The Indiana Pacers have officially been eliminated from the NBA Playoffs after falling to the Boston Celtics four games to none. Nate McMillan knows that this version of the Pacers may have come to an end.

According to McMillan in his post-game press conference, the Pacers could look a lot different next season. They have a lot of players set to hit the free agency market. Kevin Pritchard could also be aggressive with a lot of cap room that the team has to improve around Victor Oladipo, who will return next season from a torn quad.

Take a look at the clip of McMillan talking about the team’s future for yourself.

Indiana currently has only seven players under contract for next season. They have seven players that played roles for the team hitting free agency.

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At this point in time, the Pacers are projected to have around $44 million in cap room this offseason. They have been rumored to be a team to watch when it comes to aggressiveness in free agency. Pritchard has always tried to find ways to land stars and Indiana has a legitimate chance to get one this offseason.

Kemba Walker is one name that has come up often for the Pacers. He would be a perfect fit for Indiana alongside Oladipo in the back-court. Walker would also give Indiana another go-to scorer to help in scoring drought situations like the ones they had in the playoffs against Boston.

All of that being said, it will be interesting to see what the Pacers’ roster looks like next season. They are going to have some level of change, but they may try to re-sign players like Thaddeus Young and Bojan Bogdanovic.

Expect to see the Pacers be one of the most active teams this offseason in free agency and on the trade market.