1:37 AM EDT, Tue May 26, 2015

2014-15 season review: Danny Green

Danny Green is in line for a healthy raise after serving as one of the few Spurs who got better during their difficult title defense. Whether or not that will happen with the Spurs remains to be seen.

The value of Danny Green

Among the many decisions they'll face this summer, deciding whether to match the healthy offers Danny Green is sure to get will be chief among them. He's got his flaws, but as a strong defender with a deadly 3-point shot, his skill set has never been more valuable.
Pounding The Rock May 4, 2015

Does Danny Green's tweet mean he'll stay a Spur?

There are a few conditions that would need to be met before even beginning to take Green at face value. Just after midnight after being eliminated by the Los Angeles Clippers, the San Antonio Spurs' starting shooting guard had this to say: I love my family...couldn't ask for a better group #spurforlife https://t.co/I9yOTcw8T8 — Danny Green (@DGreen_14) May 3, 2015 I guess right up front I should post a disclaimer that trying to read much into a tweet posted shortly after an emotional loss seems like a silly, pointless and wantonly speculative exercise. On the other hand, we watch...
Pounding The Rock May 2, 2015

Final Score: Spurs lose Game 7 to Clippers, 109-111

What a game. What a shame the Spurs couldn't pull it out. Well, that was something else. I wouldn't be surprised if that is the best series, the best game and the most competitive basketball that's played for the entire 2015-16 NBA playoffs. In a seven-game series with so many games that came down to the wire, the Spurs and Clippers showed why everyone said this shouldn't have been a first round matchup. Chris Paul and Blake Griffin made shot after shot and play after play. Danny Green played out of his mind on defense and hit all kinds of shots on offense. Manu Ginobili played well...

Figures and facts from Warriors-Pelicans Game 4

Four-game sweeps in Warriors franchise playoff history; the other was the 1975 NBA Finals. Last time the Warriors closed out a playoff series on the road (they beat the Spurs in a five-game, first-round series). Warriors’ three-point shooting percentage (13-for-24) in Game 4; the Pelicans shot 22.7 percent (5-for-22). Points and rebounds, respectively, for Green, giving him a double-double in all four games. Curry’s scoring average in the series. First-half points for the Warriors, their most in the first half of a playoff game since Game 3 against Utah in 2007 (a span of 26...

Green recounts ridiculous alley-oop to Kawhi Leonard

Danny Green nearly threw the ball into the stands. Thanks to Kawhi Leonard's 7-foot-3 wingspan, they hooked up for the type of aerial excitement rarely seen from the Spurs.

Defensive tandem of Green, Leonard causing major problems for Clips

Kawhi Leonard is the reigning Defensive Player of the Year. Danny Green isn't far behind him among the NBA's best perimeter defenders, giving the Spurs a tandem that has given the Clippers fits so far in their first-round playoff series.

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