AT&T CENTER – It’s halftime in San Antonio and the Spurs are up 46-38 against the Los Angeles Clippers. The Spurs are being led by Kawhi Leonard with 16 points while Danny Green and Boris Diaw chipped in with 8 points each. The Spurs shot 43 percent from the field, 40 percent from the three-point […]
AT&T CENTER – Since the 1995-1996 season, one record that held its place in the San Antonio Spurs’ franchise history books was a franchise record 190 made 3-pointers set by Chuck Person. Sunday, in winning their 11th game in a row, with the opponent being the visiting Phoenix Suns, Danny Green not only tied Person’s […]
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The official San Antonio Spurs Twitter account shared a brief essay written by what appears to be a young boy (I'll guess about eight years old) about why Spurs guard Danny Green is inspiring. Basically, it boils down to Green's ability to drain threes; Green...
The San Antonio Spurs are in the business of winning, so Danny Green being an integral part of their success is only right. If you’re questioning why, just take a look at his four-years at the University of North Carolina. Green experienced the madness of March every year of his stay in Chapel Hill. In […]
Everybody was Kung-Fu fighting including San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green. During introduction of the Spurs’ starting lineup against the Hawks, when Green’s name was called, he displayed some of his karate moves including kicks, “The Crane,” a round house kick, a few punches and more. It was quite impressive. Maybe we should call him, Danny […]
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
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...