One of the league’s best marksmen, Spurs guard Danny Green underwent lasik eye surgery to correct his vision. Green shot a career-worst 37.6 percent from the field in 2015-16.
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His 33.2 percent 3-point percentage was the 11th-worst among players who attempted at least 200 during the regular season. Green underwent LASIK eye surgery this week to improve his vision.
With a sub-par regular season, Green did manage to perk up during the playoffs, making 51.1 percent of his three-pointers. But for most of the season, the sharpshooter wasn’t so sharp. Questions may start to arrive as Green underwent the surgery to correct his vision. Maybe, just maybe he just couldn’t see where he was shooting, maybe?
The surgery was a success, according to Manrique Custom Vision’s Official Facebook page. Green is not the only NBA player that has undergone the surgery. The Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James and Miami Heat’s Dwyane Wade are the most notable ones that have done the procedure.
Green signed a four-year, $40 million deal last offseason with the San Antonio Spurs.