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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

San Antonio Shop Hosting Farewell Meet & Greet with Danny Green

Posted By on Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 1:42 PM

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If you're still heartbroken that Danny Green was traded to the Toronto Raptors this offseason, you'll have one last chance to show the former Spur some love.

Apparel and sneaker boutique True North SA will be hosting a meet & greet this Sunday from 1 to 2 p.m. so San Antonians can say goodbye to Green.

The trade apparently wasn't easy for Green, either, as he posted a lengthy "thank you" post to San Antonio on Instagram. He's played with the Spurs since 2010 and was part of the trade deal that also (savagely) sent Kawhi Leonard to the Raptors.
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SAN ANTONIO....Can't express the LOVE I have for you, the city, the fans & the organization. I want to thank you all for allowing me to be a part of something AMAZING for so many years. I have many great memories that I will take with me. Through the ups and downs you’ve always made me feel SPECIAL. I want to personally thank Pop and RC for being the first to believe in me and give me the opportunity. Thank you to my TEAMMATES for always encouraging me and being there for me (going to miss you guys the most) many battles. Thank you to the COMMUNITY for accepting me and allowing me to feel at HOME...all of you will ALWAYS be a big part of me and will ALWAYS be FAMILY! LOVE YOU ALL! Looking forward to my next chapter in TORONTO! #tothetruefans #THANKYOU #onceaspuralwaysaspur

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Lines are expected to be long, so if you really want to catch Green, be sure to get there a bit early.
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