Even though Granger is no longer the 25-point-per-game star he once was, he can still be a productive fantasy player. In his first start of the season on Wednesday, he posted 14 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 block and 1 steal. He got the start in place of an injured Lance Stephenson, but prior to this game had still scored over 10 points in six straight games. Granger is currently only getting 25 minutes a game over the past two weeks, so his 11.6 points, 4 rebounds and 1.1 three pointers per game are good numbers. If he can prove to the Pacers that he is in fact fully healthy, the minutes and production should only continue to improve.
NFL Lineups Resources
Recent RotoBaller News Gimme More
Connor Barth Has Nothing To Do Once Bears' Offense Fell Apart, Could Be Looking At Serious Benchwarming
Zach Miller Leads Bears in Receiving Yards With 40, Going to Need a New Quarterback to Stay Relevant
Today’s Most Viewed Players
Today’s Most Read Articles
Websites powered by Design EBM We Are Your Secret Weapon. Copyright © 2011 - 2016 RotoBaller.com – Fantasy Rankings, Waiver Wire Analysis and Sleepers Advice [Back to top ↑ ]