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Two big NBA daily fantasy news broke out Monday and FanPick (Click to play) got you covered!

Glolden State’s Draymond Green arrested in Michigan

Golden State Warrior player Draymond Green has been arrested Sunday in Lansing, Michigan, accordinf to information obtained by Sports Illustrated. The detail of his arrest have yet to be revealed, but a confirmed to SI that Green was locked up from Sunday night to Monday. The power forward has been named in the USA squad for the Olympics in Rio starting August 5th.

Green was not far from his alma mater when he got arrested. 26 years old, he has been in the league for four seasons now. All of them in a Warriors uniform. Last year, he collected an average of 14 points, 9.5 rebounds and 7.4 assist per games. All statistics that allowed him to be in the NBA all-star first team.

Tim Duncan takes a bow after 19 season in NBA

Tim Duncan nearly spent the last two decades acting like the quiet force of the San Antonio Spurs. He wore the team’s on his shoulders and led them to an unmatched summit in the american sports modern era. With Duncan as focal point, the Spurs won five NBA championship, while also participating in the playoffs for all of his 19 seasons. He helped this franchise become one the best team in basketball history. On this day, the tireless and calm superstar takes the bow. The 40 years-old power forward announced his retirement on Monday, marking the end of an era for the San Antonio Spurs and the NBA.

Duncan was selected first-overall in the 1997 NBA draft by San Antonio. He united his efforts with those of coach Gregg Popovich, point guard Tony Parker and shooting guard Manu Ginobili to transform the Spurs into a dynasty in the league. He’s been named NBA most valuable player twice, and is one of four to merit the playoffs finals MVP at least three times. Nicknamed “The Big Fundamental” for his conventional style of play (preferred shooting than dunking), he was named fifteen times to the All-Star game Ten of those was in the All-star first ballot. Duncan is one of three players to have won at-least 1,000 career games. The others are Hall of Famers Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Robert Parish. Duncan leaves the sport in fifth place all-time in blocks, sixth in rebounds and 14th in points.

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