How Danny Granger Could Help the Cleveland Cavaliers

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How Danny Granger Could Help the Cleveland Cavaliers
Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

According to Sam Amico of FOX Sports Ohio, the Indiana Pacers have been looking for a team that could possibly take Danny Granger off their shelves, and the Cleveland Cavaliers expressed interest:

Multiple sources believe the Pacers are looking for a taker for veteran small forward Danny Granger. The Cavs are interested, sources said, but have reservations about the knee injury that forced him to miss much of the season. If the injury robbed Granger of his explosiveness, such a move would hardly be worth the gamble.

It shouldn't be a surprise that the Pacers are looking to deal their face of the franchise for the previous five seasons, as the Pacers were able to secure the third seed in the Eastern Conference and reach the Eastern Conference Finals without Granger in the lineup.

Furthermore, Granger is set to earn $14 million in 2013-14, so it would put the Pacers in a tight cap if they are looking to add some more pieces during the offseason.

However, Granger is still a very capable player, and he could help improve the Cavaliers in multiple areas of the game.

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