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When the San Antonio Spurs re-signed Danny Green to a four-year, $40 million contract over the summer, it was considered a major victory for one of the league’s most dangerous teams. Landing LaMarcus Aldridge was obviously the big score of the offseason, but getting a sharpshooter like Green to take such a steep discount preserved precious cap space available and helped keep a perennial contender intact. There’s still plenty of time for Green to turn things around, but based on his first few weeks of the 2015-16 campaign, that $10 million annual salary doesn’t seem like the same bargain it was just a couple of months ago. Through the first nine games of the season, the Spurs’ starting shooting guard is averaging 6.6 points and 4.3 rebounds in 28.2 minutes per game. Those numbers aren’t terrible in and of themselves, but Green is shooting just 30.4 percent from the floor and making only 27.5 percent of his 4.4 three-point attempts per game……..Read More