Gerald Green

#14 SG / Miami Heat / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 205 lb Age: 30 College: No College

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Falls out of rotation in Game 6 win

    Green (coach's decision) didn't see the floor in Friday's 103-91 Game 6 win over the Raptors. Green has gone unused in two of the last three games, even with Hassan Whiteside's ongoing absence due to a knee injury opening up extra minutes for multiple players on the second unit. It appears coach Erik Spoelstra is content to lean on Justise Winslow, Josh Richardson, Joe Johnson, Dwyane Wade and Tyler Johnson for all of the minutes on the wing.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Doesn't play in Game 4 win

    Green (coach's decision) didn't play in Monday's 94-87 overtime win over the Raptors in Game 4 of the series. It's the first time this postseason that Green failed to get off the bench. Coach Erik Spoelstra ended up handing most of Green's minutes to Justise Winslow on Monday, and with the Heat pulling out the win, it wouldn't be surprising if Spoelstra stuck with a similar approach in Wednesday's Game 5.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Scores 16 points in Game 7 win

    Green scored 16 points (7-16 FG, 2-6 3Pt) and added three rebounds over 23 minutes in Sunday's 106-73 Game 7 win over the Hornets. With the Heat running away with the game in the third quarter, Green received his most minutes of the series, and capitalized on the extra run. He finished second on the team in shot attempts, while providing his most points in any contest since going off for 30 against the Kings back on April 1. Still, Green averaged just 7.7 minutes over the entire seven-game series, so look for him to see closer to that allotment of playing time during the Heat's second-round matchup with the Raptors.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Gets 19 minutes Tuesday

    Green had five points (1-4 FG, 1-4 3Pt, 2-2 FT), one rebound, and one assist in 19 minutes during the Heat's 99-93 win versus the Pistons on Tuesday. Green's role has been erratic for much of the season, but he hit his monthly minutes average right on the nose Tuesday. He is contributing 11.5 points, 1.8 rebounds, 1.7 threes, and 1.3 steals in 19 minutes through six April appearances, and Green hasn't really done much besides score for the vast majority of his career.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Explodes for 30 points in Friday spot start

    Green went for 30 points (11-19 FG, 5-9 3Pt, 3-3 FT), three rebounds, an assist and three steals over 33 minutes in Friday's 112-106 victory over the Kings. The nine-year veteran's stellar outing came out of nowhere, as he got the surprise start for Dwyane Wade (back/neck). Justise Winslow received the start in Wade's last missed game on Mar. 12, but Green was the one who was able to capitalize on the Kings' notoriously poor shooting guard defense Friday. The scoring total was a season high, and the five made three-pointers equaled his high-water mark in that category. If Wade's absence extends another game, Green could certainly make for a viable near-minimum price option in daily formats.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Will start Friday

    Green will start in Friday's matchup with the Kings. Green will be starting in place of Dwyane Wade. He has averaged 9.3 points, 2.5 rebounds, and 1.1 assists in 12 other starts this season. He makes for an intriguing play in DFS formats.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Plays only five minutes Tuesday

    Green played only five minutes in Tuesday's win over the Pelicans, missing his only shot attempt on the evening. The Heat's recent signing of Joe Johnson has effectively removed Green from the rotation, as he's typically been only seeing light minutes during non-competitive games. Green has appeared in seven of the Heat's 11 games thus far in March, averaging 4.7 points and 1.6 boards over 10.7 minutes.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Dropped from rotation Sunday

    Green (coach's decision) didn't come off the bench in Sunday's 98-81 win over the Knicks. With the newly-signed Joe Johnson making his team debut Sunday and playing 30 minutes, Green's rotation spot was effectively eliminated, as starters Johnson and Dwyane Wade (32 minutes) along with reserves Justise Winslow (36 minutes) and Josh Richardson (30 minutes) covered all the playing time at the two wing spots. It's likely that coach Erik Spoelstra will expand the rotation from eight to nine men in the games to follow, but Josh McRoberts, who also went unused Sunday, would probably earn a spot before the struggling Green. Coming into Sunday's outing, Green had been held without a point in each of the previous three games while going 0-for-11 from the field and 0-for-4 from three-point land.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: To come off the bench Wednesday

    Green will come off the bench in Wednesday's game against Golden State. Green got the start in Monday's win over the Pacers but he played just 18 minutes and didn't score a single point. His lackluster performance on Monday may be the reason he's returning to his bench role. He'll likely see a minutes load closer to his February average of 26.4 minutes per game after his abnormally low total on Monday, even though he is coming off the bench.

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    Heat's Gerald Green: Will start again Monday

    Green will draw the start Monday versus the the Pacers, Ethan J. Skolnick of the Miami Herald reports. Green started the last two games for Miami due to Dwyane Wade sitting out, So many expected him to return to a reserve role in Wades return. However, the Heat will bring Justice Winslow off the bench and start Green at the small forward position instead. In his two previous starts Green posted 9.5 points, 3.5 boards, 1.0 assists, 1.0 steals, 1.0 blocks, and 1.0 triples per game. It is unclear if the decision to keep Green in the starting lineup is merely matchup related and temporary, or something the Heat would consider moving forward.