Originally Posted by alh1020
I know what Granger was capable of in his heyday, but the highlighted text area in SilverSpur's link makes a statement that the Spurs have to consider (but his play and body have deteriorated considerably since) and where is Granger right now, both in his head and physically and can he benefit the Spurs with his present tools.
Nice use of italics, bold and underline in one paragragh. You're right though, there are a lot of unknowns. But I think this is a low risk/high reward situation. All they have to do is make room for him. He's in a contract year, which means he's going to really produce if he's healthy. That being said, Artest is no slouch either. I would be happy with either one. But I think Granger provides the most if healthy.