Draymond Jamal Green Sr. was born in Saginaw, Michigan, to Mary Babers and Wallace Davis. His stepfather is Raymond Green. Draymond has two brothers, Torrian Harris and Braylon Green, and three sisters, LaToya Babers, Jordan Davis and Gabby Davis. He attended Saginaw High School in Saginaw, Michigan, where he played for coach Lou Dawkins. During his sophomore season, Green averaged 12 points and 11 rebounds per game. As a junior in 2006-07, he averaged 25 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and three steals per game and led Saginaw to a 26-1 record and the Class A State Championship. During his senior season, he averaged 20 points, 13 rebounds, and two blocked shots per game as Saginaw won the Class A State Championship for a second straight year. His No. 32 jersey was later retired at the high school. Green has hosted several basketball camps for youth in Michigan, including the Draymond Green Basketball Camp and All-Star Game in Grand Rapids, Michigan. In 2015, he pledged to donate $3.1 million to his alma mater, Michigan State University, to support MSU Athletics. He has also launched a partnership with The First Tee of the East Bay to help further its impact with at-risk and underserved youth in the Oakland/Hayward communities. In recognition for his community involvement, Green was a finalist for the 2015-16 Seasonlong NBA Cares Community Assist Award. Learn more about Green by following him on Twitter (@Money23Green) and on Instagram (@money23green). For the majority of Green's freshman season at Michigan State, the burly 6-foot-7 forward did not see much playing time. He averaged just 3.3 points and 3.3 rebounds, but there were flickers of potential in the Spartans' run to the championship game in the NCAA Tournament. Green had 16 points in the first-round win and grabbed 10 boards in the Elite Eight against Louisville. He continued to come off the bench as a sophomore but put up 9.9 points, 7.7 rebounds and 3.0 assists to win Big Ten Sixth Man of the Year. Michigan State returned to the Final Four and Green averaged 8.8 points and 6.4 rebounds in the run. The Michigan native started 27 games as a junior and submitted a pair of triple-doubles, including 23 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the first-round NCAA Tournament loss to UCLA. As a senior, Green provided 16.2 points, 10.6 rebounds and 3.8 assists to win Big Ten Player of the Year. He had another triple-double in the Big Dance and helped the Spartans advance to the Sweet 16. Over his four seasons in East Lansing, Green grabbed 1,094 rebounds, the most in Spartan history. He was drafted 35th overall in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors.