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It’s official, MSU star forward Miles Bridges will remain on the MSU men’s basketball team for another season.
Amid rumors freshman forward Miles Bridges cancelled meetings with agents regarding the upcoming NBA draft, Bridges sent out a tweet Thursday afternoon calling for a meeting at the Spartan statue in front of Demonstration Hall field.
With reports of MSU star forward Miles Bridges returning for his sophomore season, head coach Tom Izzo still has more talent he can acquire for the 2017-18 season.
First reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, MSU star Miles Bridges cancelled meetings with agents and was leaning toward returning for a sophomore season. In his latest report, Wojnarowski said barring a late change in heart, Bridges will return for his sophomore season.Bridges scored 473 points this season; one shy of Shawn Respert – to rank second in MSU freshman scoring through his 28 games.
Former MSU basketball players have made their mark at the next level in various ways this past week. While more established players in the NBA, such as Draymond Green and Zach Randolph, continue their careers, more recent Spartan athletes are attempting to solidify their careers in basketball.
MSU commit Jaren Jackson Jr. and MSU hopeful recruit Brian “Tugs” Bowen raised their newest piece of hardware Saturday afternoon on ESPN, the Dick’s High School National Championship.Both athletes are five-star recruits that play for La Lumiere in La Porte, Ind., the only school with two McDonald’s All-Americans on the roster, Jackson and Bowen.
After 31 NCAA Tournament appearances, nine Final Four berths and two national championships, MSU men's basketball was ranked the No. 13 all-time best basketball program, the Associated Press announced in its All-Time Top 100 list Wednesday.
In the latest report by USA Today Sports, Louisville’s Rick Pitino takes the top spot and MSU men’s basketball head coach Tom Izzo ranks fifth among coaches in this year’s NCAA Tournament by salary.
The 2017 McDonald's All-American Game, which showcases some of the best high school players across the country annually, was held Wednesday at the United Center in Chicago, Ill..
One future Spartan would leave the Breslin Center on Saturday with the MHSAA Class A state championship title. It was only a matter of who.
Grand Rapids Christian high school senior forward and MSU-commit Xavier Tillman only scored 5 points on Friday, but he doesn't care.His team blew out the Romulus high school Eagles Friday afternoon 74-52 in the MSHAA Class A championship semifinals at the Breslin Center. Grand Rapids Christian, also nicknamed the Eagles, will play Clarkston Saturday for the state championship title.
The sight of green and white and maize and blue jerseys square off at the Breslin Center is a familiar sight for most spectators, but the teams on the floor weren't.Clarkston's senior point guard and MSU verbal-commit Foster Loyer scored a game-high 32 points to help lead Clarkston high school (25-1 overall) on Friday past the West Bloomfield Lakers (17-8 overall) 78-35 in the MSHAA Class A state championship semifinals.
62 MSU student-athletes were named Academic All-Big Ten honorees for the 2017 winter sports season, the Big Ten Conference announced Wednesday.To be eligible for this honor, each student-athlete must earn a varsity letter, be in at least their second academic year at a Big Ten university and obtain a GPA of 3.0 or higher.MSU swimming and diving sophomores Gabe Whitaker, Courtney Aycock and Heidi Surdyk were three of 12 conference student-athletes who earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.Below is the full list of MSU's honorees:Men's BasketballKyle Ahrens, So.
Tom Izzo and the MSU basketball team were within reach of a third-straight Hal Schram Mr. Basketball award winner, but couldn’t fully secure it as Kalamazoo Central senior Isaiah Livers took home the award, the Detroit Free Press announced Monday.
TULSA, Okla. — The morale was low in the Spartans’ locker room, after a crushing 90-70 loss to Kansas Sunday to end MSU’s season.The No. 9-seeded Spartans came close to upsetting the No. 1 Jayhawks — MSU stayed at the coattails of Kansas for nearly 30 minutes and trailed by five with 6:43 to play. But Kansas throttled the Spartans until the end, finishing the game on a 19-3 run and holding MSU scoreless for the last 2:36 of regulation.
TULSA, Okla. – As the final buzzer sounded, MSU's season was ended by the hands of No. 1 Kansas.A hard fought game by both sides, MSU couldn't string a run big enough to crawl past the Jayhawks. The final score was 90-70.
TULSA, Okla. — This week there is no doubt freshman forward Miles Bridges will lose hours of sleep trying to decide the fate of his future.
TULSA, Okla. — With a trip to the Sweet Sixteen on the line, the No. 1-seeded Kansas University Jayhawks used a series of runs late in the game to work past No. 9 MSU at the BOK Center Sunday. The runs aided the Jayhawks in advancing another round in the NCAA Tournament after defeating the Spartans, 90-70.