EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State retired Draymond Green’s No. 23 at halftime of its game against Duke.
Green played in two Final Fours for the Spartans and has maintained close connections to the school and the basketball program. He made a donation that helped fund a strength and conditioning center at the team’s arena.
Green is now a star with the Golden State Warriors, and several people from that organization were at this game as well, including teammate Klay Thompson, coach Steve Kerr and owner Joe Lacob.
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