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Granger steps into a starring role with Pacers

There are 26 comments on the The Indianapolis Star story from Nov 24, 2007, titled Granger steps into a starring role with Pacers. In it, The Indianapolis Star reports that:

His teammates have nicknamed him "Hollywood" for his good looks. He is starting to carry a swagger on the court that resembles a player who has been in the league eight or nine years, not that of a third-year ...

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Joseph Lee

Kensington, MD

#21 Nov 25, 2007
Good thing for Granger ,, he's been in the league less than Murphy ( mr disappointment ) and playing way better. Murphy stinks ... TRADE HIM NOW !! It abhors me to see his sorry so-called shooter (.400 ) ruining the team with his selfishness. Get rid of him ,, 1 / 10 from the floor ,, I could do better with my eyes closed and they call him a professional !!!!
Joseph Lee

Kensington, MD

#22 Nov 25, 2007
At 6'10" Murphy's job is to get REBOUNDS ,, give Foster some help dirtball !!
Michael Cooper

United States

#23 Nov 25, 2007
James wrote:
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I'd say Granger could be the next Reggie, He's better than Reggie was at year 3, and he can shoot, post, defend and drive...His passing and dribbling will get better...Lets remember Reggie was just a shooter (no knock at all towards Reggie) but I think Danny has potential to be as great as Reggie...Special K...Come on Cooper get your head out your ass
Sorry James, usually I don't respond. But if you remember, Reggie came onto the league starting and firing 3's (mentor: John Long). Clark had Herb Williams, Bird had Robert Parish for backup in the long run. This kid has a point guard on fire, a Center (Harrison) still growing and with JO out of the equation-Winning!. Go Figure, the NBA didn't began and end with MJ and Reggie is retired before his time (meaning he was more than just a shooter). We are back to playing Old School basketball again and will get better in time, but don't hang it on the kid just yet. Entertainment is Good! Go Pacers!
David Smith

United States

#24 Nov 25, 2007
john sawyer wrote:
oneal is probably the most injury prone player of time.
Have you forgot about the player we once had named Bender?

JO is NOT the guy Bird once thought he was and I'd bet money they trade him before the deadline this season.
George McGinnis

Indianapolis, IN

#25 Nov 25, 2007
O'Neal is over rated and selfish. Trade him for picks and cash.

Since: Jul 07

United States

#26 Nov 25, 2007
I was fortunate enough to attend Friday nights game against the Mavs. Danny G flowed through the whole game. He scored a lot of points, yet he wasn't pulling a *Kobe* either.

Also, kudos to Jeff Foster. Foster had Dirk throwing fits and it showed late in the game with the T.

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