To become one of the league's most versatile players? Ready: Jeff Green returned for his second season a better player across the board. His efficiency went up and his turnovers remained virtually the same despite playing much more minutes. Two of career-highs illustrated his versatility: He hit five 3-pointers against Memphis in January and grabbed 15 rebounds three weeks later against Golden State. ... or not: Green struggles to defend elite power forwards and, because of size mismatches, may never be able to. His rebounding is also just average for the power forward position. His 8.7 rebounds per 48 minutes tie him for 28th among players at the position — behind players like Matt Bonner and Hakim Warrick.