Found September 30, 2013 on Project Spurs:
PLAYERS: Danny Green
TEAMS: San Antonio Spurs
At media day, ESPN SA's "The Blitz" with Jason Minnix and Dat Nguyen spoke with San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green about the upcoming season and his offseason. Aside from the obvious that he is still feeling the sting of losing in the NBA Finals, Green did reveal he put in a lot of work into his game in the offseason. From hs footwork, finishing at the rim to keeping his jump shot fresh, Green said he did plenty of work for the upcoming season and feels the Spurs will be pleased with his improvements. Take a listen to the interview from ESPN SA's "The Blitz." {audio}http://podcast.espnsa.com/kzdca2/4156375.mp3{/audio}
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