Green, who was originally signed on November 17, appeared in two games for the Spurs averaging three points in 4.5 minutes per game.
Since the start of the season, the Spurs have waived Bobby Simmons, Garrett Temple, Alonzo Gee and now Green. Curtis Jerrells was also traded before the season started.
With the Spurs owning the best record in the league and off to a quick start, it appears they aren’t interested in carrying on extra players and who is to tell them otherwise considering their current lead atop a very competitive Western conference.
However, one common thread among all of the latest cuts has been a lack of playing time, so if they can’t get on the floor, something must not be going right in practice, or perhaps the Spurs just have not found the player that fits and is deemed worthy of a roster spot.