San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green paid tribute to late ESPN sportscaster and fellow North Carolina product Stuart Scott in Thursday's loss at Chicago.
Green had "Stu" emblazoned on his left sneaker and "booyah" on his right one.
"He was great at it and he brought a different kind of culture to the sports world," said Green, who wasn't close to Scott but crossed paths with him over...
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Green on track to set Spurs’ record for 3-pointers | Express-News San Antonio Spurs television announcer Bill Land created the “Tarheel triple!” call every time guard Danny Green nails a three pointer. And he has been saying that a lot this season, which is a good thing for the Spurs and Green himself. If you […]
Danny Green has really shown up this season for the San Antonio Spurs. Despite the Spurs having a 24-16 record that has many fans already worried about playoff bouts, Green has now become one of the biggest clutch players that the Spurs have needed to push further this season. Green is averaging a career-best 31.6 […]
AT&T CENTER – The San Antonio Spurs have had issues finishing games this season and that’s no secret. They are sitting at 21-15 because of their inability to finish close games and even some not so close. A lot of that can be attributed to injuries and not having a full roster once this season. […]
San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green gave us another example on Wednesday of why so many people hate social media. Green visited the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin during his team’s recent trip to Germany. Like many others, he decided to snap some photos of the powerful, which includes blocks that symbolize Adolf Hitler’s reign of...Read More
The San Antonio Spurs are currently roaming Germany during a team bonding trip in which... Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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)
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...
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...