Danny Granger

Danny Granger Jr. ( born April 20, 1983 in New Orleans, Louisiana ) is an American professional basketball player.


The 2.03 m wide and 103 -pound forward played for the Bradley University and the University of New Mexico. With the New Mexico Lobos, he won in the 2004/05 season, the Mountain West Conference Championship and led the college team for the first time after six years back in the NCAA tournament.

Indiana Pacers (2005-2014)

In the 2005 NBA Draft Granger was selected at 17 out of the Indiana Pacers, where he has since been active in the NBA. In 2006 he was appointed to the NBA All- Rookie Second Team. Danny Granger was appointed for the first time in his career in 2009 for the All-Star Game in 2009. This season he scored 25.8 points per game his best year. Likewise, he received the NBA Most Improved Player Award as meistverbesserter player of the season. In the following season he proved with 24.1 points per game his points of danger. On 26 March 2010 Granger scored 44 points against the Utah Jazz his personal career record. He participated in the Basketball World Championship 2010 for the USA and won the title. In the years that he remained an efficient scorer for the Pacers. However, he suffered an injury to the knee cap, so that he could participate only in 2012-13 in 5 games. He returned for the 2013-14 season back, but lost at this time his place to Paul George and Lance Stephenson, who had increased enormously during his injury.

Los Angeles Clippers ( Since 2014)

On February 20, 2014 Granger was transferred in exchange for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen to the Philadelphia 76ers. For the 76ers, however, Granger graduated no game and agreed immediately with the team on a contract. He then signed a contract offer from the Los Angeles Clippers.