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A.C. Green            

3-time NBA Champion, NBA Ironman, Author & Founder of the AC Green Youth Foundation

A.C. signed with the Miami Heat for the 2000-2001 season. He earned a Championship with the Los Angeles Lakers in the 1999-2000 season. Prior to this, A.C. spent two seasons with the Dallas Mavericks, four seasons with the Phoenix Suns, and eight seasons with the Lakers. A.C. was the Lakers' first-round selection in the 1985 college draft. A.C. attended Oregon State College where he led the Beavers to the NCAA championship 3 times, including the 1982 "Final Eight." A.C. became No. 4 in NCAA in field goal accuracy as a junior, third-team All-American as a senior, and 1984 PAC-10 Player of the Year. He graduated with a degree in speech communication. A.C. owns the NBA Iron Man title, having played in 1,192 straight games.

In addition to being an athlete, A.C. is a youth mentor, author, speaker, and successful businessman. He is also a role model that youth across America can respect, and for this, he was recognized in the House of Representatives Congressional Record of October 26, 1999. A.C.'s heart is dedicated to working with youth. Because of his love for young people, A.C. established the A.C. Green Youth Foundation in 1989, with the main focus on sexual abstinence education. In 2017, Green joined UBA India as the director of sport.

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