Big Ten

2018 Big Ten Tournament: Michigan, Purdue Advance to Championship

No. 5 Michigan def. No. 1 Michigan State, 75-64 Michigan got off to a 13-4 start hitting their first three attempts from behind the arc. Michigan State responded with their own 10-1 run and evened the gamed up. Neither team caught much momentum in the first half. They both shot under 40 percent in the

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Big Ten

2018 Big Ten Tournament: Michigan State, Purdue, Michigan, Penn State Advance to Semifinals

No. 1 Michigan State def. No. 9 Wisconsin, 63-60 The no. 1 seed was tested by Wisconsin in the quarterfinal round. Second Team All-Big Ten big man Ethan Happ got himself going inside early and often for Wisconsin. Happ finished with 22 points on 10-of-15 shooting from the floor. Michigan State closed the first half

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Cassius Winston

Cassius Winston Scouting Report

Name: Cassius Winston School: Michigan State Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’0, 185 lbs   Strengths:  In limited time last season, Cassius Winston showed that he will be key for the next three years as a potential elite floor general for Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans. Winston was under the radar, averaging only 6.7 points per game on 42%

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Nick Ward

Nick Ward Scouting Report

Name: Nick Ward School: Michigan State University Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’8, 250 lbs   Strengths: Nick Ward was overshadowed in his freshman year but will surely be a name scouts will be intrigued by for the 2018 season. What he may lack in physical ability he makes up with a high energy, high IQ game on both sides of

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Miles Bridges

Miles Bridges Scouting Report

Name: Miles Bridges School: Michigan State University Year: Sophomore Height/Weight: 6’7, 229 lbs   Strengths:  Miles Bridges is an elite – level athlete with an incredible amount of versatility on both sides of the floor. He averaged almost 17 points per game for Tom Izzo as a freshman and was the biggest name who chose to stay for another year

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Miles Bridges

Everyone needs to watch out for Miles Bridges next season

Miles Bridges was phenomenal last year for Michigan State when he was able to be on the court. Bridges shot above 48% from the field and 38% from deep which led to an average of about 16 points per game. With his production and talent, he earned his acclaim as one of the top players

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Miles Bridges with an impressive season opener for Spartans

The college basketball season kicked off this past Friday. With a very talented group of freshman starting off their college basketball careers. One player in particular stood out to me, Michigan State University’s Freshman Miles Bridges. Miles is the REAL DEAL. I’ve had a chance to do some scouting on Bridges in the past. Previously

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The Passing Game, Vol. 8: Mudiay, Michigan State, Rondo

Welcome to The Passing Game, where we simply take the time to glorify the dimes being thrown all around us. Here were some of my favorite dimes from over the weekend… Emmanuel Mudiay has next level awareness as a passer. On this play he drew the defense down to the base line with a drive and

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VIDEO: Draymond Green becomes first Warriors player since Chamberlain with back-to-back triple-doubles

Golden State Warriors power forward Draymond Green balled out over the holiday weekend, notching triple-doubles in consecutive games, becoming the first Warrior to accomplish that feat since Wilt Chamberlain in 1964. In Friday night’s 135-116 shellacking of the Phoenix Suns, Green dropped 14 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds as he and Stephen Curry took

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Kirk

Brother Kirk's Corner Ep. 2: Final Four Preview

Episode 2 of Brother Kirk’s Corner is a preview and prediction segment for the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Kirk’s thoughts: – Duke vs. Michigan State: Why the Spartans are scary, and the match-up between Justice Winslow and Branden Dawson. – Kentucky vs. Wisconsin: The Sam Dekker match-up, and how Kentucky has improved from when these

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