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Danny Granger's season debut was a little rough, making just 1-of-10 shots and scoring two points. The Indiana Pacers beat the Detroit Pistons, 90-72.
Granger played 19 minutes off the bench. His only stats were two rebounds, an assist and a block. It'll take a little while for Granger to get into game shape.
The Pacers don't play again until hosting the Golden State Warriors Tuesday evening.
Photo: Pacers' Facebook.
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According to Pacers beat writer Mike Wells, Danny Granger will make his season debut tonight (Feb. 23) in Detroit.
Granger has been sidelined all season with patellar tendinosis in his left knee that was treated with an injection in early November and given a three month timetable. The Pacers (34-21) are currently 1st in the Central Division, and 2nd in the Eastern Conference.
Yesterday, coach Vogel told reporters that he would not play Danny Granger until he was 100%. According to Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star, Granger appears to be at a 100%. Danny Granger, who has missed the entire season thus far with a knee injury, will be making his season debut for the Indiana Pacers on Saturday night against the Pistons.The Pacers are currently 34-21 without...
Danny Granger will make his 2012-13 season debut Saturday against the Detroit Pistons, according to the Indianapolis Star's Mike Wells.
The Indiana Pacers have been without Granger due to a knee injury. Of course, he could always suffer a setback, as he was reportedly set to debut Friday night but didn't give it a go. He'll likely be eased back into the lineup, so...
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is almost ready to return to action. He's been close to returning but he has been declared out for Friday's game against the Detroit Pistons. Granger has yet to play in a game this season due to a knee injury. Ryan Field of Fox Sports Detroit and Indiana Pacers beat writer Scott Agnes tweeted about his status, saying that Danny Granger...
It wasn't long ago that I accepted that this Indiana Pacers team, without Danny Granger at least, was going to be a grind-it-out team that would rarely pull away from opponents. They were good defensively, but the near-league-bottom offense was always going to hold them back.
Before the All-Star break, the Pacers started putting together some solid offensive games, mostly...
Will Bynum was suspended on game for punching Tyler Hansbrough on Saturday.
Detroit was down 70-50 in the fourth quarter when Bynum socked Hansbrough in the stomach after the Pacers forward screened him. It was a sneaky move by Bynum, and Hansbrough crouched down in a show of pain afterward. His reaction ensured the referees saw it the move, and they immediately ejected Bynum. ...
Tweet Paul George of the Indiana Pacers is putting together his best season in the NBA to date. Earlier this month George played in his first All-Star Game and he’s averaging career-highs in points (17.8), rebounds (7.8), assists (4), steals (1.8), blocks (0.7), and minutes (37.7). George is also making alot of Pacers fans [...]
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -- The Indiana Pacers were playing well when they got a couple of the days off for the All-Star break. They may be playing even better now.
David West scored 18 points, George Hill had 15 and the surging Pacers beat the Detroit Pistons 114-82 on Friday night.
Indiana has won three straight and eight of 10, including a 98-79 victory against Detroit on Jan. 30....
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. The Detroit Pistons are happy to be done with the Indiana Pacers.
The teams played their last two games of the season this weekend, and Indiana finished off the home-and-home series the same way they started it, routing Detroit 90-72 Saturday at the Palace.
Indiana had led by as many as 43 in Friday's 114-82 blowout in Indianapolis, and were up by 21 in...
I'm going to just come out and say it, Indiana Pacers Paul George might have the block of the 2013 with the below play against the Detroit Pistons on this fair Friday night.Watch as George shuts down Pistons guard Rodney Stuckey's dunk attempt with two hands in the first quarter and sends the ball out-of-bounds:
Pacers. Pistons. Palace. Punches. The only thing missing was Ron Artest and a flying beer cup (such a waste).
History was nowhere near repeating itself Saturday night when there was a little violence during the Pacers/Pistons game. Rather than seeing a player dash into the stands after an unruly fan
it was one of the Pistons--Will Bynum--giving Pacers player Tyler Hansbrough...