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A missed jump shot from Rutgers forward Issa Thiam with 8:25 left in regulation was followed by a block and defensive rebound from freshman forward Miles Bridges, back in a game for the first time since Nov. 29 when sustaining a foot injury against then-No. 5 Duke.
After rolling his ankle during the MSU men's basketball team's loss to then-No. 5 Duke Blue Devils on Nov. 29, freshman forward Miles Bridges — head down — walked around in a boot while his teammates continued through their regular season.
Freshman forward Miles Bridges made his first appearance for MSU men's basketball (11-5 overall, 3-0) against Rutgers (11-5 overall, 0-3) since competing against then-No. 5 Duke on Nov. 29. The Spartans would defeat the Scarlet Knights 93-65.
MSU men's basketball (10-5 overall, 2-0) used a tag team of free-throws and team defense to earn a 42-32 lead over Rutgers (11-4 overall, 0-2).
Follow along with The State News and basketball writers Casey Harrison and Connor Clark, as MSU men's basketball (10-5 overall, 2-0 Big Ten) hosts Rutgers University (11-4 overall, 10-2 Big Ten). Send them your comments, thoughts and questions below.
The Spartans would use all of a first-half 19-point lead on the Northwestern Wildcats to secure their second win of conference play, improving to 10-5 overall on the season by besting Northwestern (12-3 overall, 1-1 Big Ten) by a final score of 61-52.
The anticipated return of freshman forward Miles Bridges did not come against Northwestern, but the 6-foot-7 Bridges was in uniform and shooting during warmups for the first time since going down with an injury to his foot on Nov. 29.
Follow along with The State News and basketball writer, Casey Harrison and newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski, as MSU men's basketball (9-5 overall, 1-0 Big Ten) hosts Northwestern University (12-2 overall, 1-0 Big Ten). Send them your comments, thoughts and questions below.
MSU improves to 9-5 overall against Minnesota (12-2 overall) after a thriller in the land of 10,000 lakes, beating the Golden Gophers in overtime, 75-74.The Spartans trailed by 13 at the half after shooting just 10-29 from the field, for 34.5 percent. The Golden Gophers however, had two players, freshman guard Amir Coffey and sophomore guard Dupree McBrayer, in double digit scoring at the half.
In MSU men's basketball Big Ten home opener against the Minnesota Golden Gophers, the Spartans trail by 13 points at the end of the first half, 39-26.The Spartans featured a new faced lineup against the Golden Gophers.
Follow along with The State News and their basketball writers, Casey Harrison and Connor Clark, as MSU men's basketball (8-5 overall) takes on the University of Minnesota (12-1 overall) to kick off Big Ten play.
After a night in which freshman forward Nick Ward earned his first ever start at the collegiate level, his thoughts were humble and modest after the game.“I was ecstatic,” Ward said.
A buzzer-beating triple from Oakland University freshman guard Brailen Neely cut the Spartan lead down to two points heading into halftime. It propelled a visibly angry Tom Izzo and the Spartans to a 77-65 victory.
The Spartans were looking for redemption after falling to Northeastern University in fashion action on Sunday.
Follow along with The State News and its MSU men's basketball writer, Casey Harrison and newsroom personality Stephen Olschanski, as MSU (7-5 overall) takes on Oakland University (9-2 overall) Please send them your thoughts, comments and questions about tonight's game.
After the conclusion of finals week, MSU men’s basketball (7-5 overall) appeared to still be in a mental funk.
With 5:33 left in regulation, the contest was still up in the air — the MSU men's basketball team trailing 64-59 to a Northeastern squad looking to claw its way to its sixth win of the season. Ball in hand, fifth-year senior Eron Harris took a shot from downtown to try and pull the Spartans within striking distance.
After being outshot, outrebounded and outscored by the Northeastern University in the first half, the MSU men's basketball team were unable to overcome a four-point halftime deficit and fell to the Huskies in stunning fashion by a final score of [score].
Fresh off final exams, the MSU men's basketball team hosted Northeastern University (5-5 overall) for the first-ever meeting at the Breslin Center Sunday evening.
Follow along with The State News and their MSU men's basketball writers, Casey Harrison and Connor Clark, as MSU (7-4 overall) plays the Northeastern Huskies (5-5 overall). Please send them your thoughts, comments and questions about tonight's game.