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Nation: Indiana got a steal. How do you feel about playing with Artest and Stephen Jackson? They share your position.
Danny Granger: I feel really good about my position. I think I slipped far in the draft, but I'm grateful for going to a great winning team in Indiana. I hope to contribute to the organization in any way that I can.
Nation: What will be the hardest part of entering the NBA?
Danny Granger: Adjusting to the physicality of the NBA and the travel schedule. It's definitely a different type of lifestyle.
Nation: Do you feel like your strong outside shooting is just what Indiana needs to get them to the next level?
Danny Granger: Definitely, I think my shooting will help the team, along with my defensive capabilities. And, I'm a senior, so I think my experience will help me a lot.
Nation: Do you believe you would be able to fill the absence of Reggie?
Danny Granger: I think it's hard to immediately fill the role of such a Hall of Fame player like Reggie Miller, but I think that with a lot of hard work and the continued development of my skills, I will try to do what he did.
Nation: Danny, does becoming a Pacer automatically make you start hating the Pistons! :-)
Danny Granger: No. I think it's a respectful rivalry. I'm excited to compete in it!
Nation: Hey Danny, how would you describe your game to fans here in the East who probably didn't get to see you play as often on TV?
Danny Granger: I'm a very versatile player, I can play 2-3 positions, I'm a capable defender and I'll do anything to help my team win.
Very similar to JJ. Both were college PF's that project to NBA SF.
I think neither of them will play much at the 4. Ron can play there without the height because he is so strong. RG is supposed to have a decent post up game, but isn't really big/strong enough to play the 4 on defense.
Like JJ, he is also a pretty good shooter so I imagine he could play the SG in a pinch, but I think he will spend most of his time at SF.
his first real year in the league (you really can not count the 26 minutes he played the year before) and he shot 327 shots, out of which 170 were 3-pointers.
Including hitting the rookie wall once he was played in abundance and then coming back strong he shot .398 from 3pt land, in actual fact point percent higher then regular fieldgoals, (which he only started hitting when Reg told him how to make the fake., step inside and shoot)
He has great form, size, decent defender, rebounder and working with Chuck will only improve him.
.398 from 3pt land in your first year in the league, making 67 of 170 is not given to a lot of rooks.
So Long And Thanks For All The Fish.
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