San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green may be showing off the team’s 2014 NBA championship trophy in his home state of New York, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t focusing on preparing himself physically for next season. From taking four weeks off, weight training to on-court drills, Green has a packed summer to help the Spurs […]
Early Saturday morning, San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green sent an interesting tweet that could mean he’ll be changing his jersey number with the Spurs in the coming season. And for those asking about the number change…yes it is really happening #14 — Danny Green (@DGreen_14)
San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green was a guest on ESPN W where he spoke on being and NBA champ, the NBA offseason moves, his former teammate, LeBron James, heading back to Cleveland and more. Speaking of the Cavs, Green says they will be a good team and be a tough team in the East. Check […]
San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green was a guest on “The David Glenn Show”and touched on many topics. Perhaps the biggest was Green admitting the Spurs did not expect to have a relatively easy march to the NBA title saying only Dallas gave the team their biggest challenge. Green went on to talk about how confidence in […]
The Spurs just got done with their championship celebration but they had to turn up for Danny Green’s birthday.
According to TMZ Sports, Danny Green was there with teammates Aron Baynes, Cory Joseph, and the NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard. They hit up Club Rio in San Antonio and the club was even nice enough to provide the guys with cupcakes.
It looks like they had a good time, but...
The Spurs turned up the heat in Game 3 of the NBA Finals and shattered shooting records with an almost unfathomable stretch in which they shot 90.5 (!) percent from the field. From the opening tip through the halftime whistle, it was clear they realized how important it was to win a game in Miami and regain the series lead.
And they came out on fire, hitting 19 of their first...
Miami was up 86-79 with a little over 9 minutes to go in Game 1. Then the Spurs caught fire outscoring the Heat 31-9 led by Danny Green who dropped three 3-pointers to secure the first win in the series for San Antonio.
“Honestly, the way he shoots the ball, I assume every time he shoots it, it’s going to go in,” San Antonio big man Tim Duncan said. “So we want to get him...
Reminiscent of last postseason Danny Green caught fire in the Spurs’ 112-77 victory win over Oklahoma City in Game 2, shooting a blistering 7-10 from beyond the arc.
“I had fun…but it wasn’t a series we like to remember too much. It’s always something in the back of our minds that keeps us focused, keeps that chip on our shoulder. But I try not to think about the past and...
LEAVE HIM ALONE
LeBron James defended Danny Green for being at the same club where the Heat were celebrating after Game 7. See what he said.
NO FUN ZONE
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.