Granger most improved

May 13, 2009


— Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is the NBA’s Most Improved Player, winning the award after averaging a career-best 25.8 points a game this season. Granger accepted the award Tuesday during a ceremony at Conseco Fieldhouse.

He averaged 7.5 points as a rookie out of New Mexico, then 13.9 in his second season and 19.6 in 2007-08.


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