VIDEO: Danny Granger Is Kind Of Upset At LeBron James

Danny Granger must really hate LeBron James. The Indiana Pacers' star got tangled up with James late in Game 1, and now, he has again in Game 3. This time, though, Granger seemed to be the only one that really wanted to get involved in the shouting match.

This altercation began when James stole the ball from Granger. Granger grabbed James's jersey as James was going to retrieve the ball -- an easy foul. Then, James stuck his elbow out, and Granger took exception, flying right back into James's face to yell at him before the referee drove Granger back 15 feet.


Was James intentionally trying to elbow Granger? He very well could have. Was this the absolute wrong time for Granger to get upset like this, given that his team was up 11 points and had all the momentum? Without question.

Chill, Batman. This is not the time and place to start a fight.

For more on the Pacers, head over to Indy Cornrows and SB Nation Indiana. For more on the Heat, check out Peninsula Is Mightier and SB Nation Tampa Bay.

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