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As the 2012 NBA Draft inches closer and closer, more and more analysts, writers and pundits are forecasting former Michigan State Spartans basketball star Draymond Green to be a first-round selection come draft day, June 28th. For anyone who closely followed Spartans basketball the past four years, that may come as a shock or as [...]
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In addition to the 4th overall pick on June 28th, the Cavaliers also own the 24th, 33rd, and 34th selections. In a continued look at who could be available in the bottom third of the 1st round for the Cavs, below is our latest on Draymond Green from Michigan State. For previous posts in this series on Andrew Nicholson and Will Barton, click here and here.To follow StepienRules...
Former Spartan football and basketball player Lorenzo Guess was named an assistant strength and conditioning coach, sixth-year head football coach Mark Dantonio said Wednesday, June 6.
Guess now has seven years of experience as a collegiate strength and conditioning coach and spent one year as a staff assistant under Dantonio at Cincinnati in 2006. Dantonio was also Guess’ position...
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Fowler has a couple highlights in his relatively young career: a special teams touchdown off a blocked punt against Wisconsin, and a touchdown reception against Alabama -- the long score for the Spartans...
Draymond Green can do a little bit of everything. The 6-foot-6 former Michigan State Spartans star is projected as a late first-round or early second-round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft and has recently drawn comparisons to Miami Heat players Shane Battier and Udonis Haslem. “He’s tough like Haslem, he’s not over-athletic, but smart like [...]
Here are the latest Michigan State Spartans news and notes on June 4, 2012: • Redshirt freshman defensive tackle Matt Ramondo has decided to transfer from Michigan State to New Mexico State, which is located in Romando’s hometown of Las … Continue reading →
That's the scenario laid out in at least one mock draft, with the argument being that Green's frontcourt versatility is exactly what the Thunder are missing Continue reading →