Danny Green’s Future with the Spurs

By Martin Oloyede

Mar 22, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; San Antonio Spurs guard

Danny Green

(14) shoots a jump shot between Atlanta Hawks center

Al Horford

(15) and guard

Kyle Korver

(26) during the second half at Philips Arena. The Spurs defeated the Hawks 114-95. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

When it comes to the three ball, defense and heart, Danny Green is the man that you can depend on every night on the court. He has proven to the San Antonio Spurs and all the fans that he is here to stay. Everyone enjoys watching him play and he has been loyal for a very long time.

Green helped the Spurs win their fifth title in 2014 and by enjoying that moment, shows a sign of what it means to play for an elite organization in San Antonio.

This Thursday, the 2015 NBA Draft kicks off and many things can take place. You will see your favorite college stars get drafted to a team, many players from current teams may get shipped around for future draft picks and all sorts of scenarios that may occur.

Players in the NBA tend to watch the draft so they can see who will be on their team and also if they will be traded to another team. The Spurs are now at a stage where they need to make some changes. During the last three seasons, they literally kept the same roster, with an exception of a few players, and still managed to win ball games.

Apr 7, 2015; Oklahoma City, OK, USA; San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green (14) takes the floor prior to action against the Oklahoma City Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark D. Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Tar Heel Triple has done all he has on the Spurs and it would definitely be a strange look if he was in another jersey. At the end of the day, all players should expect the unexpected because they never know what will take place. The Spurs will do what they can to keep Green because he played a big time role on the defense side and also when the team needed those big time shots. He has learned from his past season and has continued to improve each and every game.

You rarely see Green injured and that shows everyone how well his body is when it comes to staying healthy and the conditioning he is in. Also focusing on plays and what Coach Gregg Popovich draws up is a big asset to being part of the team. Green is a keeper for next season and after all the draft fiasco takes place, he will prove to the team once again why he belongs.

Here is video uploaded by OneCokePlz Highlights, where it shows Danny Green’s highlights against the Denver Nuggets on April 3, 2015.

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