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Well, the Indiana Pacers wanted to move up the ladder in the Eastern Conference to compete with the likes of the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics and now they are finding out first hand what that all entails. Persevering through the injuries is part of achieving such success. And now the Pacers will have the next three months to show the rest of the league if they can walk that walk. The Pacers announced Wednesday that their franchise player, Danny Granger, could be out until February after receiving an injection in his left knee to treat left patellar tendinitis. He is expected to miss at least the next three months of action. In all, Granger’s absence could exclude him from 46 of the Pacers regular season games, putting the onus on the entire team to step up in his absence. A large part of that duty, however, will be placed upon Gerald Green and Sam Young who will likely swap starts while Granger is out. It's going to have to be a team concept," head coach Fran...
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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.
A lot of Pacers fans would like to know what the team would be like without Danny Granger. Well, now they have their wish.The Pacers' leading scorer of the last 5 years has been sidelined for 3 months after undergoing a procedure for his aching left knee. This means Granger won't play again until early January, and knowing that he is a notoriously slow starter, he might not...
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...
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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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 received an injection on Tuesday to treat left patellar tendinosis.
While the Pacers have been linked to players such as Mickael Pietrus and Josh Howard this week, they do not have immediate plans to make a roster addition in the wake of Danny Granger's extended absence.
Paul george and David West will have to carry the scoring load.
The worst possible news for Danny Granger owners came yesterday when it was announced that he would be sidelined for the next three months with a knee bone problem. Who are your Huckleberries for the next three months in Indiana? You know the drill, Gerald Green, George Hill, Paul George, Roy Hibbert and David West. All should be owned and if Gerald Green isn’t then he should be...
With Danny Granger out of the Pacers' lineup, Mickael Pietrus is an option for the organization but is far from officially signing a contract and remains in discussions with a few other teams.
While the Minnesota Timberwolves have enjoyed some early success without their two top players, the Indiana Pacers continue to struggle offensively minus injured star Danny Granger.
The Timberwolves look to win three in a row by handing the visiting Pacers a third consecutive defeat Friday night.
Even with star Kevin Love sidelined for at least six weeks with a broken right hand...