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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  After weeks of parades, award shows, vacations and more in the afterglow of an NBA title and a new contract, Draymond Green is finally making his way back to Michigan. The former Michigan State star and Saginaw native is scheduled to host a basketball camp and an all-star game next week in Grand Rapids.
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Men's Basketball businessinsider.com —  Draymond Green has become the face of the NBA's small-ball craze.
At 6'6", Green became a vital member of the Golden State Warriors championship team, bringing versatility at power forward and center where he could spread the floor, take big men off the dribble, and find open shooters when defenses collapsed on him.
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Track & Field video.wkar.org —  Al Martin's guest this week is MSU Track and Field senior Tori Franklin. Franklin joins Al to talk about her senior season with the team, competing in the USATF Outdoor Championships, representing the USA at the North America Central American and Caribbean Under-23 Championships and more.
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Football video.wkar.org —  Al Martin's guest this week is MSU Senior Linebacker Darien Harris. Harris joins Al to talk about finishing in the top five in the past two seasons, the "Dream Team 16" recruiting class, the season outlook and more.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Draymond Green could add one more highlight to his resume. After signing a five-year, $82 million contract to stay with the Golden State Warriors, Green was invited to the USA Basketball mini-camp Aug. 11-13 in Las Vegas.
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Men's Basketball shanahan.report —  Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo taped a "Don't ever give up" video for the V Foundation and ESPYs that has been playing on ESPN.com.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Even though the Warriors will now pay him handsomely, Green can still realize his dream of playing for free. As part of the next range of mountains he hopes to scale along with winning more NBA titles, he revealed another burning desire fewer folks know about. "I do have one selfish goal — I want to make the Olympic team next summer," Green said after his formal news conference had been completed. "That's a real goal of mine, to make the Olympic team."
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Draymond Green's status as a $16-million a year player is now official, but the former Michigan State star and Saginaw native says the job security and significant pay raise won't change his style of play. "My style of play is who I am," Green said Thursday at a press conference in Oakland, California. "It's not like I'm going to go out and not go for a rebound, it's just who I am. It's not like I'm going to not dive for a loose ball or take a charge."
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Men's Basketball ftw.usatoday.com —  The Golden State Warriors re-signed their free agent forward Draymond Green to a five-year, fully guaranteed deal worth $85 million. Naturally, he called his mother to tell her about it. How did she react? With tears of joy.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Draymond Green announced Wednesday night that he has signed a new contract with the Golden State Warriors. Yahoo! reported the deal is for five years and is worth 85 million dollars.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  So Tom Izzo really can enjoy watching basketball games? Apparently he can, when they don't involve him coaching but do involve one of his former Michigan State stars, Draymond Green, helping the Golden State Warriors win the NBA title.
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Men's Basketball detroitnews.com —  Draymond Green is scheduled to meet with the Warriors at 9:01 p.m. Tuesday night, Pacific time, when free agents can begin negotiating, and the two sides hope to agree to a contract that will keep him from going on the market, multiple sources told Bay Area News Group columnist Marcus Thompson II on Monday night. On the eve of NBA free agency, Green's agent expressed confidence in the Warriors, who have promised to re-sign the "heartbeat" of their championship team.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  "Dray Day," the T-shirts proclaimed in yellow lettering over white, blending with blue Golden State Warriors jerseys, Michigan State green and Saginaw High black and gold to represent today's guest of honor.
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Men's Basketball cdn.stationcaster.com —  Draymond joined Huge to talk about the Warriors championship run




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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It doesn't get much more hostile in the NBA these days than the Golden State Warriors vs. the Los Angeles Clippers, but the Clippers may have found a way to charm the Warriors. Draymond Green has a friend in Los Angeles.
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