Chris Carlson, Associated Press
EAST LANSING, Mich. — Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says Draymond Green has a great shot at having his jersey retired to the Breslin Center's rafters.
Izzo took a look back Tuesday at a season that ended last week with a loss to Louisville and ahead to next year without Green on the team.
Green became the fourth Spartan selected to The Associated Press' All-America first team, joining Magic Johnson, Shawn Respert and Mateen Cleaves.
He would be the 10th player to have his jersey retired by Michigan State. The others are: Johnson, Respert, Cleaves, Johnny Green, Greg Kelser, Jay Vincent, Scott Skiles, Steve Smith and Morris Peterson.
The do-it-all forward will leave a void on the court and off it, where his leadership helped to improve the team's chemistry.
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