Found June 02, 2012 on Detroit Sports 360:
Branden Dawson’s athleticism and scoring ability were missed by the Michigan State Spartans in the NCAA Tournament. The young freshman star guard suffered an ACL injury early in March, forcing the former five-star recruit to be sidelined. Needless to say, Dawson could have contributed to the Spartans’ cause in the Sweet 16, possibly helping the [...]
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