Posted Oct 23, 2012 7:31 PM
CLEVELAND (AP) -- Pacers forward Danny Granger, who has been out with a sore left knee, is making his preseason debut in Indiana's game against Cleveland on Tuesday night.
Granger, who didn't play in the Pacers' first five games, is in the starting lineup. Coach Frank Vogel said Granger will play 12 minutes and be increased to 20 minutes in the Pacers' final preseason game against Chicago on Friday if there are no setbacks.
Granger, who is entering his eighth season, is averaging 18.2 points in his career.
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