Tyler Hansbrough is much more than a college sensation.
The all-time leader in scoring at North Carolina has struggled shooting the ball this season, connecting on just 38.6% of his attempts from the field, but he found his touch Wednesday night.
Hansbrough poured in a season-high 22 points, shooting 8-of-18 from the field, simply because of his hustle.
Six of his nine rebounds came on the offensive end, a statistic that is nothing new for the 6-foot-9 forward. 64 of his 101 rebounds this season have come off Indiana misses.
Even though he has yet to start a game this season, Hansbrough has been a catalyst to the Pacers 21-12 record at the All-Star break, averaging nine points and 4.7 rebounds to key the second unit that routinely outplays its opponent each night.
Hansbrough is available in over 65% of Yahoo! fantasy leagues and once his shot begins to fall consistently, he will have a positive impact on any team.