After splitting time running the point with Darren Collison last year, the point guard position is now his.

The 26-year-old will be the Indiana Pacers starting point guard, and he will benefit from having the clearly defined role. 

Hill is a natural scorer. He is a good shooter, and he knows how to get to the rim. He averaged 9.6 points in 25.5 minutes per game last season while shooting 36.7 from beyond the arc and 44.2 percent from the field. His 2.9 assists per game tied a career high. 

Those numbers will increase with his minutes and his natural maturation, and he should see a big jump in assists while being the primary ball distributor on a talented team. 

Hill is not going to be an elite point guard by any stretch of the imagination, but he will be a solid producer and will come cheap.