Larry Brown Sports "San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green is typically a reliable shooter, especially from three-point range. This season — not so much. Green shot a career-worst 37.6 percent from the field and converted 33.2 percent from beyond the arc, which was his most inefficient production since his rookie..." May 19
USA Today "Danny Green knew better than to poke the lion, even if the Golden State Warriors’ Stephen Curry had been sedated for a night. After all, there are two more regular season matchups and a possible playoff clash to worry about in these next few months. “You send a message to that guy, (and) you..." March 20
San Antonio Express-News "Danny Green doesn’t need any reminders that he’s struggling with his shot this season. He knows, and Green isn’t naïve, either. He understands there are, and could be more questions surrounding that new four-year, $40 million deal he signed over the summer to remain in San Antonio. Was Green..." December 21
CBS Sports "There was a lot of big money being thrown around this offseason, especially to the "3-and-D" specialists. Those wing players who can defend the perimeter and be deadly with 3-point shooting have become must-haves in today's more perimeter-oriented NBA, and the executives of the league rewarded..." July 21
Sources: Danny Green has agreed to a 4 year, $45 million deal with the Spurs
Spurs free agent Danny Green has planned a meeting with the Pistons, sources tell RealGM. Green, Tobias Harris among Detroit targets.
CBS Sports "The San Antonio Spurs took care of business by re-signing Kawhi Leonard last night and by re-signing Danny Green this morning, they now have one of the best perimeter defensive duos in the league locked in long-term. CBSSports.com's Ken Berger confirmed an ESPN report that Green agreed to a..." July 01
New York Post "Spurs free agent shooting guard Danny Green is back from vacation in Brazil and agreeable to a meeting with his hometown Knicks. Green, the Babylon, Long Island native, said just having Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher leading the charge is enough to listen. “For sure – anybody turning down a..." July 01
ESPN New York "The New York Knicks "want to be in" the mix for free-agent guard Danny Green, league sources say. Green's interest in the Knicks is unclear at this point. New York has a void to fill at shooting guard following the trade of Tim Hardaway Jr. The only Knick guards under contract are Jose..." June 30
Source: #Knicks have interest in meeting with Long Island's SG Danny Green, but he's in Brazil. San Antonio very much in picture, though.
Real GM Basketball "As Monta Ellis pursues a new deal on the east coast, the Dallas Mavericks are targeting San Antonio Spurs free agent Danny Green, league sources told RealGM. Ellis plans to discuss a long-term contract with the Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat in free agency after opting out of the final year of..." June 24
Fox Sports "Before the Spurs ended up losing to Alba Berlin off a buzzer beater on Wednesday, the defending champs decided to tour the area and see historic Berlin. San Antonio took to the Holocaust Memorial, which is also known as Memorial To The Murdered Jews of Europe, and like many people who have a..." October 09
Matt Bonner (calf strain) and Aron Baynes (cracked rib) out for the Spurs tonight. As for Danny Green, “he’s ready to go,” per Popovich.
Danny Green (foot) out tonight in Denver. Matt Bonner (calf) did not make trip. Everyone else available for Spurs vs. Nuggets.
Pro Basketball Talk "San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green has made 28-of-48 3-pointers (58 percent) in his last nine games. In each of his last two games, he’s shot 5-for-9 from beyond the arc. The problem? He missed a San Antonio game (Monday against Philadelphia) between those, and he left the second game..." March 27
San Antonio Express-News "Tony Parker, Danny Green and Tiago Splitter are all expected back in the lineup for Wednesday’s home game against Denver after skipping the Spurs’ 113-91 victory over Philadelphia on Monday. Parker was listed with a sore Achilles tendon, while Green and Splitter were rested. Parker, who has..." March 26
Danny Green starting tonight per Pop.
SB Nation "San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green will be out of action for about a month after breaking the second metacarpal bone in his left hand, the team announced on Monday. Green, who has averaged 7.4 points and 3.0 rebounds per game, injured the hand in the first half of the Spurs' 104-86 win against..." January 13
San Antonio Express-News "It was quite possibly the toughest championship loss in NBA history. Not like you really need to re-live the details of the 2013 Finals but here goes: Mere seconds away from clinching in Game 6 followed by a last-minute defeat in Game 7 and the Spurs were left to wonder what the heck happened..." August 24
New York Post "LeBron James defended Long Island’s Danny Green of the Spurs on the perception he partied with the Heat in South Beach after Miami beat San Antonio late Thursday night for the NBA championship. A picture that raced around the web Friday showed James giving Green a hug at the exclusive South..." June 24
San Antonio Express-News "Social media, that bastion of restraint and perspective, is up in arms with several photos surfacing at World Red Eye showing Danny Green hugging LeBron James at Miami’s championship party at Club Story. It should be noted that the two spent a season together in Cleveland, where Green played 20..." June 22
Per E-N's Tom Orsborn, Danny Green feeling a little under the weather
CBS Sports "San Antonio Spurs shooter Danny Green already has 25 made 3-pointers through the first five games of the NBA Finals. It broke Miami Heat guard Ray Allen's record of 22 threes, that he set with the Boston Celtics back in their 2008 championship run. Green has been open on a lot of his looks..." June 18
San Antonio Express-News "Danny Green drilled six more 3-pointers in Game 5, giving him 25 in the Finals to break Ray Allen’s record for most makes from beyond the arc in a championship series. It’s been a remarkable performance from the former D-Leaguer, who was cut multiple times before finally sticking with the Spurs..." June 17
Fox Sports Florida "Before the NBA Finals began, LeBron James let it be known Danny Green once was his "rook" in Cleveland. Well, the "rook" sure has grown up. The play of the San Antonio Spurs guard against James' Miami Heat has been the biggest surprise in the series. Green, who averaged 10.5 points and..." June 16
San Antonio Express-News "Danny Green has hit five 3-pointers through three quarters of Game 5, giving him 24 in the series to break Ray Allen’s record for most makes from beyond the arc in a Finals. Allen made 22 3s in six games with Boston in the 2008 Finals. Green is 5 for 8 in Game 5, and 24 for 36 in the series." June 16
Yahoo! Sports "With 5:43 remaining in this epic NBA Finals beat-down, Gregg Popovich decided to pull off his two pit bulls. The San Antonio Spurs' eventual 113-77 rout of the Miami Heat for a 2-1 series lead was, by that point, a mere formality. Might as well let them bask in the cheers as they sat and watched..." June 12
San Antonio Express-News "Spurs guard Danny Green had one of the best shooting nights in NBA Finals history, hitting all six shots and all five 3-point attempts. Green’s big night set a Finals record for most threes without a miss. The previous record was four, held by Boston’s Scott Wedman in 1985 against the Los..." June 10
USA Today "Danny Green was leaving the visitors locker room at Oracle Arena late Friday night when a reporter was hoping to pass along some well-deserved praise. "You see those numbers when you're guarding (Golden State guard) Steph (Curry)?" the man said to the San Antonio Spurs guard. "Nope, and I'd..." May 11
New York Post "First the Spurs cut Danny Green. Then they cut him again. And shortly afterward, head coach Gregg Popovich told the Long Island product what he wasn’t good at. The tough love may have made his career. “I appreciated that,” the Spurs shooting guard said. “Honesty is what is going to make you..." February 11
San Antonio Express-News "When Danny Green returned to the Spurs after the 2011 NBA lockout, he took one glance around a Spurs’ locker room overstocked with guards and knew he had his work cut out. Manu Ginobili was in one corner. Gary Neal, fresh off an all-rookie campaign, was in another. Elsewhere was James Anderson,..." February 08