The Indiana Pacers are expected to have four of their starters from last season on the court together Tuesday night for the first time in the preseason when they take on the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena.

Forward Danny Granger, out all of the preseason because of a left knee injury, will make his debut, although he will be limited to 12 minutes of playing time.

He'll start with Paul George, David West and Roy Hibbert. D.J. Augustin will continue to start at point guard until George Hill returns from a hip pointer.

Gerald Green, who has started at small forward, will move to the bench.

"It feels good (to be able to play)," Granger said. "I've been practicing for the past week and a half, but this will be the first time I've had some game experience. It's good to get my feet wet a little bit."

Granger couldn't put a percentage on how healthy his knee is other than he's not in the 80-90 percent range.

"It's building up to that," he said. "Some days it feels better than other days, but I still play through the pain. I'm kind of limited to what I can do on the court, but I'm still playing."