Draymond Jamal Green Sr. is a well-known American professional basketball player. At present, he plays for the ˜Golden State Warriors' of the ˜National Basketball Association' (NBA). Green is known for playing at the power forward position for the NBA ˜All-Defensive Team' even though, at a height of 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m), he is technically considered undersized for that role. Green has been repeatedly chosen for this position as he has consistently proved his versatile defending skills to protect all five positions both as an interior and perimeter defender. Green closely studies his opponents for game preparation to boost his play. He banks on his lower-body strength to fetch rebounds, steals, and blocks. Green briefly dabbled with football at Michigan State University, before recognizing his basketball calling. He practiced with the Michigan State Spartans football team and had two plays during the 2011 Green-White spring football game. Green exhibits an emerging NBA trend of versatile frontcourt players who defend multiple positions with equal ease. Green is also good at attack. His impulsive and aggressive play often incurs penalty and technical fouls. He has had ugly run-ins with ˜Oklahoma City' centre Steven Adams; ˜Washington Wizards' guard Bradley Beal and ˜Cleveland Cavalier's' LeBron.
Power forward who was named the National College Player of the Year after a stellar sophomore season for the University of Dayton in 2019-20. Following his sophomore season, he declared for the NBA Draft. He was selected eighth overall in the 2020 NBA Draft by the New York Knicks.
Explosive point guard for the Phoenix Suns who was selected to three NBA All-Star games. He turned to politics after retirement, becoming the mayor of Sacramento, California in 2008.
Former Ohio State power forward who was selected 21st overall by the Boston Celtics in 2012. After four years in Boston, he signed with the Toronto Raptors in 2016.
Point guard who made her professional debut in 1991, and has played in numerous leagues, including the WNBA.
Lithuanian professional basketball player who played for the Lithuania national team and for the Under-22 national team.