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How rich is Daniel Richard "Danny" Green, Jr.?

Daniel Richard "Danny" Green, Jr. net worth:
$11 Million

Daniel Richard "Danny" Green, Jr.'s salary (annual):
$884, 293 (2012)

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Danny Green Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016

Daniel Richard Green, Jr. was born on 22 June 1987, in North Babylon, New York State USA, and is a professional basketball player, best known as a guard/forward for the San Antonio Spurs of the National Basketball Association (NBA).

So just how loaded is Danny Green at present? Sources state that Green has established a fortune of over $11 million, as of early 2017, acquired during his basketball career which began in 2009.

Danny Green Net Worth $11 Million

Green grew up in North Babylon, where he attended North Babylon High School, being active in football and basketball. He later transferred to St. Mary’s High School in Manhasset, New York, and was selected as the No. 8 shooting guard and the No. 31 player in the nation in 2005. He then enrolled at the University of North Carolina, joining the school’s basketball team the Tar Heals. He averaged 9.4 points on .455 shooting and 4.1 rebounds in 145 games (39 starts), playing in more winning games (123) than any Tar Heel in history. He was named to the ACC All-Defensive Team, the All-ACC Third Team and the NCAA South Regional Tournament Team. University statistics show that Green is the only player in the history of ACC to score more than 1,000 points, secure 500 rebounds, provide 250 assists, shoot 150 three-pointers, and make 150 blocks and 150 steals, as well as the only player in North Carolina history to record 100 or more blocked shots and three-point field goals.

After winning an NCAA championship in his senior year, Green was drafted in the second round as the 46th overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2009 NBA draft. However, after his rookie season, in which he played in 20 games, the team waived him.

In 2010 he joined the San Antonio Spurs, but a few days later the team waived him, and he joined the Reno Bighorns of the NBA D-League in the early 2011. A few months after, he again signed with the Spurs, who then assigned him to the Austin Toros of the NBA Development League, only to recall him the following day. Later that year, he briefly played for the KK Union Olimpija, and then returned to the Spurs, soon becoming the team’s starting shooting guard. In 2012 the Spurs re-signed him to a three-year, $12 million worth contract. His net worth was certainly boosted.

During the 2013 NBA Finals, Green excelled in three-point shooting, setting an NBA record for most three-point field goals made in a finals series. The following year he helped the team to win the NBA championship, defeating the Miami Heat in the 2014 Finals. Green became the third UNC player, with Michael Jordan and James Worthy, to capture wins in both the NCAA and NBA championship. All contributed to his popularity.

In 2015 the Spurs re-signed him to a four-year, $45 million deal, significantly improving his net worth. As of the 2016 season, he is the second highest 3-point scorer in the Spurs franchise history.

When speaking about his personal life, the player keeps his life off the court private, so there is little information available.


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Assistant Director

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Obsessed 2009 second assistant director
Star Trek 2009 first assistant director: second unit
Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story 2009 TV Movie second assistant director
The Yellow Handkerchief 2008 second assistant director
Stomp the Yard 2007 second assistant director
Factory Girl 2006 second assistant director
American Dreamz 2006 second assistant director
Kicking & Screaming 2005 assistant director: additional photography / first assistant director
Coach Carter 2005 second assistant director
Flight of the Phoenix 2004 assistant director: additional photography / second assistant director: blue screen unit
Soul Plane 2004 second assistant director
Envy 2004 second assistant director
Woman Thou Art Loosed 2004 second assistant director
Jeepers Creepers II 2003 second assistant director
Hollywood Homicide 2003 second assistant director: second unit
Angel 2002-2003 TV Series second assistant director - 5 episodes
Daredevil 2003 second assistant director: second unit
Dark Blue 2002 second assistant director
The Scorpion King 2002 second assistant director
Big Fat Liar 2002 second second assistant director - uncredited
Corsairs 2002 TV Movie second assistant director
How High 2001 assistant director: additional photography / second second assistant director
The Man from Elysian Fields 2001 second assistant director
Ticker 2001 second second assistant director
Son of the Beach 2000-2001 TV Series first assistant director - 19 episodes
Freddy Got Fingered 2001 assistant director: additional photography / second second assistant director
Danny 2001 TV Series second assistant director - 3 episodes
Midnight Blue 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
Playing with Fire 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
Rhapsody 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
Masquerade 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
A Private Affair 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
Shark in a Bottle 2000 first assistant director
Hidden Blessings 2000 TV Movie second assistant director
The Others 2000 TV Series assistant director - 6 episodes
Love & Basketball 2000 assistant director: additional photography / second assistant director
After All 1999 TV Movie second assistant director
Intimate Betrayal 1999 TV Movie second assistant director
Rendezvous 1999 TV Movie second assistant director
Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm 1999 TV Movie second assistant director
Incognito 1999 TV Movie second assistant director
The Big Brass Ring 1999 second assistant director
Thick as Thieves 1999 second assistant director
Johnny B Good 1998 first assistant director
Blossoms and Veils 1998 Short first assistant director

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Curb Your Enthusiasm 2000 TV Series additional stage manager - 6 episodes
Black Cat Run 1998 TV Movie production assistant
Dance with Me 1998 production assistant
Before Women Had Wings 1997 TV Movie production assistant
Toothless 1997 TV Movie production assistant
George Wallace 1997 TV Movie production assistant
Leave It to Beaver 1997 production assistant
Con Air 1997 production assistant - uncredited
Rosewood 1997 set assistant
Runaway Car 1997 TV Movie production assistant
Little Girls in Pretty Boxes 1997 TV Movie production assistant
Eddie 1996 production assistant
Andersonville 1996 TV Movie production assistant
Terminal 1996 TV Movie production assistant - uncredited
Legacy of Sin: The William Coit Story 1995 TV Movie production assistant
Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story 1995 TV Movie production assistant
Against the Wall 1994 TV Movie production assistant

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
H4 2015 producer
Second Chance Christmas 2014 TV Movie producer
Cru 2014 producer
For Love or Money 2014 producer
More to Love 2014 producer
A Beautiful Soul 2012 co-producer
Repo 2010 co-producer
Nichts als Gespenster 2006 associate producer
Jon E. Edwards Is in Love 2003 Documentary producer

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Revival! 2017 post-production
Mr. Sophistication 2013
The Tenants 2005

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Revival! 2017 post-production
Chance Encounter 2012/I Short T-Rock

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mr. Sophistication 2013 originator
The Tenants 2005 adaptation

Production Manager

Production Manager

TitleYearStatusCharacter
True to the Game 2016 unit production manager completed
Second Chance Christmas 2014 TV Movie unit production manager

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Grand Jury Prize American Black Film Festival Best Narrative Feature Cru (2014) · Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Alton Glass (producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (producer)
2014 Grand Jury Prize American Black Film Festival Best Film Cru (2014) · Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Alton Glass (producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (producer)
2014 Audience Award for Features BronzeLens Film Festival, Atlanta, US Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director/writer/producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (writer/producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2014 Festival Award BronzeLens Film Festival, Atlanta, US Best Feature Cru (2014) · Alton Glass
· Oliver W. Ottley III
· Courtney Triggs
· Matthew Hatchette
2014 Festival Award BronzeLens Film Festival, Atlanta, US Best Of The Festival Award Cru (2014) · Alton Glass
· Oliver W. Ottley III
· Courtney Triggs
· Matthew Hatchette
2014 HBO Competition Award Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival Best Feature Cru (2014) · Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Alton Glass (producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (producer)
2013 Black Reel Black Reel Awards Outstanding Television or Mini-Series Film A Beautiful Soul (2012) · Noel Jones
· Holly Davis Carter
· Kimberly Ogletree
· Dominique Telson

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015 Best Diaspora Feature African Movie Academy Awards Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2015 Audience Favorite Award Pan African Film Festival Narrative Feature Film Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director/writer/producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (writer/producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2014 New Visions Award Bahamas International Film Festival Main Feature Film Award Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director/writer/producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (writer/producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2014 Saatchi & Saatchi NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE Producer's Award Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival Cru (2014) · Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Alton Glass (producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (producer)
2014 Lincoln Motor Company Audience Award Martha's Vineyard African American Film Festival Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director/writer/producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (writer/producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2014 Audience Award Milwaukee Film Festival Cru (2014) · Alton Glass (director/writer/producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (writer/producer)
· Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (executive producer)
2014 Audience Choice Award St. Louis International Film Festival Best Feature Film Cru (2014) · Courtney Triggs (executive producer)
· Alton Glass (producer)
· Oliver W. Ottley III (producer)
· Matthew Hatchette (producer)


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