Warriors News: Draymond Green Sounds Off at Michigan State Induction

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Draymond Green of the Golden State Warriors.

The holiday season is officially upon us. The Golden State Warriors He may be the reigning champion now but in a few weeks, the NBA season will start again and all 30 teams will fight to snatch that title from them.

But as the summer wore on, many of the Warriors members were ready for some interesting activities. Owns Klay Thompson He spent a lot of time on his boatStephen Curry Graduated from Davidson CollegeAnd, more recently, Draymond Green received a very high honor from his former school as well.

On September 9, Green was inducted into the Michigan State Hall of Fame. While in East Lansing for the ceremony, Green glanced down the wall of pictures of the former recruits and, Via Warriors Twitter accountSend a message to Dubs fans everywhere.

“Dub Nation what’s going on? Back to East Lansing. As you can see, Hall of Fame, this is the first. I love you all. Hello,” green male.

In a recent edition of his podcast, Draymond Green ShowGreene spoke of the honor of being inducted into his alma mater’s Hall of Fame.


Green: “Too crazy”

During the July 7 episode of the Green podcast, he said he was “totally crazy” to be inducted into the Michigan State Hall of Fame. He grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, so making it into his hometown school hall must have been a great honor, and one of the first people he thanked was his college coach, Tom Izu.

“I really just want to thank Coach Izu… number one, for recruiting me to be a Michigan Spartan but number two, for pushing me the way he did, for taking advantage of something I didn’t know could be profitable for myself and for teaching me how to work hard. I can’t thank him. Enough. You changed my life.” Green . explained.

Green spent four years with the Spartans. It took him a few years to become a full-time player, but in his first season, Green He averaged 16.2 points, 10.6 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.5 steals, and 0.9 cuts On 44.9% shooting from the field and 38.8% from behind the three-point line.

He also talked about how loyalty made induction more of an honour.


Green: It means a lot to me

Throughout his basketball career, Green has always been a loyal player. He spent all four seasons at Michigan State and has been with the Warriors throughout his career. Green said the loyalty of being a Spartan makes your entry into the hall all the more special.

“I’ve always talked about being part of this organization forever. And things like (this) make you feel that way. It’s not that you won some games. It’s not that you got paid. Things like (this) make you loyal to an organization. It means me a lot,” Green said.

So, as Green prepares to be in the Michigan State Hall of Fame forever, Warriors fans can look forward to the day they’ll see him enter the Golden State’s Hall…and maybe more.