Danny Granger, who made his season debut February 23rd after missing over three months due to a knee injury, will sit out to rest and receive treatments on his sore left knee and be re-evaluated next week. The Pacers forward hasn’t had the smoothest transition back, averaging just 5.4 points and 1.8 rebounds in 15 minutes off of the bench since returning.
According to Pacers:
The Indiana Pacers announced Wednesday that forward Danny Granger had an MRI that showed no new damage on his sore left knee. After consulting with team medical personnel, Granger will rest and receive continued treatments on the knee. He will be re-evaluated in a week.