Danny Granger wants to make sure the late collapse that downed the Pacers in game one against the Magic doesn't happen again. Which is why the Pacers star attempted 800-900 shots during and after practice on Sunday afternoon. The number way off the norm with a large part of his effort directed to working on his free throw shooting.

"The next game is important and you know it's muscle memory. The more you do it the more your body remembers it," said Granger.

Going into the second half of Saturday night's game Granger had made 40 straight free throws but that streak ended in the 3rd quarter. Then in the fourth thing's got worse for Granger who missed back to back attempts from the charity stripe in the final minute of the game. The final 60 seconds of game clock also included a missed layup by Granger as well as a turnover off a travel.

"He's fine, he's fine. He knows there are going to be times in your career where you are going to have off nights or where were you have a couple of bad possessions late in the game. He's never lacking in confidence so he will be fine," said Pacers Head Coach Frank Vogel.

Granger not the only one working overtime. Paul George spent time after practicing working on his 3-point shooting after going 0-for-4 from beyond the arc in the game one loss.

"I defiantly wish I had the last two I took back. They shot the ball great and we didn't do the things we've done all season long. We need to revert back to what got us the 3 seed," said forward Paul George.

The Pacers can try to bounce on Monday night, game two against the Magic tips off at 7:30 p.m. from Bankers Life Fieldhouse.