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Four positives from the Spartans loss to Michigan

Poor perimeter defense, foul trouble and the lack of two major offensive rebounders led to the Michigan State men’s basketball team’s first conference loss of the season, Saturday night. MSU lost to archival Big Ten rival Michigan 80-75 at the Breslin Center. After a sensational first half, MSU broke down while defending the long ball and felt the absence of senior Adrean Payne...
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January 25, 2014  |  Discuss

MSU 78, Illinois 62: 5 takeaways from the Spartans’ victory

On their way to the best start in school history, the Michigan State Spartans — minus senior big man Adreian Payne — defeated Illinois 78-62, and handed the Fighting Illini their fourth consecutive loss. Also, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo surpassed Illinois’ Lou Henson with 215 all-time Big Ten victories — placing him fourth in wins in Big Ten history. Aside from outrebounding...
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January 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Gary Harris challenged to take over games for wounded Spartans

Michigan State sophomore Gary Harris has a message for all of those who think he's not playing his best basketball. You're right. "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...
Via Pro Sports Daily
January 17, 2014  |  Discuss

MSU Basketball: Spartans receive letters of intent from Bess & Nairn

Tom Izzo and the Michigan State basketball program received letters of intent from Javon Bess and Lourawls Nairn. Izzo on Javon Bess “Well I think the two things that happen in recruiting are, number one you get caught up in the rankings all the time and number two, there are guys who grow. The difference between being 16 and 17 and 18 sometimes are incredible – in your size...
Via isportsweb.com
November 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Michigan State star to miss 4-8 weeks

EAST LANSING — Michigan State standout sophomore shooting guard Gary Harris will be sidelined 4-8 weeks after injuring his right ankle in open gym on Friday. Michigan State basketball spokesman Matt Larson informed isportsweb of the injury on Friday, and added that the Spartans will begin practice in about four weeks with their first regular season game being about ten weeks away...
Via isportsweb.com
August 31, 2013  |  Discuss

MSU guard Gary Harris staying in school

Michigan State's hopes to contend for a Big Ten title next season got a boost Thursday when Gary Harris announced he's coming back for his sophomore season. "Playing in the NBA is definitely a goal of mine, and something that I've always dreamed of, but those dreams can wait for another day," Harris said in a statement released by the school. "I think...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
April 18, 2013  |  Discuss
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