Career: Würzburg (Germany-2.Bundesliga, 1997-98), Würzburg (Germany-Bundesliga, 1998-2002), Leverkusen (Germany-Bundesliga, 2002-05), Berlin (Germany-Bundesliga, 2005-07), Bamberg (Germany-Bundesliga, 2007-08).
Demond Greene has developed into one of Germany's leaders - both in the Bundesliga at Bamberg and the National Team. A former long jumper, Greene is a tremendous athlete who drives into the lane and can finish while also beating teams from the outside. He also is a lock-down defender who fit perfectly into the system of Bauermann at Bamberg. Greene struggled at times this season with foot injuries but appears to have no after-effects from the broken ankle suffered last season. Greene also has a great relationship with Dirk Nowitzki as the two played in Germany together along with Robert Garrett. On the German team that reached the Eighth-Finals of the 2006 FIBA World Championship, Greene averaged 9.2 points in 27 minutes per game. In the final win over Puerto Rico at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament in July 2008, Greene caught fire from long range and finished with four three-pointers. "We had a good day and it is our job to have the shots and make the shots and take the weight off Dirk's (Nowitzki’s) shoulders."