bucket with just one tenth of a second left in the Pacers’ 79-77 win over the Lakers at STAPLES Center, 11/27...A point short of his career-high, he led the Pacers with a season-best 29 points at Minnesota, 11/9, and he hit a career-high tying 11 field goals (11-17) in that game...He had scored 20 points in the previous game at Atlanta, 11/7, and that was the only time he had 20+ points in consecutive games this season...Leading the Pacers back from a 20-point deficit in the final nine minutes vs. Cleveland, 4/9, he scored 11 of his game-high 27 points in the fourth quarter...He scored 10+ points in at least 13 consecutive games twice, the first of which was interrupted at 13 straight games by a scoreless night vs. Miami, 1/8...Following a six-point performance the next game vs. New York, 1/10, he then scored in double figures in 36 of the last 43 games, including 14 straight games from January 12 through February 6...From beyond the arc he made a career-best 130 3-pt FG this season and tied a career-high with four 3-pt FG three times...After going a combined 0-7 from 3-pt range in games vs. Milwaukee, 1/5, and Miami, 1/8, he made at least one 3-pt FG in 33 straight games—the longest streak on the team this season...Twice he went 3-3 from 3-pt range, the most 3-pt FG made without a miss by any Indiana player this season...He was second on the team with a career-high 81 steals...Coming off a five-game span (1/28-2/5) in which he had no thefts, he had at least one in 22 of his last 30 appearances and averaged 1.33 spg in that stretch...He claimed at least three steals three times in his first 60 appearances, but had three or more five times in the last 16 games...He had six or more rebounds 11 times with a high of 10 vs. Philadelphia, 12/14, which was his most in a Pacers’ uniform...He missed a total of four games this season: one with a thigh contusion, one with a groin strain, one with a sore left hip and two due to coaching decisions...His first point at Golden State, 12/1, was the 3,000th of his NBA career...His fifth assist at Philadelphia on March 16th was the 1,000th of his NBA career. 2011-12: The Indianapolis native averaged 9.6 points, 2.9 assists, 3.0 rebounds and 25.5 minutes a game in his first season with the Pacers...he made nine starts, averaging 13.9 points, 5.3 assists and 3.7 rebounds per game in 32.6 minutes per outing...in contrast, he averaged 8.7 points, 2.4 assists and 2.9 rebounds per game in 23.9 minutes per appearance as a reserve...the Pacers won each of his first seven starts and were 7-2 with him in the starting lineup...as a starter, he shot nearly 45 percent from the floor, better than 35 percent from 3-pt range (.353) and almost 78 percent from the foul line (.778)...he led the Pacers in assists 14 times, all of which came in the final 26 games...in those 26 games, he made 25 appearances and averaged 4.04 apg...he passed out a season-best eight assists in the win over the Bucks, 4/19, and he had at least seven assists in three of his last seven games... with enough assists to qualify for the league leaders, his assists-to-turnover ratio (2.79-to-1) would have been good enough to rank among the NBA’s top 15...he scored in double figures in 25 games, including eight in a row from 4/9 through 4/21, which was his longest streak of the season...he topped the 20-point mark three times, registering 22 points at Toronto, 1/13, and at Bankers Life Fieldhouse against the Milwaukee Bucks, 4/19...he scored a season-high 24 points to lead the Pacers to a win at Milwaukee, 3/24...his 3-pt FG against Portland, 3/13, was the 200th of his career...he made a season-high three 3-pt FG five times and was 3-3 from beyond the arc in games vs. Philadelphia, 3/14, and vs. the Clippers, 3/20...one of six Indiana players with 40+ steals in 2011-12, his 42 included the biggest one of the game against the Warriors at Golden State, 1/20...with Monta Ellis dribbling out the clock near midcourt in a tie game, Hill picked Ellis’s pocket and bolted to the other end where he converted the game-winning three-point play for a 94-91 win...he gathered a season-high five steals in Indiana’s win at Toronto, 1/13, and he collected four steals vs. Cleveland, 12/30...his five steals against the Raptors tied his career-best and matched the most by any Indiana player in 2011-12...his career-high 3.0 rebounds per game featured 10 games with five or boards and he had a season-high seven on three occasions: vs. Philadelphia, 3/14; at San Antonio, 3/31; and vs. Toronto, 4/9...he missed a total of 16 games due to illness or injury, including the first 12 of February with a chip fracture in his left ankle and two in March with a sprained left shoulder...he also missed the game with Detroit, 4/23, after aggravating the injury to his shoulder...he sat out the Pacers’ first game in Philadelphia, 1/9, with a sore lower back. 2010 -11: He appeared in 76 games for San Antonio, including five starts, averaging 11.6 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 28.3 minutes per game...he shot 45.3 percent (287-633) from the field, 37.7 percent (77-204) from the 3-pt line and 86.3 percent (233-270) from the free throw line...he ranked 17th in the NBA in free throw percentage...he scored in double figures 48 times, including seven games with 20+ points and one game of 30+ points...he led the team in scoring seven times, rebounds once, assists six times, steals 15 times and blocks nine times...he tied his career-high with 30 points (9-12 FG, 11-12 FT) at Memphis, 3/27...the following night he posted 27 points (11-20 FG, 5-9 FT) and six assists vs. Portland...coming within a point of tying his career-high with 29 points in a win over Phoenix, 4/3, he shot 10-16, hit 4-7 from beyond the 3-pt arc and made 5-5 FT...his 77 3-pt FG made on the season were a career-high and his first of the season was the 100th of his career...despite starting just five games, he was fourth on the team with 66 steals...he was also fourth on the team with 193 assists (2.5 apg) and his 1.95-to-1 assists-to-turnover ratio was third best on the team... 2009-10: Including 43 starts, he played in 78 games and averaged 12.4 points, 2.6 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 29.2 minutes per game...he shot 47.8 percent (353-738) from the floor, 39.9 percent (75-188) from the 3-pt line and 77.2 percent (183-237) from the free throw line...he scored in double figures 50 times, including eight 20-point games and one 30-point game... he led the team in scoring 10 times, assists 10 times, steals 19 times and blocks nine times...he averaged 15.8 points, 3.7 assists and 3.2 rebounds in 35.2 minutes in 43 games as a starter compared to 8.7 points, 2.1 assists and 2.1 rebounds in 23.2 minutes in 35 games off the bench...he posted a career-high 30 points (11-15 FG, 2-2 3FG, 6-6 FT), seven assists and a career-high five steals in 38 minutes vs. Houston, 3/31...he dished out career- high 11 assists to go along with 14 points (6-8 FG) in 29 minutes vs. L.A. Clippers, 3/13...that was his first points/assists double-double, and his second double-double overall...he finished with 27 points (9-14 FG, 2-3 3FG, 7-9 FT) and five rebounds in 36 minutes at Oklahoma City, 3/22...to go with a season-high nine boards, he tallied 14 points, passed out six assists and grabbed two steals in 38 minutes at Boston, 3/28...he missed four games in April (4/6-12) with a strained right peroneal tendon... 2008-09: Appearing in 77 games as a rookie, he averaged 5.7 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists in 16.5 minutes per game...he shot 40.3 percent (150-372) from the field, 32.9 percent (24-73) from 3-pt range and 78.1 percent (114-146) from the free throw line...in seven starts, he averaged 9.7 points, 3.4 assists and 3.3 rebounds in 27.9 minutes per game...he scored in double-figures 17 times with 20+ points three times...he led the team in scoring three times and in assists nine times...in late November, he had three straight games with 20+ points, including a season-high 23 vs. Utah, 11/21...against the Jazz, he was 7-10 from the foul line and that was the only time in his rookie season that he attempted more than eight free throws...that three-game streak was the beginning of a season-long, five-game streak of scoring in double figures...included in that streak was a 19-point, career-high 11-rebound effort vs. Chicago, 11/26, that was his first double-double in the NBA. COLLEGE: An early entry candidate in the 2008 NBA Draft (following his redshirt junior season), he was the first player in school history to be selected in the NBA Draft...he finished fourth in IUPUI Jaguars history in scoring with 1,619 career points... 2007–08: Named the Summit League Player of the Year, he earned AP Honorable Mention All-American honors after averaging 21.5 points, 6.8 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.78 steals and 36.8 minutes per game in 32 appearances...he shot 54.5 percent (220-404) from the field, 45.0 (79-109) from 3-pt range and 81.2 percent (199-245) from the line...he led the Summit League, and ranked 16th in the nation, in scoring... he also ranked among league leaders in rebounding (fifth), assists (fifth), steals (third) and 3-pt FG percentage (fourth)... 2006–07: He broke his right foot in the second game of the season vs. Kent State, 11/11, and returned for a three-game stint in December before being forced to miss the remainder of the season due to the injury... including his 19 points and 15 rebounds vs. Fairleigh Dickinson, 12/29, he averaged 14.6 points, 5.4 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 28.4 minutes per game in five appearances... 2005–06: Named to the All-Mid-Continent Conference First Team, he averaged 18.9 points, 6.0 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.69 steals and 35.1 minutes per game...one of two players to start all 29 games for the Jaguars, he scored in double-figures 25 times with 20+ points 17 times... he tallied a season-high 32 points to go along with 15 rebounds vs. Urbana, 12/19...he set a school record by shooting 10-10 field goals (finishing with 23 points, 10 rebounds and six assists) vs. Missouri-Kansas City, 1/21... he earned Academic All-Mid-Continent Conference honors... 2004–05: He earned a spot on the Mid-Continent Conference All-Newcomer team by averaging 10.7 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.41 steals per game... he shot 52.3 percent (114-218) from the field, 41.2 percent (21-51) from 3-pt range and 70.9 percent (61-86) from the foul line...he started 21 of 29 games and led the team in FT made...he scored in double figures 15 times with a high of 26 points vs. Chicago State, 2/22...he added a career-high 11 assists and four steals vs. Chicago State... he also scored 26 points (hitting 10-11 FG) in 37 minutes at Huntington, 11/24...he finished with 16 points and a career-best 16 rebounds vs. Oakland on 1/8. PERSONAL: As a senior at Broad Ripple High School he led the state of Indiana in scoring with 36.2 ppg, the sixth highest mark in state history…he scored a career-high 48 points at Northview, 1/17/04…named the 2004 City Player of the Year by the Indianapolis Star, he also earned a spot on the Indiana All-Star Team…his is the third sesaon that he has teamed with teammate Paul George for the “G2 Zone,” a special fan zone at Bankers Life Fieldhouse for all home games where fans audition before the season to receive free season tickets from the two players... he lists Michael Jordan as his favorite NBA player…he likes soul food and in his free time can be found bowling…he plays a variety of video games with Rock Band being his favorite (the drums are his instrument of choice)…he enjoys meeting – and talking to – fans…an only child, he is the first member of his family to attend college…he left IUPUI eight hours short of his degree, but is currently taking classes to earn his BA in communications studies.