The Indiana Pacers will be very busy at the trade deadline even if they don't make any trades. Being as far removed from the playoffs as they are has put them into a position where they may have to sell off pieces and start from scratch. Myles Turner, Caris LeVert, Justin Holiday and several others could elicit assets from teams around the NBA.

Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report listed seven possible suitors for Turner and reported that the Pacers want multiple first-round picks in order to part with the 25-yea-old big man.

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Myles Turner appears the likeliest Indiana player to be traded before the deadline, with a list of suitors that includes Dallas, Minnesota, New York, Sacramento, Charlotte and Portland. Toronto was also mentioned by several league personnel as a team to keep an eye on for Turner's services. The Pacers' asking price is said to include multiple first-round picks.

Fischer reported that Indiana has a similar asking price for LeVert, naming two possible suitors for the 27-year-old.

Caris LeVert has known suitors in Cleveland and New York, but so far Indiana has requested multiple first-round picks for the 27-year-old guard as well, sources said. The Pacers have also placed calls assessing the value of Justin Holiday, Jeremy Lamb and Torrey Craig.

The Knicks made a move for Cam Reddish, which may change how they approach pursuing LeVert. Still, Indiana could shop him around further in order to generate more interest.

The Pacers will have to make a decision about their future soon enough. Rocking with the same cast as the past few years hasn't worked at all. The option to commence a firesale at the trade deadline could pay off in the long run.