GERALD GREEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Phoenix Suns swingman Gerald Green got himself a 1967 Chevy Chevelle, then he dropped $26K tricking it out.
“We spoke to Ash from 713 Motoring in Houston and he tells us they pulled a Michael Jackson on Green’s whip — that is, making it totally unrecognizable from the original product.
We’re told the Suns swingman spared no expense on the ride — with a new sound system...
We all know that the dunk contest is over and the champion plays for the Timberwolves. But their opponents, the Suns, have a dunk champion of their own and his name is Gerald Green. You remember, right?
Green will make you remember with this high two-handed alley-oop jam:
He makes it look so easy. Keep putting on a show, Gerald.
Gerald Green pic from Getty Images.
The Phoenix Suns will begin on Tuesday to sell a foam hand in tribute of backup swingman Gerald Green. But it’s why the foam hand is so fitting for Green is what makes it such an interesting piece of memorabilia merchandise. Green was involved in a freak accident when he was in sixth grade that...Read More
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There are always teams that give out foam hands either with the “three hand” or the simple high five. Well, the Phoenix Suns took it to the next level. Not many people know, but forward Gerald Green only has four and a half fingers on his right hand. They made an incredibly foam hand that emulated that:
Always fun when a crazy idea you threw out in a meeting becomes reality...
In case you didn’t know, Phoenix Suns small forward Gerald Green is missing part of his right ring finger. It was amputated in the sixth grade after a dunking — on a living room basketball hoop — accident went awry (no, I didn’t make that up to see if you were paying attention). Even by
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Gerald Green found himself in a tricky situation Sunday night, so he did what he does best: He found a way to make the most of his athleticism.
The Phoenix Suns swingman is one of the NBA’s best dunkers, and he added to his highlight reel against the Orlando Magic with some quick thinking.
Green’s penetration looked to be stopped at the elbow where he was forced to pick up his...
Phoenix Suns guard Gerald Green made a statement by throwing an alley-oop off the backboard to himself and finishing with a monster slam dunk during the second quarter of Sunday night's game against Orlando.The play woke up the crowd and brought the Suns bench to their feet.Green scored 11 points off the bench, but the Suns lost to the Magic 93-90.Video via NBA.
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Phoenix Suns guard-forward Gerald Green didn’t even need his teammates on one particular play in Sunday night’s Magic-Suns game.
Green went to work on Victor Oladipo near the top of the key. He then drove right but picked up his dribble near the free throw line.
It wasn’t an issue, though. Green ducked under Oladipo and tossed the ball high off the backboard.
He then flew...
Phoenix Suns guard Gerald Green came off the bench to lead the team with 26 points in Tuesday night's game against the L.A. Lakers, highlighted by three monster slam dunks.In the second quarter, Green went around the back of the Lakers defense for the tremendous alley oop.In the fourth quarter, Green drove down the lane and threw down the one-handed rim rocker.Later in the fourth...
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Gerald Green has become a human highlight reel for the Suns this year. From sick dunks to raining threes, Green has made himself a name this year by jolting the Suns with huge plays when they matter the most. This insane alley-oop to himself is no exception, as it jump started the Suns’ comeback in Portland where they came away with a 109-93 win.
Thanks to the Suns Nation Facebook...