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Lakers’ Danny Green finds ways to connect, in locker room and behind a mic


, 32, inspires a certain kind of respect for his professionalism. Coaches want to coach him, stars want to play with him, and front offices want to add him to their rosters. But the same things that make him a respected player – honesty, openness, and an easygoing charm – make him the kind of NBA player who fans see as a peer. (Orange County Register)

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