Saturday, February 23rd, 2013 at 1:31 pm  |  15 responses

Danny Granger Will Reportedly Make Season Debut Saturday

The Indianapolis Star reports that Danny Granger will be back in the Pacers’ lineup Saturday night against the Pistons. The former All-Star has missed the entire season with a knee injury and his return was expected this weekend:

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    they could potentially beat the Heat

  • http://twitter.com/Jzakoni Sanchez

    trade this man.

  • theDankerNuggets

    yeah that match up really well with the heat

  • spit hot fiyah

    i hope he does the amare thing and says that he is ok with coming of the bench. indiana has really found their groove, now granger just needs to come in with a green light and kill 2nd stringers while not getting in the way of starting lineup. and kudos to amare for not complaining at all (as far as i know) about coming of the bench, it’s easy to say one won’t mind coming of the bench when one is hurt, but it’s another thing to be cool about when one is involved in meaningful games.

  • #13

    How ?

  • Whoareyou

    Nah, Granger will turn into a “tough guy” again and the Pacers will be playing 4 on 5 before you know it.

  • Dick Tracy

    Danny Granger is overrated

  • https://twitter.com/jasontichenor Mr. Wet

    I’d be okay with him being a starter, or a bench player. Moving Lance Stephenson to the bench could be a good thing for a second unit that has trouble scoring. He could bring that second unit energy that is the key to a good bench. I’m also okay with Danny doing that same thing. They just need to make a decision and stick with it, so they don’t have a chemistry issue going into the playoffs.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Gilbert/100001749589586 Mike Gilbert

    with rebounding and defense!

  • i_ball

    Roy Hibbert needs to step up big time in order for them to have a chance of doing that

  • i_ball

    I think the Pacers got him right – 60 million for 5 years is about what he desrves. He was in top 5 in scoring 3-4 seasons ago. He can’t lead a team deep into the playoffs but is a very very good 2nd or 3rd option.

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  • roscoe

    team system(s) & a collective team have a lot to do w/ individual production.

  • RKJ92

    That’s wishful thinking at best.

  • JL

    I hope the Pacers win so the teams can be reminded that championships are possible without 3 stars. Grouping all the stars together on a few teams makes the other teams too weak. The CBA should restrict salaries over 15 mil a year to 2 per team. I guess we would see a bunch of 14.99999 mil players then.