Danny Green
Danny Green
33-Year-Old GuardG
Los Angeles Lakers
2019 Fantasy Outlook
After a title run with Toronto last season, Green signed a two-year, $30 million deal with the Lakers in the offseason. He'll likely be the starter at shooting guard, playing his usual three-and-D role. After a decline in shooting during his final season with San Antonio in 2017-18, Green bounced back nicely in that department with Toronto, hitting a career-high 2.5 triples per game to go along with a career-best 45.5 percent mark from distance in 80 starts. He also contributed 4.0 rebounds, 1.6 assists and 1.6 combined blocks/steals to go with his 10.3 points per game. He's a reliable source of threes, shooting and defense, and though he's not a great shot-creator, it's a fair assumption that he'll find plenty of quality looks on catch-and-shoot opportunities playing with LeBron James and Anthony Davis. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a two-year, $30 million contract with the Lakers in July of 2019.
Personal Bio

Daniel Richard Green Jr. was born in North Babylon, New York, on June 22, 1987 to Danny Green Sr. and Rene' Darrel. His brother, Rashad, played for Manhattan College in 2007-08 and the University of San Francisco from 2009 to 2012. Another brother, Devonte, plays for Indiana University. Green's second cousins, Gerald Green and Garlon Green, are also professional basketball players. He attended North Babylon high school his freshman year where he also played football. His sophomore year, he transferred to St. Mary's High School in Manhasset, New York. Green was named a McDonald's All-American at St. Mary's. Green attend UNC, where he won an NCAA championship his senior year. In 2018, he launched "Inside the Green Room," a podcast he hosts with Harrison Sanford. Green has expressed an interest in sports broadcasting following his playing career. Learn more about Green by following him on Twitter at @DGreen_14 and on Instagram at @greenranger14.

College/International Summary

As has been the case during his subsequent professional career, Green was a role player for four years with North Carolina. The 6-foot-5 wing played limited minutes off the bench during his first two seasons with the Tar Heels and shot 32.6 percent from beyond the arc. He did score 15 points as a freshman in a first-round win over Murray State in the NCAA Tournament. Green considered transferring after his sophomore season, but he returned to Chapel Hill and played a larger role. He averaged 11.5 points and 4.9 rebounds and hit 37.3 percent of his three-pointers as a junior. UNC advanced to the Final Four and Green scored 15 points twice in the Big Dance. After three seasons coming off the bench, Green moved into the starting lineup as a senior and provided 13.1 points and 4.7 rebounds. He converted 41.8 percent of his three-point attempts and helped the team win the Men's Basketball National Championship. Over his four seasons, he became the only player in ACC history to accumulate at least 1,000 points, 500 rebounds, 250 assists, 150 three-pointers, 150 blocks and 150 steals. Green was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 46th overall pick in the 2009 NBA Draft.

Only playing first half
GLos Angeles Lakers
August 13, 2020
Green will only play in the first half Thursday against the Kings, Harrison Sanford of Inside The Green Room reports.
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Green will take on a reduced workload in the Lakers' final seeding game to keep him fresh for the playoffs. J.R. Smith and Dion Waiters should see extra minutes as a result.
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2018

Green earned his second NBA Championship ring in 2018-19 as a starting member of the Toronto Raptors. He was traded to Toronto from the Spurs along with Kawhi Leonard for DeMar DeRozan and others in a blockbuster trade the previous summer. The deal will go down as one of the most important trades in Raptors history as Green and Leonard helped Toronto capture its first title in franchise history. Green appeared in 80 regular-season games for the Raptors, averaging 10.3 points and 4.0 rebounds. His primary role was as a 3-and-D specialist. Green drained 2.5 threes per game at a 45.5 percent clip. He also played solid wing defense all season, averaging 0.9 steals and 0.7 blocks per contest. The former second-round pick scored over 20 points on four occasions, including a 29-point effort against Orlando on April 1 in which he nailed seven treys. He started every game in which he played, including every postseason contest. Green averaged over 27 minutes per game in the Finals, contributing 7.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 threes per contest.

2017

Green was again an important part of San Antonio's lineup during the 2017-18 season, providing strong defense and steady outside shooting. The veteran played in 70 contests during the campaign, including 60 as a starter. Green raised his per-game average in both points (8.6) and rebounds (3.6) over the previous season. He also registered 0.9 steals and a career-best 1.1 blocks per contest. The swingman continued to be a threat from deep, averaging 1.7 treys per game and shooting 36.3 percent from three-point range. On March 15, he notched a career-high six blocked shots in a win over the Pelicans. Green surpassed 20 points on three different occasions during the regular season, including a 24-point effort in a victory over the Clippers on Nov. 7. In the postseason, Green started all five games during the Spurs' first-round playoff matchup against Golden State and averaged 20.6 minutes per contest. During that series, he posted per-game averages of 4.2 points and 2.2 rebounds. He also made five shots from beyond the arc.

2016

Green's 2016-17 campaign got off to a late start as the veteran missed the first seven games of the season while recovering from a strained left quadriceps. He returned to action Nov. 9, scoring eight points and collecting four steals against Houston. On the season, Green played in 68 games and posted per-game averages of 7.3 points, 3.3 rebounds and 1.8 assists. He improved upon his long-distance shooting marks from the previous season, averaging 1.7 three-pointers per game and shooting 37.9 percent from deep. Green also collected one steal and 0.8 blocks per contest. The swingman was rewarded for his excellent perimeter defense with his first selection to the All-NBA Defensive Second Team. In the postseason, Green started 16 contests as the Spurs advanced to the Western Conference Finals. He averaged 27.2 minutes in the playoffs, up slightly from his regular-season average of 26.6. Green posted per-game averages of 7.8 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 three-pointers in the postseason. In Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals, he scored 16 points and made 4-of-8 three-point attempts in a victory over Houston.

2015

In Green's sixth season with the Spurs, he started all 79 games in which he played. The former North Carolina Tar Heel posted per-game averages of 7.2 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.8 assists. He also averaged one steal per contest -- the fourth consecutive season he reached that mark. Though Green's three-point output dipped from his record-breaking campaign a season earlier, he still averaged 1.5 treys per game and shot 33.2 percent from deep. Green's ability to chip in across the board was important to San Antonio's success as the team notched a 12-1 record when he scored 12 or more points. He tallied 18 points in three separate contests during the campaign, including a six-rebound, three-assists, three-steal performance in a win over the Rockets on Jan. 27. The veteran started in each of San Antonio's 10 playoff contests and averaged 26.7 minutes per game. His postseason per-game averages included 8.6 points, 3.1 rebounds and 2.1 steals. Green was also deadly from three-point range during the postseason, making exactly half of his 48 attempts from deep. In Game 5 of the Western Conference Semifinals, Green scored 20 points and made six three-pointers.

2014

In his sixth NBA season, Green crafted arguably the finest campaign of his career. He played in 81 games for San Antonio -- 80 as a starter -- and averaged a career-high 28.5 minutes. The 2009 second-round draft pick also registered career bests in points (11.7), rebounds (4.2) assists (2.0), blocks (1.1) and three-pointers (2.4). In addition, Green's 191 treys were the most of his career, ranked eighth in the NBA and set the single-season Spurs franchise record. He also posted the seventh-best three-point percentage in the league at 41.8 percent. Meanwhile, Green shot 87.4 percent from the charity stripe -- also a career best. On Feb. 9, he established his best single-game mark by grabbing 12 rebounds in a win over Indiana. Green logged two double-doubles during the campaign, including a 27-point, 10-rebound performance against Portland on Dec. 19. In the playoffs, Green started all seven games in San Antonio's first-round matchup against the Los Angeles Clippers. He posted per-game averages of 8.3 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.7 three-pointers in the series.

2013

The 2013-14 campaign was a special one for Green as he became an NBA Champion for the first time. The former North Carolina Tar Heel continued to take on an important role for the Spurs. He missed 10 games mid-season due to a nondisplaced fracture of the index finger on his left hand but still played in 68 games, making 59 starts. Green posted per-game averages of 9.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists during the regular season. He was again a threat from deep, making 1.9 three-pointers per contest and shooting 41.5 percent from beyond the arc, 11th-best in the league. Green scored a career-high 33 points in a win over Phoenix on April 11, making 7-of-10 attempts from deep. He tied his career best with five steals in only 20 minutes of action against the Pelicans on Nov. 25. In the postseason, Green started all 23 games in which he played. He posted per-game playoff averages of 9.3 points, 3.0 rebounds and 1.4 steals. He also shot 47.5 percent from three-point range and made 48 total treys. In Game 3 of the NBA Finals, Green scored 15 points and collected five steals in 21 minutes.

2012

Green cemented his spot in San Antonio's lineup in 2012-13, starting all 80 games in which he played and averaging a career-high 27.5 minutes per contest. He also registered career-bests in points (10.5), assists (1.8) and steals (1.2). Green continued to evolve as one of the league's premier three-point shooters, ranking eighth in the NBA with 177 treys and seventh in three-point field-goal percentage (42.9 percent). On Feb. 6, he set career highs with 28 points and eight three-pointers in a win over Minnesota. Green was also an integral part of San Antonio's run to the NBA Finals, averaging 11.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.6 treys in 21 postseason games. He set an NBA Finals record with 27 three-pointers in seven games against Cleveland.

2011

Green signed with the Slovenian club KK Union Olimpija in August 2011, though his contract allowed him to return to the NBA when the lockout ended. In 16 games with Union Olimpija, he averaged 9.9 points, 4.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists. Green did, in fact, return to the Spurs at the end of the lockout and took on a significantly expanded role with the team, playing in 66 games (38 starts) and averaging a career-high 23.1 minutes per contest. The former Tar Heel's numbers consequently improved as he averaged per-game career bests in points (9.1), rebounds (3.5), assists (1.3), steals (0.9) and three-pointers (1.5). Green also established himself as a legitimate threat from deep, ranking ninth in the league with a 43.6 three-point field-goal percentage. In the postseason, Green played in 14 contests as the Spurs advanced to the Western Conference Finals. He averaged 7.4 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.4 three-pointers per game in the playoffs.

2010

Cleveland waived Danny Green following his rookie season and the San Antonio Spurs picked him up on Nov. 17, 2010. He played in two games with San Antonio, totaling six points and one rebound, before he was waived again. Green was then signed by the Reno Bighorns of the D-League. The former Tar Heel shined with Reno, averaging 20.1 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.4 steals while shooting 43.4 percent from three-point range. Green was subsequently re-signed by the Spurs and saw his role grow over the final stretch of the season. On Apr. 13, Green set career highs with 24 minutes of play, 13 points and three three-pointers against Cleveland. Green also got into four playoff games in San Antonio's first-round matchup against Memphis, totaling five points, one steal and one block.

2009

Danny Green was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the 46th overall pick in the second round of the 2009 NBA Draft. He played in 20 games with Cleveland during his rookie campaign, averaging 5.8 minutes per contest. In his limited playing time, Green averaged 2.0 points and 0.9 rebounds per game. The University of North Carolina product made his NBA debut on Nov. 12 via a brief 31 second appearance during a win at Miami. Green scored a season-high six points in a win over Minnesota on Jan. 27. Green also played in two back-to-back February games with the Erie BayHawks of the D-League. In those contests, he posted per-game averages of 25.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 4.0 steals while making 7-of-14 attempts from three-point range.

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Transaction History
  • June 25, 2009
    Drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2nd round (46th pick) of the 2009 NBA Draft. He later signed a rookie contract.
  • October 19, 2010
    Waived by the Cleveland Cavaliers.
  • November 17, 2010
    Signed a two-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs.
  • November 23, 2010
    Waived by the San Antonio Spurs.
  • March 16, 2011
    Signed a two-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs.
  • July 11, 2012
    Signed a three-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs.
  • July 14, 2015
    Signed a four-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs.
  • July 18, 2018
    Traded by the San Antonio Spurs with Kawhi Leonard and cash to the Toronto Raptors for DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poltl and a protected 2019 1st-round draft pick (Keldon Johnson was later selected).
  • July 6, 2019
    Signed a two-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.
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Green was once again a fixture in the starting lineup for most of his ninth season with the Spurs, starting 60-of-70 games and averaging 25.6 minutes. His main contribution continued to be his three-point shooting, as Green knocked down 1.7 deep balls per game at a 36.3 percent clip. While that was solid overall, it was still noticeably lower than his peak days in a Spurs uniform, so there's certainly a chance for improvement moving forward if he's able to dial back in. Falling in line with his lessened efficiency from three-point land, Green also shot just 38.7 percent from the floor and 76.8 percent from deep, both being disappointing numbers when considering his previous success. Still, Green provided some valuable defensive statistics (0.9 steals, 1.1 blocks), while chipping in elsewhere with 8.6 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1.6 assists. Packaged with Kawhi Leonard in a trade that sent the two to Toronto this offseason, Green now heads to a new organization for the first time in his career. It's unclear whether or not he'll immediately slot into the starting five or come off the bench. The Raptors are reportedly considering a scenario with Leonard at shooting guard and OG Anunoby and Serge Ibaka at small forward and power forward, respectively. However, another option is to start Green at shooting guard alongside Leonard at small forward, while letting Anunoby and Ibaka battle it out for the top spot at the four. If a member of the top unit, Green could be playing alongside two All-Stars in Leonard and Kyle Lowry, which should mean more open looks and the potential to up his efficiency after a few down years. Look for Green's value to continue to lie in his three-point shooting and contributions in the defensive categories, especially considering he's only one year removed from earning an NBA All-Defensive Second Team award in 2017.
Green's eighth season in San Antonio came with more of the same, as he was primarily counted on to space the floor with his elite shooting ability. After a disastrous 2015-16 campaign, Green saw his shooting percentages increase across the board, shooting 39.2 percent from the field, 37.9 percent from the three-point line and 84.4 percent from the free-throw line, all up from 37.6, 33.2 and 73.9, respectively. However, he saw his attempts fall in all three categories, as the Spurs directed most of their offensive output through superstar Kawhi Leonard, LaMarcus Aldridge and Tony Parker. That resulted in Green's averages remaining relatively the same at 7.3 points, 3.3 rebounds, 1.8 assists 1.0 steal and 1.7 three-pointers across 26.6 minutes per contest. Parker is slated to miss the first three months of the upcoming season with a ruptured quadriceps, which could mean some additional shot attempts for Green to open the year. However, Patty Mills was brought back on a four-year, $50 million contract and Dejounte Murray had a solid rookie campaign, so they'll likely step into the majority of Parker's workload. With Green now 30 years old, coach Gregg Popovich will likely do everthing he can to limit his starting shooting guard's minutes to keep him fresh, so it wouldn't be surprising if Green again hovered around that 25-minute mark for the majority year, which should keep his numbers similar to what he saw a season ago.
Since being scooped up off waivers by the Spurs in November 2010, Green has developed into one of the most lethal marksmen in the NBA, knocking down 40.3 percent of his attempts from downtown over his career while playing an integral role in the team's 2014 NBA title. However, he inexplicably fell into a shooting slump to begin last season and never really recovered, finishing with 7.2 points per game -- his lowest mark since 2010-11 -- while hitting only 33.2 percent of his attempts from three-point range and 37.6 percent of his attempts from the field. He also saw his proficiency from free-throw range fall by the wayside, as his 73.9 percent mark was a full eight points below his career rate. Despite the strong bench performances of Kyle Anderson and Jonathon Simmons last season, Green never lost his starting shooting guard job, and only saw a mild decline in his minutes per game. The Spurs will probably have less patience with Green if he struggles out of the gate again in 2016-17, but he also has potential as a bounce-back candidate, given how much of an aberration last season's performance was relative to his career numbers. While a return to the production of his prime years probably isn't in store, Green is only 29 years old, so he's not necessarily headed for a further decline from last season's numbers.
Green played in 81 games with the Spurs last season, missing just one game due to rest after back-to-back overtime contests. The 28-year-old averaged 11.7 points, 2.4 three-pointers, 4.2 rebounds, 2.0 assists, 1.1 blocks, and 1.2 steals in 29 minutes per game. Known as a 3-and-D specialist, Green connected on 42 percent of his three-pointers, 44 percent of his field-goal attempts, and 87 percent of his free-throws. San Antonio brought back most of its backcourt from last season, including Manu Ginobili, Tony Parker, Patty Mills, and Kawhi Leonard, along with adding newcomers Ray McCallum and Jimmer Fredette. With the 38-year-old Ginobili as the only other specified shooting guard on the roster, Green should look to play the lion's share of the minutes at that position for the Spurs. The success San Antonio's deep, veteran strewn roster revolves around its ability to shoot from the perimeter and defend on the opposite side, making Green the most attractive option for the Spurs at off-guard. As is standard practice with the Spurs, look for Green to play less than 30 minutes per game, even as a starter.
Danny Green is heading into his sixth NBA season after winning his first championship ring last June. He averaged 9.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.0 steals, 0.9 blocks, and 1.9 three-pointers in 24 minutes per game through 68 games. Green shot 43 percent from the field on 7.4 attempts per game and 79 percent from the line on 0.9 attempts per game. He dropped off a little from his breakout 2012-13 campaign but was still a valuable contributor as the team's starting shooting guard, despite missing 14 games due to various injuries. Green was considered a letdown to fantasy owners last season, but his ability to hit three-pointers and block shots as a shooting guard is valuable. He's actually the sixth most accurate three-point shooter currently in the NBA, with a career mark of 42 percent from long range, and he's also one of only a handful of players who are a threat to average one three-pointer, steal, and block per game, narrowly missing the milestone last season. Green will share time at shooting guard with Marco Belinelli and Manu Ginobili again, but even with minutes in the mid-twenties, he's a productive guy. With many owners disappointed by his performance last season, you may be able to sneak him through late, perhaps even with your final pick.
If not for dismal performances in Games 6 and 7 of the NBA Finals in which he shot a combined 2-for-19 from the field and 2-for-11 from deep, Green may have taken home Finals MVP honors for the Spurs after lighting up the Heat in the first five games of the series. Even with the two rotten games, Green still sank an NBA Finals record 27 threes in 49 attempts (55 percent), cementing himself as one of the game's premier sharpshooters on the league's biggest stage. Though not nearly as prolific during the regular season as he was in the playoffs, Green still managed to hit 2.2 threes per game at a 43 percent clip while scoring 10.5 points per game and providing serviceable marks from the field (45 percent) and the charity stripe (85 percent). The production came in just 28 minutes per game, but Green should be in line for increased playing time this season with the oft-injured Manu Ginobili now 36 years old and coming off a postseason in which he looked to be every bit his age. Coach Gregg Popovich has shown an inclination in the past to give his veteran triumvirate of Ginobili, Tim Duncan and Tony Parker regular rest, meaning that Green would likely absorb on a greater offensive role on those particular nights, which could help him improve upon last season's other counting stats even further.
Whether coming off the bench or starting, Green’s playing time fluctuated all over the place last season, making it frustrating for fantasy owners to count on him from night-to-night. Even so, it amounted to a career year for Green, who had been used mainly as bench filler prior to last year. Green averaged 9.1 points, 3.4 rebounds, and 0.9 steals per game in about 23 minutes of action per night. Perhaps more noteworthy was his prowess behind the arc, as he hit 1.5 threes per game at a 43.6 percent clip. The quintessential Spur, most of Green’s value often lies beyond the box score, but after he was signed to a three-year, $12 million deal in the offseason, he could be primed for an increased role this season. Veterans Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili had their minutes managed more carefully last season, and additional cuts in their playing time could be on tap in 2012-13 to preserve the two for a playoff run. If that were to occur, Green, as well as Kawhi Leonard and Tiago Splitter, would seem to be the primary beneficiaries of the surplus playing time.
Green will likely be on the end of the bench this season, leaving him with little playing time.
Green will have a role mirroring Jamario Moon's. Green will see limited action, but his youthfulness along with the multiple facets of his game will make for some spot duty as the season progresses.
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GLos Angeles Lakers
August 10, 2020
Green (hip) will play and start in Monday's matchup against the Nuggets, Mike Trudell of the Lakers' official site reports.
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August 8, 2020
Green will not play in Saturday's matchup with Indiana due to a sore right hip, Bill Oram of The Athletic reports.
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Contributes 10 points
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August 6, 2020
Green posted 10 points (5-7 FG) three rebounds, an assist and two steals across 24 minutes in Friday's 113-97 loss to the Rockets.
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GLos Angeles Lakers
July 25, 2020
Green had one point (0-3 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 1-1 FT), three assists and two rebounds in 23 minutes during Saturday's 119-112 win over the Magic.
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Will play Sunday
GLos Angeles Lakers
March 1, 2020
Green (hip) will be available for Sunday's game against the Grizzlies, Mike Trudell of Spectrum Sports reports.
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