Following their defeat against the Miami Heat, the Indiana Pacers must make a lot of decisions during the 2013 offseason. One of the major ones centers around Danny Granger, the high-scoring small forward who missed most of the 2012-13 campaign.
Should the Pacers trade Granger? Should they keep him and his $14 million expiring contract?
That will be the subject of a lot of conversation in the Indiana front office, and for good reason. Granger is an appealing trade asset because he can still make positive contributions on both ends of the court, and he'll be a free agent in 2014.
Teams can either trade for him to shore up their lineup for a run at a title, or they can deal for his contract, freeing up cap space for next summer.
Indiana's elimination is still too fresh for there to be any legitimate Granger rumors, but here are five possibilities for this offseason.