Danny Green: career at risk after breaking the crusader and the collateral?

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Danny Green: career at risk after breaking the crusader and the collateral?

Danny Green's bad knee injury sustained in Game-6 against Miami was serious and threatens to compromise his career. Tests revealed rupture of the cruciate ligament and collateral ligament. Green was injured at the beginning of the game due to a chance contact with Joel Embiid, who had collapsed on him causing an unnatural shear of his partner's knee, forcing him to leave the field supported by arms.

The three-time NBA champion is 35 and has an unsecured $ 10 million contract with Philadelphia next year.

Green's career

In 2018 Harrison Sanford, sports commentator and longtime friend of Green, launched a podcast titled Inside the Green Room.

While they intended to begin with a phased launch in the summer of 2018, Green was swapped with the Toronto Raptors, shortly before recording what was to be the pilot episode: the two then decided to directly launch the first episode, in which it came.

discussed the trade involving Danny and Kawhi Leonard. The podcast was sponsored by Yahoo Sports Canada. The episodes featured Toronto Raptors players and coaches, as well as players from other teams and even sports reporters.

Green has expressed an interest in conducting sports broadcasting after the end of his playing career Green helped the Lakers finish the season in first position in the Western Conference in the shortened season due to the COVID-19 pandemic that suspended the season for four months.

In the playoffs, the Lakers defeated the Portland Trail Blazers, Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets, each in five games, before reaching the 2020 NBA Finals, where they defeated the Miami Heat 4–2 to win the 2020 NBA championship.

Green and teammate LeBron James became the third and fourth player in league history to win three championships with three different teams, joining John Salley and Robert Horry. In the 2020/2021 season Danny Green is traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder, but without even playing for the franchise, he is traded to the 76ers in a trade that involves Al Horford, Terrance Ferguson, the 34th choice of the 2020 draft and a choice on the first round of the draft 2025. This season the serious injury.