Danny Granger is not too concerned about his early season shooting woes.
The Toronto Raptors might be more worried about DeMar DeRozan's sluggish start, especially if Andrea Bargnani is out for an extended period.
Granger and the Indiana Pacers go for their second victory in Toronto this season Friday night when the Raptors look to get back on track before hitting the road.
Granger is among the worst in the league in field goal percentage at 33.6, but he shot 9 of 16 and scored a season-best 24 points in Wednesday's 96-84 victory over Atlanta.
He missed the Pacers' previous game due to food poisoning.
"I never shoot good at the beginning of the season," Granger said after Indiana improved to 7-3 for the first time in six seasons. "Nothing different."
Not necessarily. Granger averaged 22.1 points on 47.6 percent shooting through the first 10 games of 2010-11, although the Pacers were just 5-5.
He is a 35.5 percent shooter in 11 games in Toronto, but he made 8 of 19 and scored ...