|July 2 2:18 PM PT3:18 PM MT4:18 PM CT5:18 PM ET21:18 GMT5:18 2:18 PM MST4:18 PM EST1:18 UAE (+1)23:1817:18 ET4:18 PM CT20:18 - The Phoenix Suns have traded Granger, Marcus Morris and Reggie Bullock to the Detroit Pistons for a future draft pick, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press.
Analysis: Granger averaged 6.3 points and 4.9 rebounds with Miami before being traded to Phoenix last season. He did not play a game for the Suns because of a knee injury and exercised his one-year, $2.17 million option with the team last month.
|June 17 8:55 PM PT9:55 PM MT10:55 PM CT11:55 PM ET3:55 GMT11:55 8:55 PM MST10:55 PM EST7:55 UAE (+1)05:5523:55 ET10:55 PM CT2:55 - Granger has exercised his one-year, $2.17 million option with the Phoenix Suns.
Analysis: The 32-year-old forward came to the Suns in the trade that sent Goran Dragic to Miami but he never played a game for Phoenix because of a knee injury. Granger, a 10-year NBA veteran, played in 30 games last season with the Heat, averaging 6.3 points per game.
|Feb. 19 11:52 AM PT12:52 PM MT1:52 PM CT2:52 PM ET19:52 GMT3:52 12:52 PM MST2:52 PM EST23:52 UAE20:5214:52 ET1:52 PM CT17:52 - A person with knowledge of the trade says Goran Dragic has been sent to the Miami Heat by the Phoenix Suns in a deal that also involves the New Orleans Pelicans. Miami sent Norris Cole, Justin Hamilton, Granger and Shawne Williams to the Suns, the person says, adding that Phoenix was moving at least some of those players elsewhere quickly.
Analysis: The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the transaction had yet to be approved by NBA officials.
|Dec. 31 1:48 PM PT2:48 PM MT3:48 PM CT4:48 PM ET21:48 GMT5:48 2:48 PM MST4:48 PM EST1:48 UAE (+1)22:4816:48 ET3:48 PM CT19:48 - Granger made his much-anticipated return to Indiana on Wednesday.
Analysis: Granger scored 14 points for the Heat on an emotional day as the Pacer fans saluted the former Indiana swingman.
|Dec. 29 8:37 PM PT9:37 PM MT10:37 PM CT11:37 PM ET4:37 GMT12:37 9:37 PM MST11:37 PM EST8:37 UAE05:3723:37 ET10:37 PM CT2:37 - Keep an eye on Granger after he scored a season-high 21 with six 3-pointers in Monday's loss to the Magic.
Analysis: Granger appears to be getting back to his pre-injury form. He's totaled 39 points and hit 8 of 12 from 3-point range in his last two games.
|Dec. 28 9:46 PM PT10:46 PM MT11:46 PM CT12:46 AM ET5:46 GMT13:46 10:46 PM MST12:46 AM EST9:46 UAE06:460:46 ET11:46 PM CT3:46 - Granger scored a season-high 18 points Saturday in Miami's loss to Memphis.
Analysis: Granger used to post this sort of statline on a nightly basis, but he is far from the player he once was.
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