Gerald Green
Gerald Green
34-Year-Old GuardG
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2019 Fantasy Outlook
Last season, Green continued his career-long trend of providing instant offense off the bench with his above-average marksmanship from deep. The 33-year-old drained 35.4 percent of his long-distance attempts -- his fourth season in the last five with at least a 35.0 percent success rate from behind the arc. Green wasn't exactly efficient overall -- he shot just 40.0 percent from the field -- but that's never been his calling card. The long-tenured wing, who signed with the Rockets for a third straight season, offers some decent rebounding ability, but his main fantasy contributions will continue to be in offensive categories. As a reserve who heavily relies on three-point accuracy, Green's production will naturally see its fair share of fluctuation. However, as he demonstrated last season, he's capable of stringing together a series of strong offensive outputs when he gets a hot hand. During the 2018-19 campaign, that even included a trio of 20-point performances off the bench, and he also sandwiched a stretch of 10 double-digit scoring efforts over a 15-game period around the All-Star break. Looking ahead to the 2019-20 season, Green is likely to reprise the bench role that's afforded him over 20.0 minutes per contest over each of the previous two years while backing up both the shooting guard and small forward positions. Read Past Outlooks
$Signed a one-year, $2.56 million contract with the Rockets in July of 2019. Traded to the Nuggets in February of 2020. Waived by the Nuggets in February of 2020.
Personal Bio

Green was born in Houston, Texas, to Gerald and Brenda Green. He has two sisters, Delonya and Tenika, and a brother, Garlon, who played college basketball at TCU and professional basketball overseas. When he was 11 years old, Green lost a significant portion of his right ring finger after he severely injured it while trying to dunk on a makeshift rim. He attended J. Frank Dobie High School for two years but was cut from his high school basketball team as both a freshman and sophomore. He then transferred to Gulf Shores Academy in Houston. During his senior year, Green averaged 33 points, 12 rebounds, seven assists and three blocked shots per game and was named a McDonald's All-American. He posted a game-high 24 points in the 2005 McDonald's All-American Game and won the McDonald's All-American Slam Dunk Contest. Green helped rescue people and deliver supplies to those in need after Hurricane Harvey struck Houston in August of 2017. Learn more about Green by following him on Twitter (@GgreenJr25) and on Instagram (@g.green14).

College/International Summary

Green was drafted in 2005, the last year that players could jump straight from high school to the NBA. He attended Gulf Shores Academy where he averaged 33.0 points, 12.0 rebounds, 7.0 assists and 3.0 blocks as a senior. He appeared in the 2005 McDonald's All-American game where he scored a game-high 24 points. The high-flying 6-foot-6 guard also won the Slam Dunk Contest over Josh McRoberts. Green -- a five-star recruit who was considered by some to be the top player in the 2015 recruiting class -- committed to Oklahoma State but decided to go pro instead.

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February 7, 2020
Green (foot) was waived by the Nuggets on Friday.
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Green, who is recovering from left foot surgery, was let go by Denver to free up a roster spot. It's unclear if another team will be interested in picking him up in hopes that he can play in the postseason.
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2018

In 2018-19, Gerald Green returned for a second season with the Rockets. The veteran wing averaged 9.2 points, 2.5 rebounds and 2.1 made three-pointers across 20 minutes per game. He appeared in 73 games after taking the court a combined 88 times over the previous two seasons. Green's outside shooting abilities provided spacing for Houston's unique offensive scheme. He also erupted for occasional scoring outbursts thanks to his three-point shooting prowess. On Feb. 2, Green delivered a season-high 25 points and a season-high seven made threes. Four days later, Green again posted 25 points, to go with two blocks and two steals, during a road win at Sacramento. Green hit three or more three-pointers in 27 games for the Rockets. His role shrank a bit in the post-season. Green averaged 3.5 points, 0.9 made threes and nine minutes played in Houston's 17 playoff games.

2017

Gerald Green had a career resurgence during the 2017-18 campaign. At age 32, he was waived by the Milwaukee Bucks before joining the Houston Rockets in December. In 41 games there, he averaged 12.1 points, 3.2 rebounds and 22.7 minutes per game. His numbers in each of those categories were the best he produced since the 2013-14 campaign with the Phoenix Suns. Green also shot 40.7 percent from the field and 36.9 percent on three-point attempts. He was hot right out of the gate. After not scoring in his first game, Green rattled off nine straight double-digit scoring games. During that stretch, he averaged 17.3 points and shot 42.5 percent from behind the arc. He also ended the regular season with a hot streak. The 6-foot-6 guard averaged 16.4 points and 4.4 rebounds on 45 percent shooting over his final nine contests, including a season-high 31 points in the last game of the season. Green then averaged 6.3 points in 17 postseason games.

2016

Green returned to Boston -- with whom he began his NBA career -- for the 2016-17 campaign. He played in 47 games, averaging 11.4 minutes per contest. He averaged 5.6 points, his lowest mark since the 2008-09 season. Green also posted per-game averages of 1.8 rebounds and 0.7 assists. His biggest contribution came from beyond the arc. He made 0.8 three-pointers per game and shot 35.1 percent from deep. Green scored a season-high 19 points in a win over Memphis on Dec. 27, making 7-of-10 shots from the field. That was one of nine games during the campaign in which he scored double-digit points. Boston finished with a 53-29 record and earned the top playoff seed in the Eastern Conference. In Game 3 of the Celtics' first-round series against Chicago, Green scored a career playoff-high 18 points and grabbed seven rebounds in a victory. Overall, the swingman played in 13 postseason games as Boston advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. He posted per-game playoff averages of 7.5 points and 1.6 made three-pointers in 14.8 minutes per contest.

2015

After two productive seasons in Phoenix, Green signed with the Miami Heat for the 2015-16 season. He played in 69 games for Miami, making 14 starts. Green posted per-game averages of 8.9 points and 2.4 rebounds on the season. He again specialized in making shots from beyond the arc, averaging 1.2 three-pointers per contest. Green scored a season-high 30 points as a starter against Sacramento on April 1. He drilled five treys in that contest, one of three times he accomplished that feat during the campaign. For the first time in three seasons, Green participated in the postseason as Miami earned the third seed in the Eastern Conference. Green came off the bench for 12 games in the playoffs, averaging 9.2 minutes per contest. He posted per-game averages of 3.3 points and 1.4 rebounds. The Heat advanced to the Eastern Conference Semifinals but were eliminated by Toronto in seven games.

2014

Green was primarily a reserve in his second season in Phoenix. He played in 74 contests, making four starts. His minutes dropped to 19.5 per game, but he still provided solid offensive numbers. On the season, Green averaged 11.9 points and 2.5 rebounds. He continued to excel from deep, ranking 23rd in the league with 137 three-pointers. He shot 41.6 percent from the field, including 35.4 percent from beyond the arc. The swingman tied a career high with five steals and scored 16 points against Utah on Nov. 1. On Feb. 20, he tied another career high with six assists while scoring 12 points against Minnesota. Green scored at least 20 points on 11 occasions, including a 30-point performance against Dallas on April 8. In that game, the sharpshooting guard made 10-of-19 field-goals, including 5-of-10 from three-point range.

2013

In July of 2013, Indiana traded Green to the Phoenix Suns. The move to Phoenix opened new doors for the swingman as he played in all 82 regular-season contests, making 48 starts. Green's 28.4 minutes per game were the most of his career, helping him showcase his valuable skills. The 6-foot-7 guard had his best scoring season with an average of 15.8 points per game. He added 3.4 rebounds and 1.5 assists per contest. Green also shot a career-best 84.8 percent from the charity stripe. He blossomed into one of the league's best three-point threats, making 204 treys on the season, fourth-most in the NBA. He also ranked 22nd in the league by shooting 40.0 percent from deep. Green went off for a career-high 41 points in a win over Oklahoma City on March 6, going 8-of-13 from beyond the arc. That performance was one of 25 during the season in which Green scored at least 20 points.

2012

After a successful return to the NBA during the 2011-12 campaign, Green signed with the Indiana Pacers in July of 2012. He spent the 2012-13 season with the Pacers, playing in 60 games and averaging 18 minutes per contest. Green's per-game averages included 7.0 points, 2.4 rebounds and 0.8 assists. He also averaged one three-pointer per contest and shot 31.4 percent from deep. Green's best performance came in the final game of the regular season when he poured in a career-high 34 points and grabbed six rebounds. The swingman went on to play in nine playoff games as Indiana advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. In the postseason, Green averaged 6.1 points and nailed 1.2 three-pointers per contest.

2011

After two seasons in the Russian PBL, Green signed with the Foshan Long Lions of the Chinese Basketball Association at the start of the 2011-12 season. The high-flying wing played in four CBA games, averaging 26.5 points per contest during his brief stay. Green quickly returned stateside to play for the Los Angeles D-Fenders of the NBA D-League. He played in 22 games, making 13 starts, for the D-Fenders. In the D-League, Green honed his shooting skills, shooting 48 percent from the floor and 46 percent from three-point range. Green scored 28 points during the D-League All-Star Game and earned game MVP honors. Green then moved again, signing an agreement with the New Jersey Nets. In 31 Nets games, including two starts, Green delivered 12.9 points, 3.5 rebounds, 1.1 assists and 1.4 steals-plus-blocks in 25.2 minutes per game. He also shot 48.1 percent from the floor and 39.1 percent from three-point range.

2010

Green's positive Russian experence in 2009-10 convinced the sharp shooting forward to return to Russia and sign a deal with Krasnie Krilya Samara of the Russian league. In 32 games of Russia PBL competition, including 23 starts, Green averaged 11.4 points, 3.1 rebounds and 1.3 three-pointers. Green was named an All-Star and won the Russian league's slam dunk contest. Green's Samara club would go on to play five EuroCup games. The 6-foot-7 wing averaged 15.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and an impressive 2.6 made threes during EuroCup competition.

2009

After four NBA seasons, Gerald Green signed with PBC Lokomotiv Kuban, a Russian basketball team based in Krasnodar. He joined them in December of 2009. In 17 games for Lokomotiv Kuban, Green averaged 16.4 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists per contest. Green led the squad to a respectable fifth-place finish. Kuban also played in three games of the EuroChallenge tournament. Green averaged 15.0 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.3 made three-pointers during those three EuroChallange contests. His strong play earned Green All-Russian PBL Honorable Mention by Euroleague.com.

2008

Green was a free agent entering the 2008-09 season. He signed with Dallas in July. With the Mavericks, Green played 38 games and averaged 9.9 minutes per contest. He posted per-game averages of 5.2 points and 1.4 rebounds. His minutes fluctuated throughout the season, but he did manage some impressive performances, including a 17-point, six-rebound effort as a starter against the Lakers on Nov. 11. Green also got his first taste of the NBA postseason with Dallas. In six playoff games, the swingman averaged 1.8 points while playing 4.3 minutes per contest.

2007

After showing significant promise in his sophomore campaign, Gerald Green was traded from Boston to the Minnesota Timberwolves in July of 2007. The move placed Green behind a number of more experienced players, limiting the swingman to 12 minutes per contest over 30 games. Minnesota eventually traded Green to Houston in February, but he played only one game with the Rockets before he was released. On the season, he posted per-game averages of 5.1 points and 2.1 rebounds. Green made 38.5 percent of his shots from beyond the arc and 82.9 percent of his free-throw attempts, both career bests. His finest game of the season came against Golden State on Dec. 19 when he established season highs with 18 points and eight rebounds. During the All-Star break, Green defended his championship at the annual Slam Dunk Contest. He performed a variety of impressive dunks but finished second in the competition to Dwight Howard.

2006

Gerald Green played in 81 games during his sophomore campaign, and his playing time nearly doubled to 22 minutes per contest. The swingman's numbers consequently grew to 10.4 points and 2.6 assists per game. Green also displayed his ability to shoot from deep, averaging 1.2 three-pointers and shooting 36.8 percent from beyond the arc. He began the season on the bench but filled in at times for injured players and ended the campaign with 26 starts. In one of those starts, Green went off for a career-high 33 points and drained four treys against Atlanta on Apr. 10. Among the highlights of the athletic guard's season was a first-place finish in the 2007 Slam Dunk Contest during the All-Star break.

2005

Gerald Green was selected by the Boston Celtics with the 18th pick in the 2005 NBA Draft. He played 32 games during his rookie campaign, making three starts and averaging 11.7 minutes per contest. He spent much of the early part of the season in the G League, though he did play 23 minutes for the Celtics and score 13 points while grabbing nine rebounds against Phoenix on Feb. 22. Green's playing time continued to be minimal until April, when he was given an expanded role. On April 12, he scored a season-high 22 points and blocked two shots against Indiana. Green was subsequently moved into a starting role for Boston's final three contests. In his three starts, Green averaged 14.7 points and 4.0 rebounds, showcasing his talents heading into the offseason.

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Transaction History
  • June 28, 2005
    Drafted by the Boston Celtics in the 1st round (18th pick) of the 2005 NBA Draft.
  • July 15, 2005
    Signed a two-year rookie contract with the Boston Celtics.
  • July 31, 2007
    Traded by the Boston Celtics with Ryan Gomes, Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, Sebastian Telfair, and two 2009 1st-round draft picks to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Garnett.
  • February 21, 2008
    Traded by the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Houston Rockets for Kirk Snyder and a 2010 2nd-round draft pick.
  • March 8, 2008
    Waived by the Houston Rockets.
  • July 3, 2008
    Signed a one-year contract with the Dallas Mavericks.
  • February 27, 2012
    Signed two 10-day contracts with the New Jersey Nets, then signed a contract for the rest of the season.
  • July 12, 2012
    Signed a three-year contract with the Indiana Pacers.
  • July 27, 2013
    Traded by the Indiana Pacers with Miles Plumlee and a 2014 1st-round draft pick to the Phoenix Suns for Luis Scola.
  • July 9, 2015
    Signed a one-year contract with the Miami Heat.
  • July 27, 2016
    Signed a one-year contract with the Boston Celtics.
  • September 24, 2017
    Signed a contract with the Milwaukee Bucks.
  • October 14, 2017
    Waived by the Milwaukee Bucks.
  • December 28, 2017
    Signed a one-year contract with the Houston Rockets.
  • July 9, 2018
    Signed a one-year contract with the Houston Rockets.
  • July 22, 2019
    Signed a one-year contract with the Houston Rockets.
  • February 5, 2020
    As part of a four-team trade, traded by the Houston Rockets along with draft considerations to the Denver Nuggets.
  • February 7, 2020
    Waived by the Denver Nuggets.
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After being waived by the Bucks following training camp, Green struggled to find interest elsewhere in the league until the Rockets came calling roughly two months into the season at the end of December. Green was only expected to be a short-term add to help cover some injuries, but he ended up impressing once given an opportunity and ultimately earned a fairly sizable role in the regular rotation. His three-point shooting, specifically, helped him fit in with the Rockets uptempo barrage and he wound up hitting a career-high 2.7 three-pointers at a 36.9 percent clip. He added 12.1 points across 22.7 minutes, but didn't chip in much elsewhere, which limited his utility in most leagues. With both Luc Richard Mbah a Moute and Corey Brewer departing in free agency, there could be a few extra minutes available on the wing. However, Carmelo Anthony and James Ennis were added to the roster and will likely limit a potential uptick in playing time to just a minor gain. Look for Green to battle Ennis for minutes as a reserve wing and if he does end up with a similar workload, he'll simply be a three-point specialist in deeper leagues.
Green has come full circle as he prepares for his 10th NBA season, rejoining the Celtics franchise that made him the 18th overall pick out of high school in 2005. Green has bounced around between eight NBA teams over his career, most recently appearing in 69 games (14 starts) for the Heat last season. He averaged 8.9 points and 2.4 rebounds per game but struggled with his shot, converting just 39.2 percent of his field-goal attempts and 32.3 percent of his three-point attempts. While Green is on the wrong side of 30, his jaw-dropping athleticism hasn't seemed to dissipate, which lends well to his abilities as a versatile wing defender. The question will be whether he can crack a deep Celtics rotation already stocked with capable two-way players. Green, who signed a veteran's minimum deal to join the Celtics, will be in the mix for time at both shooting guard and small forward, but he'll have to contend with Jaylen Brown, Jae Crowder, Avery Bradley and Marcus Smart for minutes in what will likely be a deep rotation.
Green followed up his breakout 2013-14 season with a somewhat disappointing 2014-15 campaign as a result of a minutes reduction. In 74 games with the Suns last season, Green finished with averages of 11.9 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.2 assists in 20 minutes per game. Additionally, he was far less accurate shooting the ball, shooting just 42 percent from the field and 35 percent from behind the arc. As he enters his ninth NBA season on a one-year contract with the Heat, Green is expected to have a similar role off the bench, as he will be fighting for time with Miami's various shooting guards and small forwards. Regardless, Green should be able to provide a good spark off the bench for the team, as he has simply come to be a scorer at this point in his career. Green used to rely on his overwhelming athleticism to score the basketball near the rim, but he has now developed into an effective slasher and a somewhat reliable jump shooter. However, the high flyer is not expected to contribute much else in other areas, so his fantasy value will rely entirely on his scoring ability on a given night, which has proven to be both very hot and very cold at times.
Green is entering his eighth season in the NBA and his second with the Suns. Filling in for the injured Eric Bledsoe last season, Green finally seemed to live up to his enormous potential after bouncing around the league for a few years. Green averaged a career-high 15.8 points, 3.4 rebounds, 1.5 assists, and 0.9 steals in 28 minutes per game. He shot 45 percent from the field on 12.3 attempts with a 40-percent mark from three on 6.2 attempts. Green also chipped in a solid percentage from the free-throw line with an 85-percent mark on 2.8 attempts. With Eric Bledsoe expected back healthy, Green will probably return to a bench role this season but could still carry some value as a three-point specialist. The extended minutes he saw last season will likely not be as readily available, but if given the opportunity, he's proven capable of scoring in bunches. Unfortunately, Green doesn't contribute much else outside of scoring, three-pointers, and the occasional steal. He's definitely draftable in deeper formats, but better options are usually available out of the gate in standard leagues.
A journeyman forward, Green has spent time with six NBA teams and also played in Russia for two seasons. For someone of his experience, he is still a relatively young man at 27 years old. Having never started more than 26 games in a season, the 6-8 swingman should be expected to log at least 20 minutes per contest. Limited range on his jumper has prevented Green from becoming the star he was expected to become as a first-round draft pick of the Celtics. He must improve upon his 31 percent shooting from long range to earn and keep a starting position.
The Pacers are believers in Green, handing him a three-year contract. After he played himself out of the NBA three years ago, Green re-surfaced last season in New Jersey, and appears to have used his exile to become a better professional, showing a better outside shot than we’d seen before. It’s hard to tell if Green is a team-first convert who shed his individualistic ways, or if he was merely able to thrive on a Nets team that wasn’t very good. We’ll certainly learn this season, as the Pacers want him to be the first wing off the bench.
The former dunk champion was brought in to give the team athleticism and youth and could end up playing heavy minutes if his basketball IQ can improve. Green looked impressive in the Rocky Mountain Revue averaging 17.7 points en route to earning All-Revue honors. After having stumbled in Boston, Minnesota and Houston, this may be Green's last shot at proving he's an NBA-caliber player.
Green has the opportunity to break out in Minnesota this season. He is currently one of several young swing men on the Wolves, including Corey Brewer and Rashad McCants, competing for playing time behind Ricky Davis. The Kevin Garnett trade suggests that the Wolves are in a full-blown youth movement rebuild, though, so it is likely that Green has a chance to grab a starting spot even ahead of a vet like Davis. Green averaged almost 16 points and 1.8 treys per game in 26 starts with the Celtics last season, and with his athletic ability one would expect him to eventually improve on the 3.6 boards per game he grabbed as a starter. He’s definitely worthy of mid-to-late round sleeper status.
Green's numbers from last season are not all that impressive, but his per 48 are. The rookie guard averaged 21.3 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.3 assists for every full game he played last season and is very likely to improve upon his 11.8 minutes a night this season. If he can grab 20-25 minutes there will be some significant ownership across most fantasy formats.
Danny Ainge has shown he is not afraid of taking high school players and was stunned to see Green there at 18. He only worked out for seven teams and all were picking in the top 10. Green's athleticism, quickness, ball-handling skills, ability to penetrate and deep range on his jumpshot has drawn him favorable comparisons to Tracy McGrady or Reggie Lewis. Doubters will question his weight (200 pounds) and maturity, but that is most always the case with high school players. Green should progress well under Doc Rivers, who succesfully integrated fellow high-schoolers Al Jefferson and Kedrick Perkins into a playoff rotation.
Danny Ainge has shown he is not afraid of taking high school players and was stunned to see Green there at 18. He only worked out for seven teams and all were picking in the top 10. Green's athleticism, quickness, ball-handling skills, ability to penetrate and deep range on his jumpshot has drawn him favorable comparisons to Tracy McGrady or Reggie Lewis. Doubters will question his weight (200 pounds) and maturity, but that is most always the case with high school players. Green should progress well under Doc Rivers, who succesfully integrated fellow high-schoolers Al Jefferson and Kedrick Perkins into a playoff rotation.
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February 4, 2020
Green (foot) is being trading to the Nuggets as part of a four-team deal, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com reports.
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January 4, 2020
Green (foot) has hopes of making a return this season, Alykhan Bijani of The Athletic reports.
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Expected to miss six months
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October 28, 2019
Green (foot) will miss the next six months after undergoing surgery Monday, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.
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Heading for foot surgery
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October 27, 2019
Green will undergo surgery on Monday to repair his fractured left foot, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports.
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Could miss entire season
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October 15, 2019
Green's broken foot is worse than expected and the team is concerned he'll miss the entire 2019-20 season, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.
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