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Draymond Green knows some NBA teams will think he isn't tall or quick enough to make it in the league.

"No one has more heart or a better work ethic than me," Green said in a recent interview, gazing across a practice court toward two of the Final Four banners he helped the Spartans earn.
The 6-foot-7, 235-pound Green already has a workout scheduled with Boston, one of about a dozen teams that have expressed an interest in the versatile player.

"I hear I could go anywhere from 20 to 30," he said. "But you never know, so I'm going to control what I can control and that's to be ready for any and every opportunity I get to show what I can do."

Green, the lone senior on The Associated Press' All-America team last season, might be overlooked by teams early in the first round because some scouts don't think he's big enough to play power forward or agile enough to be a small forward.

Well he's an undersized big man and his last name is Green, so he has two things going for him if you want to speculate on Danny Ainge's interest. One NBA executive said Paul Millsap wasn't a bad comparison. My guess is Millsap would be Green's ceiling and Junior Burrough would be his floor.

What do you all think of Draymond Green? Are you hoping for someone better on draft night or would you be excited to land the Spartan?

JR 5/08/2012 03:54:00 AM Edit
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