Philadelphia 76ers, Danny Green agree on two-year, $20 million deal, agent says

His agent Raymond Brothers of Roc Nation Sport, said that Danny Green, a free-agent guard, has signed a $20 million, two-year deal to remain with the Philadelphia 76ers. According to Brothers, the deal does not include options. After winning the championship with the Los Angeles Lakers during the bubble, Green was traded for Oklahoma City, then flipped to Philadelphia in a subsequent trade. He provided a steady presence outside to help Joel Embiid's defenses. Green recently signed a $30 million, two-year deal to join the Lakers. Green, a 12-year veteran, had a solid regular season with Philadelphia. He averaged 9.5 points and shot 40.5 percent on 3s. To go along with his strong defense, he shot 9.5 percent. His postseason was cut short by a calf strain he suffered in the second round series against Atlanta Hawks. Green, a three time champion with three franchises was widely praised because of his leadership in the locker area during Doc Rivers’ first year in Philly. This report was contributed by Dave McMenamin, ESPN.

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