|2009 NBA Draft||NBA||Drafted 46th overall by Cleveland.|
|25th August, 2009||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed two year minimum salary contract with Cleveland.|
|24th February, 2010||D-League||Assigned by Cleveland to Erie BayHawks of the D-League.|
|28th February, 2010||D-League||Recalled by Cleveland from Erie BayHawks of the D-League.|
|19th October, 2010||NBA||Waived by Cleveland.|
|17th November, 2010||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season and through 2012 with San Antonio.|
|23rd November, 2010||NBA||Waived by San Antonio.|
|25th January, 2011||D-League||Acquired by Sioux Falls Skyforce.|
|25th January, 2011||D-League||Traded by Sioux Falls Skyforce to Reno Bighorns in exchange for Patrick Ewing Jr.|
|16th March, 2011||NBA||Signed a partially guaranteed minimum salary contract for the remainder of the season and through 2012 with San Antonio.|
|2nd April, 2011||D-League||Assigned by San Antonio to Austin Toros of the D-League.|
|3rd April, 2011||D-League||Recalled by San Antonio from Austin Toros of the D-League.|
|13th August, 2011||Slovenia||Signed for the duration of the NBA lockout with Union Olimpia Ljubljana.|
|29th November, 2011||Slovenia||Opted out to return to the NBA.|
|11th July, 2012||NBA||Re-signed by San Antonio to a three year, $11,287,500 contract.|
|14th July, 2015||NBA||Re-signed by San Antonio to a four year, $40 million contract. Included player option for 2018/19.|
|6th November, 2016||D-League||Assigned by San Antonio to Austin Spurs of the D-League.|
|6th November, 2016||D-League||Recalled by San Antonio from Austin Spurs of the D-League.|
|2005 - 2009||North Carolina (NCAA)|
|July 2009||Cleveland Cavaliers (Summer League)|
|August 2009 - October 2010||Cleveland Cavaliers (NBA)|
|November 2010||San Antonio Spurs (NBA)|
|January 2011 - March 2011||Reno Bighorns (D-League)|
|March 2011 - August 2011||San Antonio Spurs (NBA)|
|August 2011 - November 2011||Union Olimpia Ljubljana (Slovenia)|
|November 2011 - present||San Antonio Spurs (NBA)|
November 2, 2017
Green has had to step up his scoring in the absence of Kawhi Leonard so far this year, and is averaging 11.1 points on 43.5% shooting, numbers more in keeping with his game at its peak. The defence is still there, too, manifest statistically through averages of 1.4 steals, 1.3 blocks and 4.1 rebounds per game. There is little competition for minutes at Green’s position right now, and he almost never fouls, which could mean a relatively big night is in order. With the Warriors’ defence as poor as it has been to start the season, maybe this will be the game Green cracks 20.
June 29, 2017
SG/SF, 6’6, 215lbs, 30 years old, 8 years of experience
The defence is as good as ever. The offence, however, is in a two year slump. Green recovered his true shooting percentage a little bit this season, back to .537% from .492% in 2015/16, but it does not compare to the four previous seasons of being between .579% and .600%. Green shot 37.9% from three-point range, itself also an improvement on the year prior but down compared to the four prior to that, and he still cannot be relied upon off the dribble. Still, even if the efficiency never comes back like it did, Green earns his money on defence alone.
Player Plan: Two years with $10 million each remaining, the second being a player option. What was a steal of a contract has become pretty appropriate in light of his offensive regression, and while he will probably play it out, he may have value on the market.
January 5, 2011
Danny Green - Green was waived by the Cavaliers in training camp, but briefly caught on with the Spurs. He scored 6 points in 9 minutes, but was waived in favour of Ime Udoka. After this, Green was in talks to be Joe Crawford's replacement at Serie A side Bancas Teramo, but they were unable to meet his salary demands. Green remains unsigned, and because he was called up to the NBA as recently as two months ago, another call-up could certainly be possible.
September 28, 2010
In his rookie year, Green played only 115 minutes. A large part of the reason why he sat was the presence of Jawad Williams, who took most of whatever available wing minutes there were behind Anthony Parker, Jamario Moon and the guy who left. Hot Wad played 742 minutes on the season, although he did not play them well, shooting below 40% from the field and rarely passing or rebounding. Yet the Cavs benched Green in favour of Williams at almost every possible opportunity, and have brought Williams back with a view to doing it again. Minutes, again, may be tough for Green to find. Even though that guy with the TV show has left, Joey Graham has been brought in to play small forward, and Christian Eyenga has been brought over to begin his transformation into the next Kirk Snyder. Cleveland's small forward and shooting guard rotations are not good, but there are nonetheless many options there. For Green to get any minutes - and for him to even make the roster - he'll need to show he belongs in a mix that already involves Parker, Moon, Graham, Eyenga, Williams and Boobs Gibson.