Pacers' forward Danny Granger has been limited during his practices with his teammates. In a report by Mike Wells at Indystar.com, it is said that the Pacers are going to restrict Granger's playing time during practices to avoid any possible flare-ups.
"It is frustrating," Granger said. "I'm just glad we still have plenty of time before the first game (on Oct. 31). I'm still conditioned, and when I'm on the court, my wind isn't that bad."The Pacers caution with Granger stems back to the 2012 Playoffs when Granger injured his knee against the Heat. His condition seemed to have improved until he irritated it again late this past summer, which draws concern for the future of his knee. He was later given a platelet rich plasma injection. He will be under the radar moving into the preseason, which starts for the Pacers on October 10th against the Minnesota Timberwolves.