We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Danny Green Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I’ve done a lot of different things with community, going green, and not just making sure of improving the wellness of people and their bodies, but of the earth, too.
Especially after going through an 82-game season, the team that’s more mentally locked in and focused is usually the team that makes it to the Finals and wins the NBA championship.
I think I had a good all-around career at UNC.
When I got cut from Cleveland, they weren’t one of the best teams in the NBA at the time, so I had some doubts. I didn’t think I was going to get back into the league. I wasn’t sure it was going to happen for me.
I’ve played for so many great coaches.
When your role players start stepping up and playing good basketball, it’s a good sign.
During the off-season I like to travel, go places and learn different cultures. But during the season it’s a lot of shows, movies and sleep.
I watch all the shows. From ‘Breaking Bad’ to ‘Game of Thrones.’ ‘Scandal’ and ‘True Detective.’
I always love playing against the best.
I have a red-tail Columbian boa constrictor named ‘Jade.’
I listen to R&B. Hip-hop. Rap.
San Antonio itself does feel like home.
That’s what the playoffs are about. our superstars are going to play well. It’s what your others do.
I would say I’m deceptively athletic – probably a lot more athletic than people think I am.
Everything happens for a reason. We always go through things that make us better people.
Defense always comes first.
Canada is such a big, widespread country.
It’s like Christmas every day playing in the NBA. You don’t have to worry about the real world and real issues. As you get older, you get more mature and you understand that. There’s so many other things going on that we have to shed light on to help these people any way we can.
I wasn’t drafted high.
I’m just not one of those guys who’s going to live his life that way, worried about what other people think, say or do.
I want to be in a situation where I can play, be effective and win.
You know, I came in as a rookie and didn’t get to play much at all, really. Became a sponge. I had to go through the rough, get cut a couple times, take the G-league route, which was the D-league back then.
If a kid’s trying to be the next Danny Green, that’s weird for me. That’s surreal, humbling and hard to put in a thought process.
It’s a great time of year for everybody. In March Madness, there are a lot of upsets, a lot of buzzer beaters, a lot of craziness going on.
For me, my biggest thing, my biggest mantra, is winning.
Snakes are very low maintenance. I just have to give them meat and water.
Regardless where I am in life or how much money I got, I still enjoy it, but I grind it out. I continue wanting to do more, wanting to be better and achieve more.
I do a lot of cleaning and organizing of the house, and I’m also a big TV and movie buff.
I used to watch guys like Andre Barrett, Omar Cook.
There’s a lot of guys in this league you’re not going to stop. You can contain them, so the best bet, especially in the playoffs is try to contain most teams’ All-Stars or their superstars and limit their role players.
We’re going to be Black men forever. And that’s not going to ever change.
I’ve had times where I didn’t play or came off the bench.
You can’t simulate playing basketball no matter how much working out you do.
I like Toronto, it’s nice.
Reptiles are very low maintenance.
Obviously, you grow with mistakes and losses, you grow more.
If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anybody else?
Basketball is just a game, and it’s great. We’re lucky to play it for our jobs.
I think the best thing with any superstar is to try to limit his touches. Try not to let him catch the ball where he wants it, try to deny him some, double team him some, throw different looks at him.
Nothing is going to last forever.
Offensively and defensively, I think I probably do a lot better in guarding people in transition and shooting the ball in transition.
I like a lot of movies. I like all types of genres. I like the classics – comedy, action.
Two very great players. A lot of similarities and some differences, but they are extremely serious about their game. They work their body hard, how to take care of their bodies and lead their team. Obviously, Kawhi is not as vocal as LeBron has been over the years.
The relationship with a snake is not like what we have with dogs, like how we can sort of cuddle a dog.
I’m a shooter myself so I know what it’s like to have a shot, but I would would love to have a different way of dominating with the size that Bron has. He can dominate in so many different ways.
I’ve got to continue to work hard because every day somebody’s coming for my job. I’ve got to continue to get better and better each day. I have to act like every day is my last.
There’s got to be a higher power.
As with all great players, there is no real stopping them. It’s trying to contain them.
I remember listening to ‘Take Care’ when I was overseas.
I’m a prime example that you don’t have to be the greatest, the most athletic or the tallest.
When the team wins, everybody wins.
Regardless of whether I’m starting or not, I’ll try and be the best pro I can be.
You’re going to have doubts when you get cut. But you can use those moment to light a fire under yourself.
Growing up, my uncle had a snake and I always thought they were really interesting.
I was never a one-dimensional guy; I was always able to block shots, play defense, get rebounds, or drive, or pass. My father made me grow up that way. He taught me to work on different things in my game and wanted me to be more than a one-dimensional player.
I like to have fun on the court. But once the ball goes up – it’s all business.
I played for the Long Island Panthers growing up, and we played in all the boroughs.
I’m not superstitious or anything, there’s nothing I do over and over. I do pray before every game, but other than that there’s nothing really that I do consistently every game that’s a ritual.
I think the biggest thing for everybody in this league is the respect of their peers. A lot of the things we do, the way we compete, is for everybody in this league to respect as good players. Whether GMs see it or not or people on the outside, we want the respect of players.