CBSSports.com "The Pacers have established themselves firmly as one of the league three or four best teams, coming off a season in which they were a game away from the Finals. And they've done it without a guy that used to be their franchise player. But Danny Granger could be close to returning. Via the Indy..." December 07
Before anyone asks: No change in Danny Granger's condition. Will not play tomorrow in Charlotte. #Pacers
Granger (calf) is out on the @tdgarden floor pregame getting shots up. That’s a small, but encouraging sign. Still has to practice w/o pain.
Indianapolis Star "Danny Granger will miss at least the opening three weeks of the season with a strained left calf, the Indiana Pacers announced Monday morning. Granger, who missed most of last season with a left knee injury, played in five preseason games. He sat out the final three preseason..." October 28
Pacers F Danny Granger will miss the first two games of the season with a calf strain, according to head coach Frank Vogel.
Vogel said Granger's calf strain is worse than they thought and it's unlikely that he plays opening night. Stephenson will start.
CBSSports.com "Last week Danny Granger said that his tentative return date to full activities would be October 5th the extent of his sixth-month recovery prognosis from his knee injury. At Media Day Friday Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel said that Granger will be back earlier than that though. As in..." September 27
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers President Larry Bird saw Lance Stephenson standing in the crowd during a news conference to announce Paul George’s contract extension and decided to send a little love to the fast-improving guard. “Don’t worry Lance” Bird said. “You’re going to have this next year.” That’s..." September 26
NBA.com "The biggest question surrounding the Pacers isn’t whether Paul George is going to get a new contract — it’s just a matter of time — but rather how forward Danny Granger is looking. Last year Granger missed all but five games due to a left knee injury. He was shut down during the first week in..." September 25
CBSSports.com "In a wide-ranging Q&A with "Dime" Pacers forward Danny Granger said that his six-month rehab process puts him back to recovery on October 5th and that he anticipates playing in the preseason. Dime: There's been a lot of discussion about your role with the team after Lance Stephenson played so..." September 20
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger isn’t ready to answer questions about whether he or Lance Stephenson will be in the starting lineup when the season opens. “I’ve got to play first” he said. “That’s the question I’ve got to answer first.” Granger who spoke to the media at Bankers Life..." September 19
Real GM Basketball "The Indiana Pacers have begun exploring trades of Danny Granger and Gerald Green. With David West set to re-sign on a three-year, $36 million contract, the Pacers are trying to improve their salary situation." July 02
Always Miller Time "This is the simple question on Indiana Pacers’ fans minds as we enter this off season. Personally, I don’t think you do anything with Danny Granger at this moment. I don’t think any team is going to take a chance on him after missing all of last season minus five games. It might as well be a lost..." June 23
Walsh on Granger: "Very optimistic. It comes from the medical opinions we've had that Danny will be back for training camp & should be 100%"
NBA.com "The Indiana Pacers announced Thursday that forward Danny Granger will miss the remainder of the season to undergo surgery on his left knee. The decision was made after all conservative treatment options could not alleviate the soreness Granger encountered. After consultation between Granger,..." March 28
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers could have a full roster for the first time in weeks against the Dallas Mavericks tonight. David West and Danny Granger are expected to be back in the lineup after being out with injuries. Granger has been out since March 6 with pain in his left knee. The Pacers decided..." March 28
Indianapolis Star "Danny Granger’s return to an Indiana Pacers uniform is just one of the medical cases coach Frank Vogel is watching as a four-game Western Conference road trip begins Wednesday night in Houston. Vogel expects the former NBA All-Star to play sometime this week — although maybe not against the..." March 27
Stephenson and Granger practiced, Hill and West did not. All expected to play sometime on 4-gm trip. West likely held out at least 1 more.
Pacers hurting. Both Hill (left groin strain) and Stephenson (right hip flexor strain) join West and Granger in street clothes tonight.
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers are closing in on their first Central Division title since the 2003-04 season. It didn’t seem possible two weeks into the season. The Pacers were 3-6 and finding different ways to lose as they were still in shock over the absence of Danny Granger, their leading scorer the..." March 25
Indianapolis Star "The $13-million question surrounding the Indiana Pacers and Danny Granger is: when will he overcome his patellar tendinosis and get back on the court to help the team? There’s no definite answer for that, according to Dr. Christopher Kaeding, orthopedic surgeon at Ohio State University Sports..." March 20
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers could be without their starting power forward tonight against the Cleveland Cavaliers, but their former starting small forward has been cleared to resume on-court activities. Power forward David West suffered a lower back sprain in the second half of Saturday’s loss to the..." March 18
Vogel said Granger (knee) will be out the next 3 games and be evaluated at the end of the week.
Danny Granger will miss the next week with knee soreness
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers swingman Danny Granger’s transition back into the lineup has hit another roadblock. Granger sat out of Tuesday’s practice and is questionable for Wednesday’s game against the Boston Celtics because of “above average” soreness in his left knee. The team is classifying Granger..." March 06
Granger was held out of practice today due to above-average soreness in his left knee. He's day-to-day.
Granger sore left knee. Will not return.
NBA.com "It’s been awhile since Danny Granger leaned up against the padded walls of the practice court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse to talk with the local media. He’s remained silent for the almost four months after receiving an injection in his left knee by the world-renowned Dr. James Andrews. Granger had..." February 26
Indianapolis Star "It was a little moment that wouldn’t mean much to many, but it carried significant weight for Indiana Pacers swingman Danny Granger. As his teammates cracked jokes inside the packed locker room at the Palace of Auburn Hills after their fourth straight victory on Saturday, Granger soaked in the..." February 26
Indianapolis Star "It was a little moment that wouldn’t mean much to many, but it carried significant weight for Indiana Pacers swingman Danny Granger. As his teammates cracked jokes inside the packed locker room at the Palace of Auburn Hills after their fourth straight victory on Saturday, Granger soaked in the..." February 25
USA Today "He sat on the sidelines for the first 115 days of the regular season, watching as his teammates beat some of the best teams in the league. His other time was spent in the training and weight rooms, working to improve his injured left knee. He shunned every media interview request, not wanting..." February 24
If Granger plays as expected, he'll come off the bench. In a way, Granger could be the most important acquisition at the trade deadline.
Danny Granger won't play tonight vs. the Pistons.
Indianapolis Star "Tick, tick, tick, tick. That’s the seconds passing by until the NBA’s 3 p.m. (eastern) trade deadine. My Twitter timeline has been full of questions (almost as many as the daily Danny Granger questions) about what moves the Pacers are going to make. I was told there’s about a “20 percent”..." February 21
Sporting News "So who wants a shooting guard? Because there are two guys with pretty good credentials who could be had for a song. First up: Chicago Bulls guard Richard Hamilton. Chicago has toyed with trading Hamilton for a while now, because the team does not want to pay the new, very prohibitive luxury..." February 19
A source told me that Danny Granger's injury wasn't just patellar tendinitis. He also had a small hole in the cartilage in his knee.
Indianapolis Star "Indiana Pacers small forward Danny Granger took a significant step toward returning to the lineup Monday. Granger didn’t report any significant problems from his first fullcourt contact practice on Sunday. “He said he felt really good,” Paces coach Frank Vogel said. “Couple of movements he..." February 12
Sporting News "Indiana Pacers star forward Danny Granger, out all season with a left knee injury, went through his first full-court practice Sunday and could be back in the lineup as early as Wednesday against the Charlotte Bobcats, the Indianapolis Star reported. One question remains, however: How long would..." February 11
Indy Cornrows "Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger took another big step toward returning to game action when he took part in full-court work with his teammates on Sunday. Mike Wells and Jeremiah Johnson spoke with Frank Vogel following practice and the Pacers coach avoided setting expectations for Granger's..." February 10
Indianapolis Star "Frank Vogel smirked. David West shook his head. Roy Hibbert rolled his eyes. The Indiana Pacers know their 3-4 record could easily be 6-1 if not for some missed shots and errors in the fourth quarter of games. A D.J. Augustin missed 3-pointer from the corner at the buzzer against Charlotte. A..." November 13
SB Nation "For the past couple years, many have wondered what the Indiana Pacers might look like if Danny Granger wasn't in the lineup. His game has stagnated since his all-star campaign in 2008-09, and he was blocking promising youngster Paul George from his natural position of small forward. But now..." November 07
Indy Cornrows "Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is out indefinitely because of a sort left knee, according to the Pacers' Twitter account. Granger felt a "sharp pain" in his knee when he attempted a layup against Chicago on Friday, according to the Indianapolis Star's Mike Wells. Granger, 28, played in..." October 30
Indianapolis Star "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..." October 22
Indy Cornrows "Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger suffered a minor knee injury this offseason, and as a result the Pacers plan toease him slowly into preseason camp. According to Mike Wells of the Indianapolis Star, Granger injured his left knee while working out in Los Angeles late this summer. Though Wells..." September 26
Indianapolis Star "I made the first of what will be many trips to Bankers Life Fieldhouse over the next eight months on Tuesday to talk to Pacers coach Frank Vogel for a story for the paper later this week. Vogel addressed a number of topics about the team heading into training camp next week. Some of the things..." September 25
Miami Herald "Indiana's OWN "big three" — Danny Granger, David West and Roy Hibbert — asserted itself early in Game 6 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Thursday night. But when the Pacers abandoned their inside game, Miami's Dwyane Wade and the Heat took over and ended the series with a 105-93 win. "They gave it..." May 25
Indianapolis Star "The Indiana Pacers spent every chance they got this season talking about their depth. Lose a player, don't panic. Simply plug in another and keep going. The Pacers lost forward Danny Granger for a short time late in the first half against the Miami Heat. They started falling apart. The..." May 23
Miami Herald "Whatever Danny Granger's motive for his technical fouls, LeBron James said he isn't falling for anything that could get him ejected from a game. Granger received technical fouls in Games 2, 3 and 4, and the individual matchup between Granger and James has produced some heated moments in the..." May 23
Indianapolis Star "Welcome to the next round of the playoffs, Danny Granger, where the stars shine brighter and others go hide in the corner. Sorry Indiana Pacers fans, but Granger was the latter in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Don't worry, though; he had company. Teammate Paul George was right..." May 14
Indianapolis Star "Take your pick. A. LeBron James and Dwayne Wade. B. Danny Granger. C. The officiating. Hopefully you didn't pick 'C' because that's not the right answer. While there definitely was some questionable calls that went against the Pacers in Game 1, you can't blame their loss on the..." May 14