The story was broken by Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News and since confirmed by the team.

The San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday announced that they have re-signed guard Danny Green. During the 2005-06 college basketball season, Aldridge starred at the University of Texas during his sophomore season, averaging a near double-double at 15 points and 9.2 rebounds per game.

A six-year National Basketball Association veteran, Green originally joined the Spurs as a free agent on March 6, 2011 and re-signed with the Silver and Black on July 11, 2012. All that’s left for San Antonio is to finish signing the rest of the agreed upon contracts for guys like Kawhi Leonard, Manu Ginobili, David West and others. “I’m looking forward to being involved in it. I feel that teams with players who are very close end up winning”. “I’m going to try to make history here”. A consistent shooter from beyond the arc for most of his career, even leading the league from long range one season (45.7% in 2010-2011) and hitting 41.4% of his shots in his career, last season he dropped to 36.5%. Among Spurs all-time NBA leaders, Bonner ranks third in three-pointers made, sixth in three-point field goal percentage and ninth in games played. Green has been a huge part of San Antonio’s success over the past five years and Spurs fans will be delighted to see the 28-year-old commit himself to the franchise for another four years.

The Spurs got three players, Aldridge, Green, and West, to sign for much less than they could have gotten elsewhere, something Duncan and Ginóbili have done for years.