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The human highlight reel, freshman guard Miles Bridges came into his collegiate career the star of arguably Head Coach Tom Izzo’s best recruiting class.Bridges showed his value early, scoring 21 points with 7 rebounds in a thrilling loss against then-No. 10 Arizona. It’s no surprise the Spartans look to him to provide momentum and scoring.
An upset win over No. 5 Duke on Tuesday would have been a chance to dispel the Spartans’ toughest critics.
DURHAM, N.C. — After over 13,000 miles on the road in nearly a month, including trips to Hawaii, New York City, and the Bahamas, the MSU men’s basketball team (4-4 overall) nearly finished the season’s gauntlet in upset fashion as the unranked Spartans fell to No. 5 Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium by a final score of 78-69.
Just four days after defeating Wichita State University to take third place in the “Battle 4 Atlantis” tournament in the Bahamas, the unranked MSU men’s basketball team (4-3 overall) kept the frequent flyer miles rolling by traveling to Cameron Indoor Stadium to take on the No. 5 Duke Blue Devils.
Follow along with The State News basketball beat writers Connor Clark and Casey Harrison as they cover MSU vs. No. 5 Duke in Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C.
The State News basketball beat writer Casey Harrison visits The Chronicle at Duke University and talks with sports desk editor Amrith Ramkumar about Tuesday night's matchup against the Spartans and the Blue Devils.
Sports editor Casey Harrison and football writer Stephen Olschanski hit podcast No. 25 with a slate of football talk.
Struggling for their first win against the AP top 25 (0-3), MSU men's basketball (4-3) will face No. 5 Duke Blue Devils (6-1) in their first true road game on Tuesday.This game will end the long standing travel for MSU as the team has already covered trips to Hawaii, New York City and Bahamas.
Playing on Wednesday night in an arena that sits just a five-minute car ride from his childhood home, MSU point guard Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn Jr. was able to call this weekend a true homecoming.
In the "Battle 4 Atlantis," No. MSU finishes in third place after a win against Wichita State 77-72 .MSU took a 10 point lead into the second half, 39-29, however, many Spartans faced foul trouble. Their loss against Baylor saw the Spartans in a similar situation, up three points at the half, until being blown out in the second half, losing 73-58.
No. 24 MSU (3-3 overall) leads 39-29 at the half against Wichita State (5-1 overall) in the third-place game for the "Battle 4 Atlantis."
Follow along with The State News basketball beat writers Connor Clark and Casey Harrison as they cover No. 24 MSU (3-3) vs.
In the "Battle 4 Atlantis," No. 24 MSU loses to No. 20 Baylor 73-58.Leading by three points at the half, MSU was able to stretch the Baylor zone defense, knocking down six three-point field goals. However, Baylor was able to seize second half control, and blew the game wide open.
In the second round of the "Battle 4 Atlantis," No. 24 MSU (3-2) leads No. 20 Baylor (4-0) 33-30 at the half.
Follow along with The State News basketball beat writers Connor Clark and Casey Harrison as they cover No. 24 MSU (3-2) vs.
After taking a 32-29 lead into halftime, the No. 24 MSU men's basketball team is advancing in the winner's bracket of the 'Battle 4 Atlantis' tournament in the Bahamas after defeating the St. John's Red Storm by a final score of 73-62.
After already traveling out to Honolulu, Hawaii and New York, New York, the No. 24 MSU men's basketball (2-2 overall) team opened the holiday break in the Bahamas to take part in the 'Battle 4 Atlantis' tournament.
Follow along with The State News basketball beat writers Connor Clark and Casey Harrison as they cover No. 24 MSU (2-2) vs. St. John's (2-1) in the Battle 4 Atlantis in the Bahamas. Send them your thoughts, questions and comments below.
State News sports editor Casey Harrison and football writer Stephen Olschanski discuss MSU going for two late in the game against Ohio State, Stephen rants about the "rivalry" between MSU and Penn State and the guys talk about the clock error against FGCU.
No. 13 MSU men’s basketball escaped Florida Gulf Coast in a thrilling 78-77 win Sunday night aided by a clock error that seemed to have cheated FGCU out of a chance to win.With 2.8 seconds remaining in the game FGCU guard Christian Terrell tried to inbound the ball out of a timeout, only to have it swatted out-of-bounds by MSU forward Miles Bridges on the baseline.Bridges’ block drained the clock to 1.6 seconds giving FGCU ample but short time for a buzzer-beating shot on an executed inbounds pass.