DANNY GREEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Tony and Tim did a great job in the pick and roll. With Tony coming off and Tim hitting shots. When they’re hitting those, they have to rotate help, it leaves us open. We did a good job of moving the basketball, finding each other, trusting each other. – Spurs Guard Danny Green
Yes, Danny, I’ll say the Spurs did a heck of a job of hitting open jumpers. The Spurs shot nearly...
Danny Green failed to step up quickly enough on a pick, allowing Golden State's Stephen Curry to hit an open 3-pointer. The roar of the Oracle Arena crowd Thursday night was nothing compared to Tony Parker's tirade at Green over the defensive lapse.
It was a moment that must have made San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich proud.
''He's just really matured to...
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After looking like a superhero in Game 1 against the San Antonio Spurs, scoring 44 points and hitting six three-pointers, Stephen Curry has come back to earth a little bit. He’s still averaging a little over 20 points a game in the last three, but the Spurs have clearly found a way to slow him down a little bit.
Part of that success can be attributed to the defense of Danny...
The first half of Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals between San Antonio Spurs and the Golden State Warriors, went smoother for San Antonio than did the second half and overtime as they faltered offensively and Golden State would tie up the series, 2-2. Be it as it may, Danny Green of the Spurs, [...]The post Danny Green’s Putback Dunk On Stephen Curry (Video) appeared...
San Antonio Spurs swingman Danny Green skied up for a huge slam against Steph Curry, who with a sprained ankle never had a chance.
Danny Green took full advantage of Steph Curry’s ankle injury and used him for a life-sized poster on Sunday. The Spurs’ Green put down one of the larger putback dunks we have seen in quite some time. The dunk put the Spurs up by 11 midway through the second quarter.
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Steph Curry has been phenomenal lately for the Golden State Warriors, who are currently battling the San Antonio Spurs in the second round of the NBA Playoffs.
His play has been exciting to say the least, and teams have been looking for any way to slow down his shooting. Danny Green has been one option for the Spurs to guard Curry, and Green has actually had some...
Danny Green has held Stephen Curry to 1-of-15 shooting in Games 2 and 3 of the San Antonio Spurs’ second-round series against Golden State.
"It's a great (challenge) man," Green said. "We treat him like a mini Kevin Durant. Obviously he's not as tall or as lethal attacking the rim, but he can finish, has floaters, has all types of stuff, a quick trigger....
With the NBA’s Green Week coming to a close (April 4–12), the NBA and its players took a moment to step away and remind the fans of the need to aware how we use our natural resources.
Danny Green spent took a moment from the battle for the number one seed in the Western Conference to lend a hand to a local San Antonio high school's "Go Green Club" semi-finalist...
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Most players are grateful to learn from one coaching legend, but what do you when you have been lucky enough to learn from two of the best, who both recently reach large milestones in their coaching careers?
If you are San Antonio Spurs' Danny Green you thank the universe for having the chance to be coached by two legends.
Blessed to be coached by two greats...congrats...