Found March 09, 2013 on HoopStuff:
The Indiana Pacers are currently on pace to finish with the second best record in the Eastern Conference  and are considered by many in the media, to be the only team that can really push the Heat for the Eastern Conference Crown. The Pacers recently got Danny Granger back, who has acted as the team’s franchise player for the last half decade and had yet to play single minute this season because of a knee injury. Although after he came back, he played horribly and reinjured himself after only five games and when he returns in the next week or so, they should decide to play him off of the bench for the rest of the season and in the playoffs, as it would be best for the team, which is the only thing that matters. An All Star just a few years ago and the team’s second highest paid player and leading scorer for the past several years, Danny Granger will certainly not like this idea, but for three very distinct reasons, it would be best for everyone. Oh and if he complains to the Pacers,...
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