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A.C. Green won three NBA Titles with the Los Angeles Lakers in 1987, 1988, and 2000. He currently owns the NBA title for consecutive games played with 1,192, having surpassed Randy Smith’s previous record of 907 consecutive games played on November 20, 1997.
Green was the Lakers' first-round selection in the 1985 college draft. He became the first rookie since LeRoy Ellis in 1962-63 to appear in every game. Green was named to the NBA All-Defensive Team in 1988-89 and was a starter in the 1990 All-Star Game.
Prior to his career in the NBA, Green played collegiately at Oregon State, where he was named PAC-10 Player of the Year in 1984 and a third-team All-American as a senior. He led the Beavers to the NCAA Tournament three times, including an appearance in the 1982 "Final Eight".
Today, Green is dedicated to working with youth. In 1989, he established the A.C. Green Youth Foundation with a focus on sexual abstinence education.
Through his "I've Got The Power" and “Game Plan” abstinence curriculum, videos, leadership camps, and ClubAC.com youth website, Green's mission is to help young people build self-esteem and character and learn moral and ethical principles which will help them make responsible decisions.
Green is also is a youth mentor, author, speaker, and successful businessman. He is 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.