[Guide] After a summer of training, the Indian Pacers finally ushered in their other core, Danny Granger.
This is very happy for Indian fans, but it is a bit tangled for the Pacers coaching staff.
Granger’s return was originally a happy event for everyone, but during Granger’s injury, the Pacers, led by the new generation of core Paul George, went to the top step by step.
So will the return of the original core Granger affect the team’s good chemistry?
Are Granger and George repeating their roles?
These problems have plagued the Pacers’ coaching staff, and of course all the media are also paying attention to such problems.
Granger, who was involved, immediately responded to all the media, “Actually, my style of play is different from George’s. He is an organizer and I am a scorer. His skills are more comprehensive, whether it is defense or offense.
The organization can still shoot.” George, who has always been a good brother in private, also expressed his point of view when he saw Granger’s reply, “Danny is right, I agree very much, when we are on the court at the same time, not only
There is no limit, but it will be more threatening. We can rely on the opponent to stretch the space, because you can’t leave Danny alone, or he will shoot directly, and of course you can’t leave me alone, haha.”
In the past two seasons, the Pacers have been getting better and better. In the 2012-13 season, they even pushed the defending champion Heat to Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals, only one step away from the Finals.
Now with Granger’s return, the Pacers have become even more terrifying. Regardless of whether others agree with it or not, at least team president Larry Bird believes: “George is a very good swingman in terms of defense and offense.
They have done a very good job, Danny’s return can make the offense easier, and of course Danny’s pressure will become a lot less, because George will also share some, and they will become a good combination.”