Free agent guard Danny Green has agreed to a two-year, $ 20 million deal to stay with the Philadelphia 76ers, his agent, Roc Nation Sports’ Raymond Brothers, told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Wednesday night.
Coming out of a championship with the Los Angeles Lakers on the bubble, Green was traded to Oklahoma City Thunder and then traded to Philadelphia in a later deal, where he provided a consistent outside presence.
Green is coming off a two-year, $ 30 million deal he signed to join the Lakers in the summer of 2019. The 12-year veteran had a steady regular season for Philadelphia, averaging 9.5 points and shooting 40.5 percent on 3s to go with strong defense.
However, a calf strain suffered early in the 76ers’ second-round series against the Atlanta Hawks shortened their postseason.
Green, a three-time champion with three franchises, was widely praised for his leadership in the locker room during Doc Rivers’ first year in Philadelphia.
ESPN’s Dave McMenamin contributed to this report.