And the Thunder traded him away for Kendrick Perkins. Freakin’ Kendrick Perkins!
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It’s been a pretty good weekend for Jeff Green.
Early nominees for the Dunk of the Year.
The Knicks dressed like they were going to the Celtics funeral and instead got buried alive under a sea of they’re own bricks and Boston buckets like this stellar Jeff Green dunk. Maybe next time they should wait until they [...]
Jeff Green pulls the game out of the fire for the Celtics and beats the Cavs at the buzzer. Oh, the drama of it all.
Jeff Green dunks just keep getting better, and better and better.
Celtics Rajon Rondo and Jeff Green illustrated by Ethem Onur from Istanbul, Turkey.
Exactly one year ago Jeff Green was on an operating table with his chest wide open. Today he’s doing very well and throwing down dunks in pairs. I’d say he’s fully recovered.
In this piece that aired at halftime of the Celtics vs. Nets game. Jeff Green talks about missing the 2011-12 season after having surgery for an aortic root aneurysm and silencing doubters by returning to the court. Even though a [...]
If you give it some thought, you’ll quickly realize all All Jeff Green dunks are pretty damn awesome. At this same time last year, Green was diagnosed with an aortic aneurysm which required surgery and ended is entire 2011–2012 season. [...]
And your early leader in the dunk of the year discussion is Jeff Green throwing down on Al Jefferson with furious anger. See the dunk and more art by Ryan Hurst below.
With so many subplots to the Celtics upcoming season. The story of Jeff Green is sure to be one of the favourites all year long. In this candid interview with Molly McGrath. Green opens up about his heart surgery, rehab, [...]
The Boston Celtics have re-signed forward free agent Jeff Green who underwent surgery and missed all of last season after a physical exam revealed an aortic aneurysm. The 6-foot-9 Green had been expected to play a key role as a backup [...]
Jeff Green had successful surgery Monday at the Cleveland Clinic to repair an aortic aneurysm, discovered by the Celtics team doctors during a routine physical. Can’t wait to see him back on the court!