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Andy FlintIndiana Pacers’ high-flyer, Gerald Green jams home a huge slam against the Spurs during Monday night’s action in San Antonio. Green’s big play came with about 1:20 left in the first quarter and brought the Pacers to within four points of the Spurs. The swingman (Green) clocked 26 minutes and finished the game with 9 points and 8 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough as the veteran Spurs rolled to a 101-79 victory at home against a Danny Granger-less Indiana squad who seems to still be searching for their identity. Regardless of what the Pacers’ record is at the end of the season, I expect to get my fill of Gerald Green highlights throughout. This incredibly talented highlight machine is the dunking gift that keeps on giving. Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists
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Indianapolis, IN – Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger could miss up to three months after getting an injection to treat left patellar tendinosis, the Pacers announced Wednesday.
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Pacers forward Danny Granger underwent a procedure on his left knee Tuesday and it is expected that he could be out of the lineup for up to three months.
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger will miss three months after undergoing a procedure on his left knee, the team announced Thursday. Granger's injury was described as left patellar tendinosis. The Pacers said he received an injection on Tuesday from Dr. James Andrews in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Without Granger, the Pacers will be searching for offense to offset his loss. Granger...
The Indiana Pacers had high hopes coming into the 2012-13 season after taking the Miami Heat to Game 6 in last year’s Eastern Conference semifinals.
Frank Vogel‘s squad has the talent and depth to pose a legitimate threat in the Eastern Conference this season, but the Pacers were dealt a blow on Wednesday when the team announced that small forward Danny Granger will miss three...
Danny Granger played the “tough guy” role against the Miami Heat last season in their second-round match-up in the playoffs.
But it looks like Indiana will miss out on that for right now as he will be forced to miss the next three months of this season after he received an injection Tuesday to treat left patellar tendinosis.
Granger was originally reported as day-to-day with...
Tweet Lou Williams, the newest member of the Atlanta Hawks, is quickly getting acclimated to his new team. Williams is also from the Atlanta area, and christened his homecoming by slamming on Indiana Pacers forward Tyler Hansbrough: Welcome home, Lou. -ALR
Driving into the AT&T Center, there was the usual array of fans dawning the silver and black jerseys tonight. Although instead of some of the number three jerseys showing the last name “Jackson,” tonight a few said “Hill.”
George Hill, who was drafted and began his career in San Antonio, is back in the Alamo City as the Indiana Pacers (2-1) prepare to face...
Danny Granger of the Indiana Pacers and Rudy Gay of the Memphis Grizzlies are of the NBA’s best small forwards, but for every similarity between the two has a corresponding difference. The older Granger has an All-Star appearance, while Gay does not. Granger’s game is a bit more subtle, while Gay relies more on his tremendous athleticism. Both fill the stat sheet and...
Danny Granger received an injection on Tuesday to treat left patellar tendinosis.
The Indiana Pacers haven't impressed on the offensive end with Danny Granger sidelined, but they're getting plenty of rebounds and second-chance points to go along with their hard-nosed defense.
That might cause problems for the Atlanta Hawks if Josh Smith is out again.
Playing its fifth game in eight nights, Indiana will try to avoid losing in Atlanta for the 10th straight...
Ian Mahinmi’s time with the San Antonio Spurs was short. There were some moments that made it seem like he could be a big asset to the team and others that made Spurs fans glad he didn’t stick around too long.
Mahinmi left San Antonio for Dallas and won a championship with the Mavericks and now he’s in Indiana. He’s averaging 17 minutes and 4.5 points per game with the...
I'm not gonna bother with a long recap. Right now, the Indiana Pacers are simply no match for the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs are just smoother, more co-ordinated, more efficient and better at both ends of the floor right now, and it showed in the 101-79 drubbing they gave to the Pacers on Tuesday.None of the Pacers played well, but that's probably because the Spurs didn...
“They’re a well-oiled machine, particularly on the offensive end, but they brought a great deal of energy on the defensive end tonight and it was too much for us to overcome.”
That was Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel after his team was defeated by 22-points at the hands of the San Antonio Spurs who have set a franchise record in their team history with a 4-0 start...