North Babylon's Danny Green sets NBA Finals' three-point mark with his 25th of series

San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green reacts after

San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green reacts after scoring against the Miami Heat during the second half of Game 5 of the NBA Finals. (June 16, 2013) (Credit: AP)

SAN ANTONIO - Danny Green has been so locked in that he had no clue.

The North Babylon native did not know that he had set an NBA Finals record for three-point field goals until someone mentioned it to him after the Spurs' 114-104 win in Game 5 of the Finals Sunday night. Green was 6-for-10 on threes, giving him 25 for the series, busting Ray Allen's mark of 22 in 2008.

"Lucky enough, blessed enough to have the opportunity to be on the stage," Green said. "My teammates have done a great job of finding me and getting me open, and it seems everything is going right for me. I'm feeling truly blessed right now.

"There's got to be a higher power."

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