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Report: Spurs, Danny Green agree to three-year deal

Jul 10, 2012, 8:11 AM EDT

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When the Spurs find a role player they like, they keep them.

Enter Danny Green. The Spurs and Green, a restricted free agent, have agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal, reports Sam Amick of Sports Illustrated.

Green took a big step forward for the Spurs last year, scoring 9.1 points per game and being a key role player for them off the bench. His agent, Bill Duffy, said this to Jeff Zillgitt of NBA.com.

“Danny has embraced the Spurs culture and developed a meaningful role.”

One down, a few more to go. The Spurs have some other outstanding free agents they are trying to bring back. Nobody doubts a deal with Tim Duncan will come (he has said he will not play anywhere else.). Also out there are Boris Diaw and Patty Mills, we’ll see what happens with them.

  1. spellingcopfather - Jul 10, 2012 at 8:24 AM

    Spurs refuse to sign anyone over 6″9 & its starting to piss me off !!!

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