We’re just a few hours into the NBA free-agency period, and the San Antonio Spurs—the team that spends most offseasons chilling, drinking wine, and then eventually scooping up scrap-heap free agents who will later win them a playoff game—are making some goddamn moves.
Since the San Antonio Spurs are in Berlin to play an exhibition game against Alba Berlin, Danny Green used his free time to explore. He went to the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin and took a photo, which is fine. It's not like he's smiling in it. But the caption—"You know I had to do it one time lol #Holocaust"—was a bad…
This is a three-year-old video from LeBron James's 25th birthday party. At least that's what it was until today. Now, it's a video of Danny Green, the scrub-turned-dead-eyed-marksman who has taken the NBA finals by storm, acting awkward at a club. It's also proof that life is strange.
What is going on here? Why is this child dressed as a terrorist? Why is Danny Green nearly assaulting him? Why is Danny Green the all-time record holder for three-pointers in the NBA Finals?
This is an article about Tracy McGrady.
The Spurs' 84-82 win over the Lakers came down to a pair of plays in the waning seconds. San Antonio's relied on the element of surprise, an unlikely shooter, everyone knowing their roles. Los Angeles's consisted of Pau Gasol shooting a three. This is what happens when your respective court generals are Tim Duncan…
A glancing blow to the head — if that — and Danny Green retained his IBO cruiserweight belt against Paul Briggs. Briggs denies he took a dive; betting houses and Australian boxing's governing body aren't convinced. [AAP]