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This video shows just how quickly times can change. It was taken during LeBron’s birthday bash back in 2010 when he was still with the Cavaliers and Danny Green was his bench-riding rookie teammate on the Cavs. You can see Green in the background of this video looking pretty awkward and not really knowing what to do with himself.
Fast forward three years later and Green is a breakout sharpshooter on the Spurs who owns the record for most made three-pointers in an NBA finals series. Oh, and the awkward bystander’s team is one win away from denying LeBron another ring.
Safe to say Green will probably be a little more comfortable at LeBron’s next party. That’s assuming he’s still invited.
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As you may have heard, San Antonio Spurs forward Danny Green has been going bonkers from beyond the arc during this postseason and especially in the NBA Finals against the Miami Heat. So much so that his name is being tossed around as a potential Finals MVP should the Spurs take home title number five [...]The post It’s Not Easy Being Danny Green appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green has been putting on one of the best three point shooting displays in recent history of the NBA Finals.
From breaking Miami's Ray Allen's Finals record by connecting on 25 three points to currently shooting a whopping 65% from the three point line, Green is definitely leaving his mark on these Finals and quite possibly, garner some votes...
San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green set an NBA Finals record for 3-pointers Sunday with his 23rd of this series against the Miami Heat.
Green broke Ray Allen's 2008 mark with his fourth 3-pointer of the night early in the second half of Game 5. It was the fourth time that the once-unheralded swingman has hit at least four from long range this series.
Green was shooting 68 percent...
Danny Green scored 24 points to help the San Antonio Spurs topple the Miami Heat on Sunday.
18 of Green’s points game of the 3-point sharpshooting that has become his trademark.
Green and key performances from Ginobili (24 points, 10 assists) and Tony Parker ( 26 points) largely kept the Heat at bay on their way to the 114-104 victory.
The Spurs now hold a 3-2 series lead over...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) -- Spurs guard Danny Green set an NBA Finals record for 3-pointers with his 23rd against the Miami Heat on Sunday night.
Green broke Ray Allen's 2008 mark with his fourth 3-pointer of the game early in the second half of Game 5. Green was shooting 68 percent from 3-point range in the series after breaking the record.
Allen, who now plays for the Heat, set the...
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Chris Bosh had several huge defensive plays at the end of Game 6 to help the Miami Heat pull out the thrilling three point victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Good no call by the refs on this Bosh block of Green. Bosh also had a huge swat of Tony Parker near the end of overtime.
In his first NBA Finals, Danny Green has had a breakout series, dominating from beyond the arc. The Spurs guard has drained 25 threes on 65.8% shooting (25-38) through five games and notably surpassed Ray Allen in Game 5 to set a new NBA record for most 3-pointers made in an NBA Finals – so it’s understandable that Tony Parker is surprised that he’s still open this far into...
The San Antonio Spurs are dangerous enough when their combination of youth and experience allows them to employ a variety of offensive tactics against an opposing team like the Miami Heat. When their twice-waived free agent addition sets an NBA record for 3-pointers made and his 35-year-old counterpart drops a season-high 24 points with 10 assists, it’s all but inevitable that...