How many NBA championship rings does Danny Green have?

Danny Green has won 3 NBA championship rings since he was drafted in 2009. He is still one of the best defenders on the perimeter. 

How many NBA championship rings does Danny Green have
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His defense performance dipped a bit in 2017 but he came back strong in time for his 3rd NBA title win. 

Green’s career kicked off with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Although he didn’t win the finals with them, he went on to win three different NBA titles with three different teams, the LA Lakers being the last one in 2020. 

Since he’s amazing at getting hot from the 3-point line, there might be more NBA championship rings for him in the future.

He joins LeBron James, John Salley, and Robert Horry as the only players to win three different championships with three teams. 

First ring: 2013-2014 with the San Antonio Spurs

In the NBA finals, the Spurs defeated Miami Heat 4 games to 1. 

Danny Green had a .531 shooting percentage and averaged 9.2 points. He also had a 2.0 rebound and 2.0 steal average in 5 games.

He almost won MVP but lost to Kevin Durant. 

Green became of the few players to win both an NBA finals championship ring and an NCAA title. 

Second ring: 2018-2019 with the Toronto Raptors

In the 2019 finals, Danny Green helped the Toronto Raptors defeat the Golden State Warriors 4 games to 2. 

During the finals, Green averaged 7.3 points, he had 3.5 rebounds and 1.2 assists. 

In the 3rd game of the finals, Green impressed fans by making 6 shots from beyond the 3rd point line. 

Third ring: 2019-2020 with the Los Angeles Lakers

The 2020 NBA finals were won by the LA Lakers after they defeated Miami Heat 4-2. 

During the championship finals, the former tar heel guard Danny Green averaged 7.5 points. He also averaged 2.8 rebounds and 1.2 assists in the six games. 

Green’s perimeter defense and his three-point shooting skills helped his team defeat Miami.

Danny is only the sixth ever Tar Heel to win a minimum of three NBA titles.

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