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Men's Basketball thegame730am.com —  Draymond Green and his lawyers have agreed to a plea bargain in relation to the assault and battery charge against him.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Draymond Green has a personal connection to Michigan State’s top-ranked incoming class of basketball freshmen. The Saginaw native, Golden State Warriors star and former MSU standout has had a long relationship with Flint small forward Miles Bridges. And he has known Detroit’s Cassius Winston since the former U-D Jesuit point guard was in the “eighth or ninth grade.”
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Yes, Draymond Green has shown contrition for his off-the-court issue. Yes, the past few months have been a learning experience for the Golden State Warriors star forCenter But is there going to be some major attitude adjustment coming on the basketball floor? Don’t hold your breath.
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Men's Basketball video.wkar.org —  Al's guest is MSU men’s basketball player Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. Nairn joins Al to discuss the struggle of overcoming an injury, summary of the Moneyball Summer Pro-Am Basketball League, his goals for next season and more.
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Football isportsweb.com —  When the incident between Draymond Green and Jermaine Edmondson occurred Sunday morning, Edmondson already knew that he was no longer on the Michigan State football team.
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Men's Basketball si.com —  Sports Illustrated spoke with Durant's new teammate, Draymond Green, to discuss KD's decision, how he recruited the former MVP, his expectations for next season and much more.
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Men's Golf video.wkar.org —  Al's guest is MSU men’s golf team head coach Casey Lubahn. Lubahn joins Al to discuss his outlook for next year's team, thoughts on the PGA Tour season, returning to his alma mater to coach and more.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Big Ten and NBA champion. All-Star. Draymond Green can now add Olympian to his growing resume. The former Michigan State and Golden State Warriors star officially was added to the U.S. men’s basketball national team for the Olympics in Rio di Janeiro, Brazil. He is coach Tom Izzo's first Olympian and will be the third Spartan alum to play in the Summer Games, joining Magic Johnson in 1992 and Steve Smith in 2000.
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Men's Basketball si.com —  Denzel Valentine looked relaxed as he smiled and leaned back in his chair in the lounge of the main office at Macy’s Merchandising Group in midtown Manhattan on Tuesday, where he awaited a photo and video session with Bar III, the clothing company providing his draft day suit. His attire—a blue blazer, white shirt and white tie with uneven black spots—is only a preview of what’s to come on draft night Thursday, he says. “They hooked me up, it looks good,” Valentine said. “Excited to wear it.”
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  It is no surprise to Michigan State fans that Draymond Green is a success. Watching the years of hustle and growth Green experienced under the tutelage of Tom Izzo, you had a feeling he would perform well at the next level. While you may not have predicted the meteoric rise he has been on, you had a good idea.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It used to be that players without a position didn’t make it in the NBA, unless you were a player who revolutionized a position. Think: Magic Johnson. Point guards before him were short and quick. After him, they were anyone with dribbling skills, vision and a feel for the game. Denzel Valentine is certainly not Magic Johnson. But he is a player without a neatly defined position.
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Men's Basketball espn.go.com —  Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green recently accepted an invitation to play for USA Basketball at the 2016 Rio Olympics, a source told The Undefeated on Monday. Green has never played for USA Basketball's national team but previously has played on the 2015 USA Showcase and on Team USA's 2011 World University Games squad. He was selected as a finalist for the United States' 2016 Rio Olympics team Jan. 18.
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Men's Basketball sfgate.com —  “As you know, I blame myself for everything,” Green said, sitting at the postgame podium still in his uniform. “That’s just who I am. I think as a leader that’s important. I’m not afraid to take the blame. “But I do think that’s where the series turned.” He was talking about Game 5, which he had to miss after being suspended for his confrontation with LeBron James at the end of Game 4, which drew his fourth flagrant-foul point in the postseason.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  LeBron James and Draymond Green didn't exactly see eye-to-eye over the course of the NBA Finals, as was seen more than once, particularly with their altercation in Game 4 that ultimately ended in Green's suspension. On Sunday night, after the Cavaliers won the first championship in Cleveland professional sports in the last 52 years, James and Green shared a moment before the Cavs' on-court celebration, showing respect for one another after such an emotional, closely-fought battle.
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Men's Basketball csnphilly.com —  When going through the draft process, it always is helpful for prospects to have NBA players to turn to for advice and support. Michigan State guard Bryn Forbes has one who experienced the same process only four years ago … and has won a championship since then. Forbes has been able to lean on fellow MSU alum Draymond Green (or “Day Day,” as Forbes calls him), as he navigates his way to June 23.
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