Luis Scola Thriving in New Role with Pacers
On Tuesday afternoon, (Luis) Scola, the 6-9, 240-pound power forward, felt comfortable in his old home because he’s thriving in his new role.
“I’m getting closer to the end of my career, so the most important thing for me is winning and this is a great chance for me to achieve that,” said Scola, a first-year Pacer averaging 8.3 points in 18 minutes as a backup. “It’s a great place to work and as a matter of fact, we’re winning a lot of games.”
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