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News » Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-11-26

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-11-26

Indiana Pacers Getting Inside 2009-11-26The Pacers could be without leading scorer Danny Granger for some time. Granger, who is averaging more than 25 points a game, has a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee.

Granger's knee was bothering him when he scored 36 points against Toronto on Tuesday, but he was able to play through the pain by constantly moving on the court. Team officials are calling Granger day-to-day.

Pacers coach Jim O'Brien moved Dahntay Jones back in the starting lineup in Granger's place against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday. The Pacers responded well to Granger's absence by coming from 11 points down to get the victory.

"We broke our (four-game) losing streak by distributing the ball and playing well, and we kept the ball moving," swingman Dahntay Jones said. "We didn't have Danny, but we're still a collective team that can pull out wins without him. We'll welcome him when he comes back. Guys came together and made it a team victory."

PACERS 86, CLIPPERS 73: The Pacers overcame their horrible shooting in the first quarter to come from behind and beat the Clippers. The Pacers, who shot 17 percent in the first quarter, got 18 points and 11 rebounds from forward Troy Murphy. Swingman Dahntay Jones, who missed all seven of his shot attempts in the first half, scored all 18 of his points in the second half.

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