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December 2, 2014 Updates

Granger was coming off a hamstring issue when he was added by the Heat, previously limited with the Indiana Pacers by knee issues. "The plan was build up his body," Spoelstra said. "That's what we're trying to do, getting healthy, feeling better, in better condition than what he's felt in two years. That's been the number-one objective. And then, from there, we'll find a role for him." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Surya Fernandez: Spoelstra told me he won't be restricting Granger in any way. Says he was encouraged to see Granger sore only because of normal fatigue. Twitter @SuryaHeatNBA

October 4, 2014 Updates

A few injuries have plagued Granger recently, but he hasn’t let that hinder his progress. He has been working and training since the day after Labor Day Weekend and even before then Spoelstra saw him in L.A. and said he “was already in good physical shape.” All the hard work has seemed to pay off for Granger, who has been able to go through everything with no limitations in the first four days of training camp. “I just like the fact that he’s out here, he’s healthy, he’s feeling great about his body, he’s going through great fatigue of his legs which is a terrific sign,” Spoelstra said. “It’s not fatigue or pain with his knee. It’s fatigue from working every single day, twice a day, that he hasn’t been able to do in I don’t know how many years. That’s a great sign.” NBA.com

September 27, 2014 Updates

And then, four days after Granger committed to Pat Riley and Erik Spoelstra, James committed to a return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Able to rescind or even restructure his two-year, $4.2 million agreement, Granger kept his commitment. "It's two-fold," he said. "Yeah, I think everybody would like a chance to play with LeBron. But in the same aspect, a guy like me, who's trying to reestablish myself, him leaving isn't a terrible thing for me. It gives me an opportunity to play more, affords to do more of what I used to do. My initial reaction was to come to play with him, but once he left, it still was a good situation for me. "I reassessed a little bit, myself and my agent. But at the point where I was at, it was more about me reestablishing, rather than the money or something like that. I've made a bunch of money. I just want to reestablish myself as the player that I was previously." South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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