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(17 hours ago)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Three after three after three for Indiana's James Blackmon Jr. powers the Indiana Hoosiers (14-6 overall, 4-3) past MSU men's basketball (12-8 overall, 4-3) 82-75 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. After making his first six shots in the first half, Blackmon would end the first half with 18 points. Fifth-year senior Eron Harris and freshman forward Nick Ward had 11 and 8 points respectfully, in the first half. Blackmon wasn't done to start the second half, netting another 3-point basket on their first offensive possession.
(18 hours ago)
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — MSU men's basketball (12-7 overall, 4-2) trails Indiana (13-6 overall, 3-3) 44-30 at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
(20 hours ago)
Follow along with The State News and their basketball writers, Casey Harrison and Connor Clark as MSU men's basketball (12-7 overall, 4-2) is on the road against Indiana University (13-6 overall, 3-3). Feel free to send your comments and questions below.
MSU men’s basketball (12-7 overall, 4-2) will face their doppelganger on Saturday when they face Indiana University (13-6 overall, 3-3) at Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind.
State News basketball reporter Casey Harrison and Newsroom Personality Stephen Olschanski have a loaded slate for this Friday's show, including: when MSU football will return to the B1G championship, the move of the Raiders to Las Vegas, why Floyd Mayweather is afraid to fight Conor McGregor, the Baseball Hall of Fame inductee class and a preview of Spartan basketball at Indiana.
In a continuous effort to shake up a “stagnant” offense, freshman guard Cassius Winston could be finishing a new role on the court.Head coach Tom Izzo met with the media on Tuesday for the first time since MSU’s 72-67 loss to Ohio State on Sunday and said with a lack of production from the two and three spots, Winston could be an option for the Spartans moving forward.
The focus and energy to this year’s MSU men’s basketball team is no secret, it is the power of the highly-acclaimed freshman class.As these young players are analyzed in every facet of the game, head coach Tom Izzo said the team will make their jump from a good to great team because of players not in the freshman class.
Up high and down hard, freshman forward Miles Bridges has made his mark as a human highlight reel for MSU men’s basketball.
While Gov. Rick Snyder took to the podium for his seventh State of the State address, MSU men’s basketball head coach Tom Izzo was asked about the state of his team during his weekly press conference.
State News men's basketball reporter and newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski discuss MSU's loss to Ohio State on Sunday and the obsession MSU and OSU have with U-M and vice versa.
A conundrum of MSU men’s basketball this season is their depth problems. Although the clear front court injuries have them undersized, MSU has larger problems deciding their wing players and guards.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Spartans (12-7 overall, 4-2 Big Ten) couldn’t stop the Ohio State University Buckeyes Sunday night.
The Big Ten announced in a press release early Monday MSU freshman forward/guard Miles Bridges was selected as Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week.In MSU’s two games during the week, Bridges averaged 20.0 points and 7.5 rebounds per game and shot 73.7 percent from the floor, including 75.0 percent from 3-point range against then-No. 24 Minnesota and OSU.The Big Ten also selected Penn State’s Mike Watkins as the other freshman of the week.
After two McDonald's All-Americans last year in guard Joshua Langford and forward Miles Bridges, the MSU men's basketball team
Columbus—It's been a point of emphasis for head coach Tom Izzo and the Spartans (12-7, 4-2 Big Ten) to come out of the gate with more energy and take an early lead against opponents on the road. Sunday would be a test for Izzo as MSU traveled to the Value City Arena to take on the Ohio State University Buckeyes (11-7, 1-4 Big Ten). There, the Spartans would falter to the Buckeyes, 73-67.
Follow along with The State News and their basketball writers, Casey Harrison and Connor Clark as MSU men's basketball (12-6 overall, 4-1) is on the road against Ohio State (10-7 overall, 0-4). Feel free to send your comments and questions below.
After blowing out No. 24 Minnesota at the Breslin Wednesday, the Spartans (12-6, 4-1 Big Ten) travel out to Columbus, Ohio, Sunday for the first season meeting against the Ohio State University Buckeyes (10-7 overall, 0-4 Big Ten).Sunday will be MSU’s first road game since traveling out to the Palestra in Philadelphia, Penn., on Jan.
MSU Women's Basketball signee Sidney Cook has been selected as a nominee for the 16th All-American McDonald's game.
Basketball reporter Casey Harrison and city desk editor/newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski talk about the selfish move of the Chargers to move the team from San Diego to Los Angeles and their hideous new logo.
Beat basketball reporter Connor Clark shares how he thinks the Big Ten conference will shake out now that every team is about five games in.