Don't know how reliable this "source" but I would hate for this to be true.
By Frank Isola
The Indiana Pacers are the NBA’s lone undefeated team and Paul George is quickly entering into the conversation of best players not named LeBron.
But all is not perfect in America’s heartland. According to a source, Danny Granger is experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired left knee after missing most of last season.
The veteran forward is currently sidelined with a left calf injury that could keep him out another two weeks. The greater concern is his long-term health of his knee and whether Granger will regain his form.
Even without Granger, the team built by Larry Bird and Donnie Walsh has enough talent and size to overtake the Miami Heat. Power forward Luis Scola will turn out to be one of the top moves of the offseason.
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Really want Danny to be a integral part of this team if it wins a championship. He deserves it after playing through those seasons of the Pacers struggling.