MIAMI -- There was more to worry about than Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger picking up an offensive foul with 10:15 left in Saturday's game against the Miami Heat.
Granger, the Pacers' top scorer, had to leave the game momentarily when he injured his left ankle on a drive to the basket.
Granger went straight to the locker room but returned a little more than two minutes later.
"I came down on it and twisted it," he said as he sat with it wrapped in ice afterward. "I rolled it on the inside. It's a sprained ankle, but you have to play through it, especially when it's in the fourth quarter."
No short rotation
Pacers coach Jim O'Brien wasn't sure how his rotation was going to be Saturday after playing an overtime game against Orlando on Friday and not getting to Miami until late.
The Pacers coach wasn't too worried about fatigue because every starter played at least 35 minutes except for point guard T.J. Ford. Ford played only 26 minutes and was on the bench for the last four minutes.
Travis Diener, the half player in O'Brien's 81/2-man rotation, didn't play.
The Pacers are turning "Black Friday" into Blue and Gold day.
The Pacers are offering single-game tickets for the second half of this season starting at 6 a.m. Friday.
Single-game tickets will be available starting with the Jan. 14 home game against Detroit.
Discount tickets range from $5 for all balcony and club level seats for the first 200 fans from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. to buying three tickets and getting one free from 10:00 a.m. to noon.