Danny Green: LeBron would ‘fit in perfectly’ with Spurs

Danny Green says LeBron James would "fit in" perfectly" with the Spurs.

Wednesday, it was C.J. McCollum, who said the chances of LeBron James signing with the Philadelphia 76ers if he declines a $35.6 million player option and becomes a free agent are higher than anyone expects.

Now, it’s Danny Green’s turn.

The San Antonio Spurs guard, appearing the “In the Zone” podcast with Chris Broussard, said James would be a perfect addition to the Spurs.

“Obviously, they’ll make it work. They’ll find a way, I’m sure,” Green said. “I think he’ll fit in perfectly.”

Green, who was a teammate of James as a rookie in the last season of James’ first tenure with the Cavaliers in 2009-10, believes James and the Spurs would be a good match.

“For him, not just us, but any team where they have good coaching or a good organization or a good surrounding or a good foundation, I think we’ll take him in and a win a lot of games and also be a contender,” he said.

“He himself can make any team a contender. Being in the Spurs organization, obviously with (Spurs coach Gregg Popovich), and depending on who they’ll be able to keep… ”

Green, who averaged 2.0 points in 5.8 minutes in 20 games with James in Cleveland in 2009-10, said LeBron, Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge would form a potent triumvirate.

“If they can still keep Kawhi and LMA and those foundational pieces, it would be interesting to see.”

1 Comment on "Danny Green: LeBron would ‘fit in perfectly’ with Spurs"

  1. Wolverine | April 5, 2018 at 9:22 am |

    I don’t want LeBron on the Spurs. Please. Spurs have enough success and they are the most boring/amazing franchise ever. I am so glad the Heat beat them that one year. Of course, Spurs came back the following year and beat the Heat. I don’t want to see LeBron and Kawhi very much, unless Kawhi comes to Cleveland, which isn’t going to happen.

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