Danny Granger has been the topic of all discussion this week in the NBA.
Granger played for the Pacers for nine years before being traded to the Philadelphia 76ers prior to the trade deadline in exchange for Lavoy Allen, Evan Turner and a second-round pick.
The expectation was that Granger would be bought out of his contract with the 76ers, who are going through a major rebuild. Granger and the 76ers did reach an agreement on Wednesday and he is expected to clear waivers by Friday.
It seems like the Los Angeles Clippers could be the frontrunners to sign Granger. The Some other teams that are reportedly interested include the San Antonio Spurs who may think that Granger will be a great fit with their franchise. However, Granger might not see enough playing time with Kawhi Leonard occupying the small forward position.
The Miami Heat have also shown interest but this would surely be the least likely option, due to their depth at the wing and with the champions reportedly pursuing Caron Butler.
Granger was an All-Star in 2009 and a great part of the Pacers franchise until his his injuries started in 2010. The Pacers are now looking to move in a new direction with Paul George and Roy Hibbert.
Granger is only 30-years-old and if he can remain healthy he will be a great addition to any team.
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