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Danny Green is NBA’s ‘Mr. Average’
Danny Green has been named the NBA's “Mr. Average” for 2014-15, and that’s not an insult. Rather, it’s an honor earned through the league’s annual...

Carolina Rundown: October 29
ACC Basketball Media Day is today, so expect the usual assortment of polls and preseason picks. Danny Green had 13 points and four rebounds as...

Carolina Rundown: October 28
Mack Hollins is the ACC Receiver of the Week. Multiple Tar Heels are in action tonight in the NBA season openers. Danny Green and the...

Carolina Rundown: October 23
Tyler Zeller had 11 points and nine rebounds. Wayne Ellington also scored 11. John Henson had five points and eight rebounds. Danny Green scored five...

Danny Green: ‘I have to be smarter, more careful’ with social media
Danny Green visited the Holocaust Memorial — officially known as the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe — as part of the Spurs’ recent...

Lucas: Green Means Winning
Danny Green doesn't even let you fully complete the sentence before he starts shaking his head. The point being made to him is this: in...

Video: One-on-one with Danny Green
Danny Green returns to Chapel Hill as an NBA champion to discuss the differences between the NBA playoffs and the NCAA tournament, joining a short...

Lucas: Chapel Hill Continues Danny Green Love Affair
Nothing in the past five years prepared Danny Green for what happened at Kenan Stadium on Saturday. When Green was told he'd be honored at...

Ghosts of NCAA Dunk Past: Danny Green for North Carolina (video)
Before the Spurs picked him off the NBA scrap heap and turned him into one of the most prolific NBA Finals shooters of all-time, it...

North Babylon honors Danny Green for NBA title with Spurs
Danny Green leaned against the back of his car, its trunk wide open. Inside it, was the NBA championship trophy. The Larry O'Brien Trophy arrived...

Video: Danny Green’s D-League journey
San Antonio Spurs’ Danny Green emerged as an important cog in the Spurs’ system during their 2014 NBA championship run. He was as a deadly...

Q&A with Danny Green
Danny Green, former UNC basketball player and member of the 2009 NCAA championship team, and the San Antonio Spurs were crowned NBA champions June 15...

Danny Green: "Did You See How We Did It?"
Danny Green takes the microphone during the San Antonio Spurs NBA Championship celebration. After the usual comments about wanting to do it again next year,...

The Green Smile
On Sunday former Tar Heel guard Danny Green became the 15th UNC alum to win an NBA title as a player. UNC grad and local...

Danny Green Joins Elite Tar Heel Group
Danny Green, a 2009 UNC graduate, joined an elite group of former Tar Heels this week when he won an NBA championship as a starting...

Danny Green, a textbook overachiever, can celebrate freely after NBA finals win
It seemed laughable when Danny Green considered entering the NBA Draft following a junior season in which he was UNC's sixth man. He returned to...

Danny Green Joins a Very Exclusive Club
The San Antonio Spurs won the NBA Championship on Sunday night knocking off the Miami Heat 4-1 in the best of seven series. Spurs guard...

The Little Things: Danny Green’s Secret Superpower
Danny Green is randomly sensational at one skill-within-a-skill: working as the last line of defense in transition. He is plain old Danny Green 99 percent...

Interview with Spurs Guard Danny Green's Father: Son's NBA Finals Performance and Christian Faith
Danny Green Sr., the father of San Antonio Spurs shooting guard Danny Green Jr., spoke of his thoughts on his son's outstanding performance so far...

Danny Green grows into Spurs' shooting star
This isn't necessarily the time to reflect upon a basketball journey that's taken him from North Babylon to deep in the heart of Texas, sandwiched...

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