The San Antonio sharp-shooter equals his play-off record for number of three's in a game.
Danny Green re-affirmed his reputation as one of the premier three-point marksmen in the league last night. After hitting 2.6 three's a game with 48.2% accuracy during San Antonio's play-off run last year, setting an NBA Finals record in the process, Green made his name as a shooting specialist.
Last night he showed us that nothing's changed.
Green's 7 three's tied his record for number of three-point field goals hit in a game, matching the number he hit in Game 2 of last year's NBA Finals.
While Green set a Final's record, he was a combined two of 11 from three-point land in Games 6 and 7, the games that the Miami Heat won in order to clinch the Larry O'Brien trophy.
This fact is surely serving as an incentive for Green to help the Spurs to reach the Finals again where he might redeem himself against the Heat.
This desire was clearly on display last night as Green and the Spurs put the Oklahoma City Thunder to the sword in a 35 point drubbing.