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Men's Basketball usatoday.com —  Executive VP of basketball operations Kiki VanDeWeghe discussed the issue with USA TODAY Sports.
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Baseball youtube.com —  The Spartans took on Maryland to close out the regular season over the weekend with the Big Ten Baseball Tournament on the horizon.



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Men's Basketball mercurynews.com —  Green thrived under Spartans coach Tom Izzo, whose brand of tough love forced Green to become accountable on and off the court -- to himself, his teammates and his coaches. "I'm a better person because I went to Michigan State," he said, "and by being a better person, I'm a better player. My habits changed -- my work ethic, my attitude. "I became a man at Michigan State."
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Men's Basketball theundefeated.com —  The Golden State Warriors hammered the visiting Oklahoma City Thunder, 118-91, in Game 2 on Wednesday night to split the best-of-seven Western Conference finals. Green had 10 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and two blocks in 32 minutes. Warriors guard Stephen Curry had 28 points and made five 3-pointers in 29 minutes and injured his elbow after wildly diving into the stands for a loose ball. Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo was in attendance, watching his former Spartans forward in Green.
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Women's Basketball sportsday.dallasnews.com —  The rookie got some advice from a fellow Michigan State alum about how to handle the pressure of moments like this. Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green and Powers became friends during his trips to East Lansing to check in on his alma mater. During this road trip, Green offered some words of wisdom to the new professional basketball player in the Spartan family. Though Powers declined to share the wisdom she learned from Green during the phone call, she was happy to get the advice from the NBA All-Star.
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Men's Basketball si.com —  Even after 73 wins and 82 million dollars, after the championship and the All-Star Game, after Steph Curry called him the voice and Steve Kerr called him the heart and nobody dared call him a tweener again, Draymond Green still sometimes sprints down the court on defense and hears a giant holler to the sideline: “Coach, post up!” The giant points down at Green, a head shorter, and raises a mitt on the left block. And just like that, everything Green has done throughout the day to quiet his soul—watching the WNBA on TV in his home atop the Berkeley Hills, playing dominos with his friends, eschewing coffee for water and hype music for J. Cole and Boyz II Men—flies out the window of Oracle Arena.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Stunningly, Draymond Green kept his mouth shut on the court for a full practice Saturday. Golden State's outspoken swingman is striving to cut down on his arguing and technical fouls for the rest of the postseason — which could be as challenging a task in the Western Conference finals as slowing down the explosive Thunder tandem ofKevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  "I thank him every day," Valentine said, according to the Detroit Free Press. "He's doing his thing and definitely paving the way, making it easier for me. He says that all the time, he paves the way... He worked, was picked 35 and had to do it the hard way."
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Football goerie.com —  Delton Williams spoke to children at John F. Kennedy Center on Wednesday, standing in the same room where he once sat as a participant in the center's youth programs in the same Erie neighborhood where he grew up.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Going into the NBA draft, not many people knew what to think of Michigan State star Draymond Green. Many viewed him as too slow to play small forward and too small to play power forward. But during his time with Golden State, Green has emerged as one of the better players in the league.
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Football michiganstate.247sports.com —  Many NFL rookies have a player that they look up to, but Oakland Raiders defensive end Shilique Calhoun is unique in the sense that the athlete he emulates most is an NBA star. During a recent appearance on Haberman & Middlehauff on 95.7 The Game, Calhoun said he would like to replicate the success Golden State Warriors power forward and fellow Michigan State product Draymond Green has experienced.
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Baseball impact89fm.org —  With only 12 games remaining, Michigan State baseball is right in the heat of fighting for a Big Ten championship. Incredibly talented and knowledgeable lead MSU baseball reporter Zach Barnes gives you the lowdown on everything you need to know about the 2016 season.
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Men's Basketball si.com —  Golden State’s opening win over Portland in the second round had Draymond Green’s fingerprints all over it. The Warriors’ do-it-all All-Star played point forward on offense and locked down multiple positions on defense on his way to a triple-double in the 118-106 victory at Oracle on Sunday.
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Men's Basketball espn.go.com —  Draymond Green set the record for plus-minus in a season, with the Golden State Warriors outscoring opponents by a mere 1,070 points in 2015-16. Draymond Green is not a superstar. Draymond Green led all players in real plus-minus this season, after finishing in the top 8 last season. Draymond Green is not a superstar. Through six playoff games, with Stephen Curry only assisting in four total quarters of action, Draymond Green is +120, averaging 14.8 points, 10.2 rebounds and 7.3 assists. Draymond Green is not a superstar.
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