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Sean Curtis Green (born February 2, 1970, in Santa Monica, California) is a retired American professional basketball player and USA Triathlon certified triathlon coach.

Green played basketball for #2 nationally ranked high school Oak Hill Academy in 1987. He then attended North Carolina State University (one season) and Iona College (three seasons), and was selected 41st overall by the Indiana Pacers in the 1991 NBA Draft.

After playing two years with Indiana, Green opted to be traded to the Philadelphia 76ers. At the midpoint of his third year Green was traded to the Utah Jazz (with Jeff Hornacek), where he finished the 1994 season, and his NBA venture.

Green went on to play eight more years professionally in Europe/Asia/South America: Venezuela (Puerto La Cruz 1994 and 1997 and Guanare 2002), Israel (Jerusalem 1995), Italy (Milano 1996 and Napoli 1997), Philippines (Manila 1997 and 2000), Turkey (Istanbul 1998–2000) and France (Dijon 2001).

In 2004 Green created Green Storm Fitness LLC, a duathlon and triathlon racing team and personal and multisport training company based in New York City's metropolitan area.

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