Eastern Conference & Danny Granger

The Eastern Conference is one of two conferences in the National Hockey League (NHL) used to divide teams. Danny Granger, Jr. (born April 20, 1983) is an American professional basketball player for the Indiana Pacers of the NBA. He is mainly a small forward, though he does log time at the power forward position. He is also able to initiate the team's offense and so is regarded as one who can play the point forward position. Before his professional career, he went to Grace King High School in Metairie, Louisiana where he was a McDonald's All-American nominee before his senior year. He was a good student who scored a 30 on the ACT and was offered admission to Yale University. He played for Bradley University and then transferred to University of New Mexico in the middle of his sophomore year. 5.0/5

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FROM BEYOND THE ARC By: Police Chief Inspector Rico C Santotome Jr (OS), RN, MPM Now Playing: 2014 NBA Final Four Beginning today, the respective conference finales of both the East and the West will blast off starting with Game One of the Indiana-Miami rematch scheduled this Monday to be played over at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse while tomorrow, Oklahoma City takes on San Antonio on the road at the AT&T Center in Texas. In a replay of their Eastern Conference finals showdown last season, both the Pacers and the Heat try to outduel each other in a race-to-four battle with No. 1 Indiana aiming for no less than a revenge after the Heat won the East plum of the 2012-13 NBA season in a marathon seven games over Frank Vogel's charges the last time. This time around, with old reliable Danny Granger out and Evan Turner acquired from Philadelphia, the Pacers are out to prove to all and sundry that they're the best team capable of unseating the three-peat seeking Heat in the East and in the entire NBA as well for ...
you heard this HERE first! the biggest move of the NBA Trade Deadline this year, came from one of the best teams in the NBA, and the current leader atop the Eastern Conference...the Indiana Pacers. The Pacers agreed to a trade with the Philadelphia 76ers, where they would trade Danny Granger, who has been with the team for his entire career so far, in exchange for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen. That wasn't the only move the Sixers did at the trade deadline, they also agreed to trade center Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers, as it appears Philadelphia is taking "tanking" to a whole new level. It could get worse for the 76ers, as it has been reported Danny Granger was not happy with the trade (who could blame him) and he is reportedly requesting a buyout from the team. Rumor is that if he completes a buyout, the 2 teams on Granger's list are the San Antonio Spurs, and of course...the Miami Heat. A few days ago, it wouldn't be possible for Danny Granger to sign with the Heat because Miami did not have a ...
The Pacers did Danny Granger wrong. Smh dude was ballin' for them before they were even considered a contender in the Eastern conference.
NEW YORK – The Indiana Pacers, sitting atop the NBA’s Eastern Conference, obtained swingman Evan Turner from Philadelphia in exchange for Danny Granger in the biggest deal Thursday at the league’s trade deadline. The Pacers, who also obtained forward Lavoy Allen in the swap, also sent the 76ers a 2015 NBA Draft second-round pick in the deal. Turner, who will be a free agent after the season, was the second selection in the 2010 NBA Draft and is averaging 17.4 points, 6.0 rebounds and 3.7 assists this season. Granger has spent his entire nine-year career with the Pacers, averaging 17.6 points a game. At 41-13, the Pacers are two games ahead of Miami for the best record in the East and a home-court playoff edge throughout the conference playoffs, but have lacked scoring punch at times, relying upon a tough defense. Other East teams fighting for playoff position despite losing records made moves to tweak their roster as well. The Atlanta Hawks (25-28) obtained veteran forward Antawn Jamison from the Lo ...
WOW Indiana let Danny Granger go to Philly for Evan Turner? How will this help or hurt the Pacers against Miami in the Eastern Conference finals?
After that Danny Granger trade, it's pretty much official. The Pacers WILL be Eastern Conference champs
COMMENTARY | The Indiana Pacers welcomed Danny Granger back to the rotation just a couple short weeks ago, but he has already shown major improvement over that period of time. Indiana currently holds the best record in the Eastern Conference, and the addition of a healthy Granger will be huge for th...
NBA Pacers rip Cavaliers to stretch East edge - Paul George scored 21 points and Roy Hibbert added 19 to power Indiana over Cleveland 91-76 on Tuesday, improving the Pacers' NBA Eastern Conference-leading record to 25-5. The Pacers, who have won 15 of 16 home games so far this season, also had 13 points from George Hill and 12 off the bench from Danny Granger in stretching their overall winning streak to five games. George grabbed eight rebounds and Luis Scola came off ...
An Exclusive trade: Rondo to the Pacers in exchange for Danny Granger and George Hill. Could this Happen and give Indiana a shot for the title? And a threat to the Eastern Conference? Not sure right now is my answer since we haven't seen Rondo play in a while but if he is better than last year, anything can happen for the Pacers. Even a championship.
All-knee surgery team in the Eastern Conference playoffs: Rajon Rondo, Lou Williams, Derrick Rose, Danny Granger, Amaré Stoudemire
Isaac Baldizon/NBAE via Getty Images By TIM REYNOLDS AP Sports Writer MIAMI (AP) Lebron James and Dwyane Wade did almost everything for Miami - until the final minute. And that has the Heat facing their first big problem of the postseason. David West scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and the Indiana Pacers took home-court advantage away from Miami by beating the Heat 78-75 in Game 2 of the teams' Eastern Conference semifinal series Tuesday night - after James and Wade both came up short on key opportunities down the stretch. "We never felt like we were the underdogs," Indiana's Danny Granger said. The series is tied at a game apiece, with Game 3 in Indianapolis on Thursday night. With Chris Bosh out indefinitely because of a strained abdominal muscle, James scored 28 points for Miami and Wade finished with 24, making them the only two Heat players to score more than five - the first time that happened in franchise history, according to STATS LLC. James missed two free throws with 54.3 seconds left ...
Pacers are in the Eastern Conference... without Danny Granger.
...in the Eastern Conference while they're best player, Danny Granger, has not played yet this season due to injury.
Dylan's NBA standings review: The Indiana Pacers are currently 17-12 and 4th in the Eastern Conference, without Danny Granger? Not to mention no help from Roy Hibbert, as he has a nagging hand injury. With Gerald Green finally finding some confidence, the Pacers bench is improving, but once Granger comes back, they could be improved more than anyone else expects. As Paul George moves into Granger's spot as SF, Lance Stephenson has taken over at SG for Indiana. Stephenson is averaging 7.4 PPG, which may not sound great, but let's remember Stephenson has only played for a few years now, and he has been finding his groove recently. So when Granger comes back, the Pacers not only have their star scorer and leader back, but more talent on the bench with Stephenson being moved down. David West and Paul George's numbers have improved from last year's team that took the NBA champion Miami Heat to 6 games in the second round of the playoffs. As long Hibbert progresses, and Indiana finds a backup for George Hill, t ...
Only in the Eastern Conference could a team miss its best player for the first 29 games, see its lone 2012 All Star struggle mightily, and remain 4th in the conference standings. That has been exactly the case for the Indiana Pacers as Danny Granger has yet to see the court this season and Roy [...]
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger was hit with a technical foul for stepping to Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade during Game 4 of an Eastern Conference semifi...
Heat 101, Pacers 93 This whole team vs. superstars storyline is playing out even more dramatically than scripted. Miami's marquee players took their Game 1 brilliance a step further in Game 4 and now the balance of the Eastern Conference semifinal series has shifted. Lebron James and Dwyane Wade combined for 70 points, including 38 in a row in a span of more than 13 minutes, as Miami rallied from a 10-point deficit to beat Indiana 101-93 Sunday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. The Heat tied the series at 2-2 and regained homecourt advantage as the teams head to Miami for Game 5 Tuesday. James scored 40 with 18 rebounds and nine assists, while Wade shook off another slow start to score 22 of his 30 in the second half, hitting 10 of 13 shots to erase the memory of his five-point outing in Game 3. Indiana got 20 points from Danny Granger but big men Roy Hibbert and David West both were limited by foul trouble and combined for just 18 points and 15 boards. QUOTABLE: "You're not just going to always be able to domi ...
James, Wade lift Heat over Pacers in Game 4 INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Lebron James scored 40 points, superstar sidekick Dwyane Wade added 30 - 22 in the second half - and Miami's dynamic duo took over after halftime to get the Heat even in the series with a 101-93 win over the Indiana Pacers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals Sunday. With Chris Bosh injured and back in Florida, the James-Wade tandem saved the Heat, who will host Game 5 on Tuesday night at AmericanAirlines Arena. James was at his MVP best, adding 18 rebounds and nine assists and refusing to let Miami's season slip away. Wade rebounded from the worst playoff game of his career, shaking off a 1 of 8 shooting start and adding nine rebounds and six assists. Danny Granger scored 20 to lead the Pacers. Down by 10 points in the third quarter, the Heat were in danger of having their championship dreams obliterated by an Indiana team outworking them at both ends and backed by a towel-waving fans. James would have none of it. And this time, Wade ...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Roy Hibbert had 19 points and 18 rebounds, George Hill scored 20 and Danny Granger 17 as the Indiana Pacers, showing more balance, toughness and togetherness than Miami, throttled the Heat 94-75 on Thursday night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Overlooked during the regular season and given little chance to upset the reigning East champions, the Pacers took a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series. Better store that SMOKE MACHINE BRON BRON. NOT 1, NOT 2, NOT 3...KINDA LOOKING LIKE NOT ANY...KARMA
The Pacers played Miami in game Two of the Eastern Conference Semifinals last night. Danny Granger scored a whopping 10 points while holding Lebron James to ONLY 28 points. Roy Hibber barely scored and for that matter barely touched the ball, in spite of the fact that Miami doesnt have a real center and nobody who can contain him. The Pacers missed five of six free throws in the last three minutes, hit 37% of their field goals for the entire game, and rarely got a break froim the refs. Miami outscored the Pacers by six in the fourth quarter and constantly got putbacks and offensive rebounds. In spite of all this, the Pacers won by three points, hightlighted by a frenetic third quarter when they scored 28 points to Miami's 14. The hightlights on ESPN was all about Miami Miami Miami Miami. So how did the Pacers win? They played defense when it counted the new acquisistions played well (West, Hill and Barbosa) and as usual, Lebron James choked down the stretch. This was the biggest win for the Pacer ...
The team I respect the most in the Eastern Conference bouta knodk the MVP outa the playoffs in 7! Danny Granger gunna get off against the Heat I can see it now...
Miami Heat vs Indian Pacers for NBA Eastern conference semi final, Nice match up: Lebron James vs Danny Granger...
INDIANAPOLIS -- It was just like old times at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Finally. After years of losing and players finding trouble, the Indiana Pacers finally gave their fans something to really cheer about. Danny Granger scored 25 points to help the Pacers defeat the Orlando Magic 105-87 on Tuesday night and clinch their first-round Eastern Conference playoff series 4-1.
Danny Granger scored 26 points and Roy Hibbert added 18 Wednesday as Indiana pulled away for a 97-74 victory over Orlando and a 2-1 lead in their NBA Eastern Conference first-round playoff series.(AFP)
The Indiana Pacers beat the Orlando Magic 93-78 on Monday night and even the Eastern Conference first-round series at one game apiece.
Danny Granger, David West and George Hill all had 18pts; def. 93-78; tied Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at 1.
Are the Hawks and Pacers for real? Atlanta Hawks, Indiana Pacers | Comments Led by Danny Granger, the Pacers have scored 107.8 points per 100 possessions in their last 20 games, a scoring rate that would lead the league over the full season. (Ron Hoskins/NBAE via Getty Images) The season in the Eastern Conference began with two superpowers and a bunch of other teams whose absolute playoff ceiling seemed to be hosting, and probably losing, a Game 6 against the Bulls or Heat. But Miami’s recent listless play and the endless series of nagging injuries to Derrick Rose (and to a lesser extent, Luol Deng) have thrown a monkey wrench into that assumed scenario, and the discussion of which Eastern Conference teams might break up Miami-Chicago party has focused on the surging Celtics and Knicks. It has not focused on two other teams quietly peaking at the right time: Indiana and Atlanta, the latter a conference semifinalist for three straight seasons and the other a team that has proven it can at least irritate ...
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