Danny Green SG/SF SA 22 Days

Green scored 10 points, but made just three of his 13 shots Thursday against the Rockets on Thursday.

Green also missed all six of the threes he attempted. He could have seen more minutes with Manu Ginobili resting, but Austin Daye and Kyle Anderson both saw minutes off the bench, including 31 for Anderson. Owners shouldn't be concerned about Green's playing time, but Thursday's game comes on the heel of a 3-for-7 shooting performance on Wednesday and a 1-for-5 game on Oct. 31 against the Suns.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 28 Days

Green played just 22 minutes in Friday night's loss to the Suns after playing 34 in the season opener on Tuesday.

Green had a poor shooting night, scoring three points (1-5 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 0-0 FT). Manu Ginobili and Marco Belinelli played over 20 minutes each off the bench. In Tuesday's opener, when Green started at small forward, Ginobili had 28 minutes off the bench. With Kawhi Leonard healthy, the Spurs will likely have Green's minutes split with Ginobili.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 6 Months

Danny Green hit 7-of-8 shots and a 3-pointer for 15 points, one rebound, three assists, a career-high five steals and a block in Tuesday's big Game 3 win over the Heat.

Green has now scored 13, 9 and 15 points in each of the three Finals games, which is a vast improvement over what he did for much of the regular season. Much like last year's Finals, Green is waking up at the right time, and his steals and great shooting were a big reason the Spurs were able to build, and hold onto, a huge lead in tonight's game. Tim Duncan added 14 points and six rebounds, and Tony Parker added 15 points, four assists and two steals as the Spurs built a 25-point lead and were never in real danger of losing to the Heat in Game 3.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 6 Months

Danny Green got hot in the fourth quarter of Game 1's 110-95 win over the Heat on Thursday, finishing with 13 points, three rebounds, one assist, two steals, one block and three 3-pointers in 28 minutes.

Just like it's been all season, Green can get hot or cold in an instant. He scored just two points in the first three quarters before his fourth-quarter outburst. The big story will be LeBron James missing most of the fourth, but the Spurs pulled away thanks mostly to Green. He set the record last June for the most 3-pointers in a single NBA Finals and will look to keep up his late momentum on Sunday in Game 2.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 6 Months

Danny Green was hot from deep during Wednesday's 112-77 blowout win vs. the Thunder, making seven 3-pointers for his 21 points with three boards, one assist and three steals in 28 minutes on just 11 shots.

He is extremely hot and scored 16 points on seven shots in Game 1, so he's sporting an effective field goal percentage of 102.8 in this series. The Thunder can't defend the pick-and-roll while stopping the Spurs' shooters, which have been the two biggest issues in this series. Green has been on a roller coaster ride throughout the season, but he's getting hot at the right time.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 7 Months

Danny Green confirmed that the Spurs "try to tire [the Blazers] out" by turning to their deep second unit.

"They don't have a lot of subs. Their bench is not that deep," Green said. "They're wearing down. The second quarter and the fourth quarter, it seems they run out of gas a little bit." The Spurs have nine players averaging at least 15 minutes in the postseason, compared to only six for Portland, and the absence of Mo Williams (groin) means an even heavier burden for the Blazers' starting five.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 7 Months

Danny Green did not score against the Mavericks on Sunday, adding five boards, one assist, two steals and two blocks in 24 minutes.

He only attempted two shots today and the Spurs didn't get him involved much. Green had a good season against the Mavericks on the year, making 3.0 triples per game on a pristine 78.6 effective field goal percentage in four games. He'll likely have his inconsistencies throughout the playoffs, but he's a good bet for a big game in this series.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 8 Months

Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Patty Mills and Tiago Splitter have all been ruled out for the Spurs on Monday.

They'll start Tony Parker, Marco Belinelli, Damion James, Tim Duncan and Aaron Baynes. But just because Duncan and Manu Ginobili haven't been ruled out for this one, doesn't mean they're guaranteed big minutes.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 8 Months

Danny Green scored a career-high 33 points vs. the Suns during a 112-104 win on Friday, adding four boards, two assists, one block and seven 3-pointers.

He shot 12-of-17 from the field and is now 12-of-19 from deep in his last two games. Green was struggling to score the ball quite a bit earlier in the year, but he's put up sixth-round fantasy value in standard leagues since the break. He's a prime candidate to get some rest in one of the following two games, so his owners probably won't be counting on him beyond tonight.

Danny Green SG/SF SA 8 Months

Danny Green played a team-high 36 minutes against the Thunder on Thursday, scoring 11 points with five boards, two assists and two 3-pointers.

It was just the sixth time he's played at least 36 minutes this season, which comes as a bit of a surprise on the second half of a back-to-back set. Green's foot injury is behind him, but he's far from immune to getting some rest for the remaining six games this season. He's worth owning in most leagues as long as you have the time to check your lineup when the Spurs inactives are announced.