F - DEN - DTD
Jeff Green exercised his $4.5M player option to return to the Denver Nuggets next season.
Green averaged just over 10 points per game this past year for Denver. He saw more playing time due to the injuries the Nuggets dealt with. He may not be seeing the exact same opportunity next year if Michael Porter Jr. returns to full health, but either way he'll be a veteran off the bench for a Nuggets team looking to make a playoff run.
According to the NBA Injury Report, Jeff Green (personal) is listed as questionable Thursday vs. the Grizzlies.
Green comes into Thursday's matchup with the Grizzlies as questionable. The veteran has missed the previous two games with a personal matter. If he is unable to go, Austin Rivers will once again see his minutes increase and could start once again.
According to Mike Singer, Jeff Green has been ruled out Tuesday vs. the Spurs.
Green will be out of the lineup on Tuesday, marking his second consecutive game. Austin Rivers will draw the start with the veteran remaining out.
Jeff Green compiled 11 points (3-5 FG, 5-5 FT), five rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 29 minutes of action in Thursday's loss to the Warriors.
So far in the month of March, Green has been averaging 28.8 minutes per game which keeps his fantasy value afloat. The veteran power forward has been a solid contributor for the Nuggets all season which is very impressive at this stage of his career. Although, consistency in the scoring department has been an issue. The 35-year-old will continue to play quality minutes when the Nuggets host the Raptors on Saturday night.
According to Nuggets reporter Mike Singer, Jeff Green has been ruled out late on Wednesday with a personal matter.
Jeff Green will join Bones Hyland and Will Barton as members of the Nuggets as out against the Kings on Wednesday. With the trio out, Facundo Campazzo and Davon Reed should see extended minutes off the bench.