• He's not a big name and he doesn't have particularly flashy stats, but have you noticed how good Indiana's Danny Granger has become in his second season? The 6-9, 230-pounder from New Mexico has increased his scoring average from 7.5 to 13 points and become a dangerous three-point threat (39.6 percent), but Granger does more than score. He is a very tough, physical defender at the small forward position. Granger reemerged as a starter following Indiana's eight-player trade with Golden State on Jan. 17, and he has averaged 17.1 points in his last nine games, with Indiana going 6-3 in those games. Granger, the 17th pick in the 2005 draft, has become a very solid two-way player in just a season and a half.
GO DANNY !!!