Draymond's is the Swiss Army Knife of the basketball world.

Draymond Green, often dubbed basketball's Swiss Army knife, embodies versatility and adaptability on the court. Hailing from Saginaw, Michigan, Green's journey to NBA stardom began at Saginaw High School, where he led his team to consecutive state championships. 

His multifaceted skills earned him a scholarship to Michigan State University, where under coach Tom Izzo, he developed into one of the most well-rounded players in college basketball.

At Michigan State, Green's ability to play multiple positions, combined with his defensive prowess and leadership, earned him accolades such as Big Ten Player of the Year and NABC National Player of the Year in 2012. 

Despite these achievements, doubts about his size and position led to his selection as the 35th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft by the Golden State Warriors. 

Green quickly proved his value in the NBA, becoming the linchpin of the Warriors' defense and a crucial component of their offense. His unique skill set allows him to guard any position, facilitate plays, and provide leadership on the court. 

Green's impact was instrumental in the Warriors securing three NBA championships in 2015, 2017, and 2018. 

Off the court, Green's outspoken nature and strong leadership have made him a respected figure in the basketball community.  

His journey from Saginaw to becoming an indispensable asset for the Warriors underscores his role as basketball's ultimate Swiss Army knife—versatile, reliable, and essential.