Danny Granger Wants To Build His Own Batcave
Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger is one of the fastest rising stars in the NBA. So how does the first-time All-Star forward plan to spend his newfound wealth? By building a Batcave just like the Caped Crusader himself.
I think when I build a house a couple years down the line, I was telling my fiancée I wanted to have – once again with the superhero thing – you know how Batman drives into a hidden cave? I'm serious. I even met with like a builder and ask if this would be possible -- have a secret entrance to my house that no one knows about. Make it look like whatever, but have a secret way I can get to my house that I could drive my car in. It would probably cost way too much money but I really may think about doing that. Like seriously. I'm dead serious.
Batman is not the only superhero that Granger admires. He's also a fan of the Man of Steel.
There's about a 6-foot or 7-foot figure of Superman I've always wanted to get. But it would just look really weird in my house. I was thinking of having one of those statues made with me in the suit. I don't know how much it would cost but I really want to do it with me in the suit. That would be pretty cool.
Granger's superhero obsession must be a relief for Pacers fans. For the last few years, the team's roster has been filled with players--like Stephen Jackson and Jamaal Tinsley--who have had run-ins with the law. No doubt, Pacers like the idea that instead of getting in trouble in a bar, their star player will be in his Batcave reading comic books.