Draymond Green's College Career at Michigan State University: Key Moments and Accomplishments  

Final Four Appearances (2009, 2010): Green helped the Michigan State Spartans reach the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament Final Four in 2009 and 2010. Leadership and on-court play helped the team advance in the competition.

Green helped Michigan State win the Big Ten Tournament in 2012 and 2014. These tournaments showed his ability to perform well under duress.

National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Player of the Year (2012): Green was chosen the top college basketball player in 2012. He was honored for his all-around play on both sides of the court.

In 2012, Green was named Big Ten Player of the Year, capping off a stellar senior season. His strong play and leadership helped Michigan State win the league.

Triple-Doubles: Green had several triple-doubles in college, demonstrating his flexibility and ability to contribute in multiple statistical categories. His ability to fill the stat sheet made him unique and useful to the Spartans.

All-American Selections: Green was a consensus All-American in 2012, recognized by media and organizations for his great play. His court performance and influence gained him significant praise.

Green is among Michigan State's all-time scoring and rebounding leaders. His outstanding play and tenure as a Spartan made him one of the program's greatest.

Leadership and Intangibles: Green was known for his leadership, tenacity, and intangibles beyond his stats. His competitiveness and winning attitude led Michigan State to success during his tenure.  

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