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Danny Green took to Twitter to deny that he was partying with the Miami Heat after losing to them in Game 7 of the NBA Finals.
Spurs forward Danny Green caught a lot of flak yesterday after photos surfaced of him partying at STORY nightclub while the Miami Heat were celebrating their 2nd NBA title in a row.
Green took to his Twitter page of course to dispute the notion that he was partying with the enemy, Green says it was just same place at the wrong time.
Got give credit to Miami…but don't think...
Danny Green received some negative attention on Friday when pictures emerged of him hanging at a club with some Miami Heat players after losing Game 7 of the NBA Finals. The San Antonio Spurs shooting guard, whose 1-for-12 shooting performance in Game 7 marred his record-setting series, learned that he was being criticized for hanging [...]
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.
Danny Green has had an interesting basketball journey so far.After starting off in Long Island, the young gun has made his way to Chapel Hill, Reno, Austin, Slovenia, Cleveland, and San Antonio.Green's success story is quite a remarkable one, from D-League star to NBA Finals stud. His 27 three-point field goals (through game five of The Finals, alone) set an NBA Finals record...
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Spurs star Danny Green says it was an accident that he ended up in the same Miami club, “Story” as the Heat happened to be celebrating in following the finals Thursday night. Green is a former teammate of LeBron James during their time on the Cavs together.
The two were spotted having a conversation during the Heat’s celebration soireé.
WAS THERE CONTACT?
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.
TOUGH ONE TO SWALLOW
After blowing a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter and losing in overtime, Spurs veteran Manu Ginobili didn't mince words when explaining how it felt, saying, "I'm devastated."
If you can't beat them, follow them to the club and join them?
With their second straight NBA championship in the books, many Miami Heat players, including stars LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, hit the STORY nightclub in downtown Miami to celebrate. Naturally, many people joined them, including hip-hop star Drake and actress Gabrielle Union.
But one guest who showed up may be...
The San Antonio Spurs lost a heartbreaker in Game 6 against the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, but they still have another chance to win an NBA title in Game 7 on Thursday night. If not for the stellar shooting of Danny Green throughout the series, LeBron James would already be living up to the [...]
Chris Bosh provided great defense for the Heat down the stretch of Game 6, blocking the Spurs’ last two field goals attempt in overtime. First, Bosh blocked Tony Parker’s jumper with the Spurs down 1 and 33 seconds remaining, and later swatted Danny Green’s potential game-tying three at the buzzer to help the Heat hold on to win Game 6, 103-100, and force a Game 7.
“What if a role player aspired to be something other than what society had intended? What if a role player aspired to something greater?”
- Danny Ferry, former Cleveland Cavaliers general manager
Danny Green came to the San Antonio Spurs a refugee from a dying franchise; one that had corrupted its own core, expediting its own demise by continuously ravaging their...
Right before the opening tip of Thursday’s Game 7 between the Spurs and Heat, ABC’s Mike Breen and Jeff Van Gundy were doing their thing introducing the game. And immediately, the chunko baby between them became a Twitter darling.
I’ll admit it. I took the bait.
It’s incredibly stupid to bring a baby that size to a game (at all) let alone one of this...