GARY HARRIS RUMORS & GOSSIP
Gary Harris bid farewell to the Michigan State Spartans during a press conference Tuesday, at which he confirmed that he would skip his final two college seasons to enter the 2014 NBA Draft.
“It’s like a weight’s off my shoulders, honestly,” Harris said. “I made my decision, I’m happy with the decision I’ve made, and I’m looking forward to get ready for the next step.”
Gary Harris is going pro, thanks in part to coach Tom Izzo's recommendation.
The Michigan State shooting guard is entering the NBA draft, choosing to skip his last two years of college.
"It's time to follow my dream," Harris said in a statement released by the school.
Izzo told reporters after the season that he would advise Harris to make the jump to the league...
Tom Izzo more or less talked about Gary Harris in recent weeks like the guard’s departure for the 2014 NBA Draft was merely a matter of time. Harris may be ready to make that leap official, according to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman:
Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris is going to the NBA, sources told ESPN. Official announcement expected soon.
— Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) April 14...
CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish is reporting that Michigan State guard Gary Harris will enter this year’s NBA Draft.
“He’s going to go,” one source said. “And he probably should.”
Harris averaged 16.7 points and 4.0 rebounds while leading the Spartans to the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament. The 6-foot-4 guard is a projected lottery pick and could easily go in the top...
Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris was the Spartans leading scorer this season and often times the best player on the floor, so it’s no surprise that CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish is reporting that he’ll enter this year’s NBA Draft.
Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris will, barring a surprising change of plans, eventually announce that he’s entering the 2014 NBA Draft, sources...
So is everyone officially on board yet?
If not, there might still be some room to squeeze you on if you’re interested. But act now, because spots are filling up fast. You don’t want to be forced to walk along beside it.
Do you know what I’m talking about yet?
Here, I’ll give you some hints: ESPN is driving it, and Barack Obama is riding shot gun.
Yes, what I am speaking...
Remember the 2014 Rose Bowl Champion Michigan State football team’s post game locker room celebrations that became increasingly more popular as the season went on?
Well following their 69-55 victory over in-state rival Michigan on Sunday to take the 2014 Big Ten tournament championship, the 2014 MSU Basketball is trying their hands at their own version of a celebration.
A better ending to the Big Ten Championship Tournament could not have been scripted.
One of the most bitter rivalries in college basketball and a wildly entertaining spectacle whenever the two schools meet: Michigan State and Michigan.
The storyline heading into Sunday’s title game is a little different than what most Spartan fans are used to when prepping for a showdown with their...
MSU basketball: 2014 banquet award winners include Harris, ValentineSophomore guard Gary Harris was named Most Valuable Player at the 2014 Men’s Basketball Awards Banquet tonight by both his teammates and the media.
Denzel Valentine won several awards including the Unsung Player Award, the Most Improved Player Award, the Stephen G. Scofes Inspirational Player Award and the Jumping...
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Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris has a message for all of those who think he's not playing his best basketball.
"I'm just self-evaluating myself, and I'm not playing the way I know I can play,'' said Harris, the Big Ten's Preseason Player of the Year. "I'm not making enough shots, I'm missing shots I normally make...