Daniel E. Green holds over a decade of experience in professional sports and is a certified agent with the National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) and the Federation International Basketball Association (FIBA). Prior to his role as Founder & CEO of Green Sports Management he was Founding Partner of FFA Sports Management and has worked in the front-office with BSE Global and the Miami HEAT. While with BSE Global he was Senior Manager, Global Partnerships and was responsible for developing global marketing and sponsorship opportunities for three professional sports franchises (Brooklyn Nets, NY Islanders, LI Nets), five entertainment venues (Barclays Center, NYCB Live, HSS Training Center, Webster Hall, Paramount Theatre) and numerous other affiliated properties. Prior to BSE Global he excelled as a Business Operations Executive of the 3-Time NBA World Champion Miami HEAT and won a 2013 NBA World Championship with the HEAT.
Prior to his position with the HEAT he worked with NBPA Player Agents from BDA Sports and Rose Professional Management (currently CAA), served as Business Manager for NBA Player Joakim Noah and holds wealth management experience working with Morgan Stanley as a Financial Advisor. Danny also holds the title of VP, Player Representation of The Basketball League (TBL) Agency.
Philanthropically, Danny serves on the Advisory Board Committee for the Nyah Project. He also serves on the Senior Leadership Committee for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society Miami Chapter. He has volunteered in various NBA and team initiatives and is a Member of the Colgate University Men’s Basketball Hardwood Club. Other relevant facts include his uncle, Sidney Green, played in the NBA (1984-93).
Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Colgate University where he played Division 1 Basketball for the Raiders. Danny currently resides in Miami, Florida. He and his fiancé have one son, Daniel Green Jr.
Taurean J. Green holds over a decade of experience as a professional athlete and currently is a professional basketball player for Le Mans Charite of the France Elite Pro A League. Prior to his role as Partner & President of Green Sports Management he played for the Antibes Sharks of France’s Elite Pro A League. He was drafted in the second round, 52nd overall, by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2007 NBA Draft and has played professionally Internationally and in the NBA. Internationally he has played for Italian Clubs Sidigas Avellino and Sigma Barcellona, French Clubs ASVEL Basket and Limoges CSP, Turkish Club Tofas Bursa, Spanish Clubs CB Gran Canaria CAI Zaragova, Greek Club AEK Athens and Israeli Club Bnei Herzliya. In the NBA he has played for the Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets and New York Knicks. During the 2013 season, with Limoges CSP he won the French League Championship in his first season with the team.
Prior to his professional career he attended the University of Florida, where he played for coach Billy Donovan’s Florida Gators men’s basketball team from 2004 to 2007. He was a starting member of the Gators teams that won the 2006 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament and the 2007 NCAA Men’s Division I Basketball Tournament, as well as the 2006 and 2007 SEC Tournaments. Green also passed the 1,000-point benchmark in his career at Florida, racking up over 1,170 points in just three seasons. He along with team members, Joakim Noah, Corey Brewer & Al Horford, were drafted in the 2007 NBA Draft and have had successful professional careers.
Green has citizenship with Georgia, and has played with the senior men’s Georgian national basketball team at the qualification tournament for EuroBasket in 2011. Other relevant facts include his father, Sidney Green, played in the NBA (1984-93).
Taurean currently resides in Le Mans, France and spends his off-season Las Vegas, NV. He and his fiancé have two children Elijah James Green and Everleigh Marie Green and a daughter from a previous relationship, Kylie Green.