Michigan State had one of the four #1 seeds going into the NCAA Tournament, but unfortunately was the first #1 seed to exit with a loss. However, the team exceeded the expectations that were placed on them prior to the start of the season. One reason for that was the play of 1st Team Associated Press All-American Draymond Green. The forward is the fourth Michigan State player to be named to the 1st Team by the AP since the beginning of the program.
Quickly after his team was eliminated from post-season play, Green (a senior), signed with agents. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Green is now represented by Ron Shade and Herb Rudoy.
Shade’s and Rudoy’s clients include Luol Deng, Manu Ginobili, Greivis Vasquez, Tiago Splitter, and Reggie Williams. Rudoy is the President and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Interperformances. He oversees United States Operations for the company. Shade is the Interperformances’ regional representative for the United States of America (along with Pat Heneghan).