Posted October 23, 2012 on AP on Fox
PLAYERS: Danny Granger
TEAMS: Indiana Pacers
The Indiana Pacers could be without top scorer Danny Granger for another three months. The team issued a statement Wednesday saying Dr. James Andrews treated the forward's injured left knee with an injection Tuesday, and that the expected recovery process is about three months. He was diagnosed with patellar tendinosis. It's a big blow to a team that went into the season expecting to contend for the Eastern Conference title. Granger led the Pacers in scoring last season at 18.7 points per game. He has averaged 18.2 points and 5.2 rebounds in seven NBA seasons. He played through the injury during Indiana's May playoff run, but it flared up again during offseason workouts. In September, Granger underwent blood-platelet treatment.

Pacers F Granger makes preseason debut

Pacers forward Danny Granger, who has been out with a sore left knee, is making his preseason debut in Indiana's game against Cleveland on Tuesday night. Granger, who didn't play in the Pacers' first five games, is in the starting lineup. Coach Frank Vogel said Granger will play 12 minutes and be increased to 20 minutes in the Pacers' final preseason game against...

Pacers 100, Cavaliers 82

Danny Granger, playing in his first preseason game after being out sidelined by a sore left knee, scored nine points to help the Indiana Pacers beat the Cleveland Cavaliers 100-82 on Tuesday night. Granger, who missed five games, made 4 of 7 shots from the field, including a 3-pointer. He added three rebounds in 13 minutes of action. David West led Indiana with 15 points, and Paul...

Pacers will keep Paul George through 2013-14

The Pacers want starting swingman Paul George to stick around at least two more seasons. Team officials announced Monday they have exercised an option that will keep George with the team through the 2013-14 season. Last season, George averaged 12.1 points, 5.6 rebounds and 2.4 assists, and he's expected to play an even bigger role this season as the Pacers hope to contend for...

Pacers pick up option on George, cut 3 others

The Indiana Pacers announced Monday they have exercised the team option on the contract for swingman Paul George for the 2013-14 season. George started all 66 games in which he played for the Pacers last season and averaged 12.1 points. The team also waived center Luke Nevill and guards Sundiata Gaines and Blake Ahearn. Gaines played in 57 games, including 12 starts, for the...

Expectations soar as Pacers embark on new season

After years of turmoil and disappointment, the Indiana Pacers have turned things around. Fans expect them to contend for an NBA title, and so do the players. When new general manager Kevin Pritchard decided to re-sign All-Star center Roy Hibbert and point guard George Hill to big contracts this offseason, it assured the Pacers of having the same starting five that led them to their...

Gerald Green Dunks On Omri Casspi

The Indiana Pacers brought Gerald Green to town on an extremely affordable deal that was one of the steals of this offseason. He’s always been freakishly athletic, but he never really put his game together until last year. He began to show that he could use his natural skills to get to the rim and score, while producing some serious highlights at the same time. We didn’t think...

Video Of The Week- Gerald Green Dunk

For those NBA fans that do not know who Gerald Green is, you will probably want to before this season starts. Green is now a member of the Indiana Pacers, but spent last season with the Lakers’ D-League team and the team formerly known as the New Jersey Nets. Prior to last year, Green had never been able to establish himself as a reliable NBA player, and spent time with six different...

POTD 10/23/12: Gerald Green on Omri Casspi

It took Gerald Green 15 shots to score 13 points in Indiana’s win over Cleveland, but who’s counting?  As long as he continues to make regular contributions to SportsCenter, few outside of Pacer Nation will be focused on his field goal percentage.  Not that his field goal percentage is bad, because it isn’t; Green is actually shooting nearly 48% from the floor this preseason...

Video: Roy Hibbert performs Gangnam Style flash mob

How cool is this? Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert, with help from some of his friends, performed a flash mob at an Indianapolis mall on Sunday afternoon. Their song of choice? None other than viral senstation "Gangnam Style" by Korean rapper Psy. Good stuff.

Pacers Release Nevill, Gaines, Ahearn

The Pacers have trimmed their roster to 15.

Roy Hibbert Leads Pacers Fans, Crashes Team Mall Event With 'Gangnam Style'

This craze isn't over yet? Over the past months we here at NESN have shared with you many a "Gangnam Style" moment from the world of sports. The Ohion State Buckeyes Spirit Squad represented NCAA football, the Crystal Palace FC cheerleaders drew us closer to international football and even boxer Manny  Pacquiao got in on the act -- and that's just to name a few...

Why Roy Why?

We are all ready for Gangnam to go out of Style, but Roy Hibbert apparently enjoys watching the world burn. The International Song du Jour mixed with the timeless Flash Mob classic is a sad attempt by the Pacers’ PR team. But they are trying. It’s not everyday you see an 86 inch man performing a choreographed dance in a midwestern mall. Click here to view the embedded video....
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