Also from Spurs: Danny Green's 1.36 blocks per game lead all guards in the NBA right now.
Looks like that was Danny Green's third blocks of the game.
Danny Green tried to get fancy with the behind the back dribble, he lost it and Hill nailed a three. Indy 65-62.
16 points for Rodney Stuckey in the first half, just got by one of the Spurs' better perimeter defenders in Danny Green.
While Manu is shooting free throws, Messina is having a quick little chat - looks like defensive end - with Danny Green.
Danny Green came in ranked second on the Spurs' team in blocks per game at 1.2 per game. Two already in first nine minutes.
Danny Green noted yesterday he hadn't been getting many of those patented run-down blocks of late. He's got two in the first nine minutes.
Danny Green, rim protector extraordinaire, races down court and swats Allen's fastbreak layup pretty much with his elbow.
2 chase down blocks for Danny Green in the first quarter. Spurs lead 20-18 with 3:18 left in 1Q. Kawhi 9 points. SA 4 turnovers
Danny Green records his first chase down blocks seconds into the game.
Other odds and ends from pregame: Danny Green back in starting lineup, Diaw will start as well, Bonner is available and Cory Joseph is not.
Spurs' starters from Messina: Tony Parker, Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, Tim Duncan, Boris Diaw.
Obscure, possibly meaningless stat: Danny Green has higher career block pct (2.2) than Jordan (1.4), Kobe (1.0) and even Dwyane Wade (2.1).
Whatever Flip had schemed there on D, it probably wasn't "just stand around and watch Danny Green shoot a wide-open corner 3."
Spurs start third with 8-2 run. Parker's got 25 points, Danny Green gets in double figures with 10 points.
Danny Green played a few seconds of point guard the other night vs. the Sixers.
Back-to-back triples -- including the single greatest shot in hoops, the PUTIT -- from Danny Green, and the Spurs are suddenly up 47-37.
Flip has switched Brewer on to Parker and Mo on to Danny Green
Spurs have lost four of their last five at the Target Center. The one win in there, I seem to recall Danny Green going nuts from 3.
My favorite lineup so far in this 10-game season: Danny Green (PG), Austin Daye (SG), Boris Diaw (SF), Matt Bonner (PF), Jeff Ayres (C)
Hollis Thompson is underrated defensively. Just helped on the left block, raced all the way out to top of key to disrupt Danny Green's shot.
Danny Green is the lone guard in this entire lineup. Spurs up 12.
Danny Green is running point guard alongside Kyle Anderson, this is weird.
Correction, Cory Joseph has 10 points after three quarters, not Danny Green. Green has 8 points.
Danny Green finds himself wide open from three, sinks the triple. He's got 8 points, Kawhi with 10 boards.
Danny Green tried his second behind the back pass and that one sailed out of bounds.
Danny Green just attempted and completed a behind-the-back pass to Boris Diaw. That is all.
Danny Green with his fist three, Bonner has one also. Spurs up early 10-4, looks like they're good back at home initially.
Kawhi Leonard has matched Danny Green with 16 points, while Leonard is also shooting 50% from the floor.
Danny Green's two free throws give Green 16 points on the night, as he's leading the team in scoring thus far.
Kobe's going to end up shooting 07% from the floor against defensive looks from Danny Green, Kawhi, and Cory Joseph: http://t.co/8sHuezumfY
Silly foul by Danny Green got Kobe 3 FT's in the final seconds to cut the SAS lead to 29-22. Boozer had 8P, Kobe 3, 2A and 2B/1S.
LOL @ DANNY GREEN.
Danny Green says he reached out to college teammate Wayne Ellington following the Monday shooting death of Ellington's father.
Can't find which of you asked ... but Danny Green actually shot better on the road last season than at home. Opposite of this year.
With Danny Green's 4 misses from three tonight, he's 1/17 on the road from three this season.
Danny Green, meanwhile, just cannot buy a bucket on the road so far this season. He's 6 of 27 away from AT&T Center.
Super early call for Slow Mo, as Pop needs a pow-wow with Danny Green.
Aron Baynes has 3 more points than Danny Green and Tony Parker combined. The kind of night it is for Spurs guards.
With two misses in the first quarter, Danny Green is now 1 for 12 from 3-point range this season on the road.