Gerald Green has moved around a lot during his professional career. He entered the league in 2005, one of the last players to come straight out of high school, and he is now with his sixth NBA team, not to mention the two years he spent overseas.
Greenâs most notable accomplishment was winning the Slam Dunk Contest in 2007 (remember the cupcake dunk?), but he wants to prove he is more than just a dunker.
Green signed with the New Jersey Nets last season in early March and finished out the season with the team. He averaged almost 13 points per game, including a 32-point game against Cleveland.
That was good enough to draw the eyes of the Indiana Pacers who signed Green to a three-year, $10 million contract. The Pacers see more in Green than just a guy who can throw it down. They want him to be a big scorer off the bench.
He's matured to a totally different level," said Pacers forward Danny Granger. "I remember when he won the dunk contest to now. He's a lot older. He's bee...