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Miles Bridges and Denzel Valentine hook up for alley-oop slam

Denzel Valentine and Miles Bridges hooked for a highlight-reel slam.

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Denzel Valentine & Miles Bridges linked up at Moneyball - 247
Former Michigan State standout guard Denzel Valentine and current Spartans sophomore forward Miles Bridges hooked up for a nice dunk at Moneyball:

A thing of beauty.

Date set for 15th annual Meet the Spartans - 247
Michigan State announced that the 15th annual Meet the Spartans will be held Wednesday, Aug. 23 at Spartan Stadium. Fans will have the chance to meet the players and Dantonio and receive autographs.

Big Ten Football Media Day: Dantonio Press Conference - Michigan State Athletics
Michigan State football participated in the annual Big Ten Football Media Days on Monday. The following is a transcript from Mark Dantonio's press conference.

Couch: Gerald Holmes is driving the healing of MSU's locker room - DFP
Holmes now is exactly what MSU needed last season: A vocal leader. The absence of communication amid a 3-9 season in an easily divisive climate can be a miserable experience.

Love for running led Marsh to success, Hall of Fame - LSJ
“One of the coolest things I’ve ever done was put on my MSU uniform for the first time,” said Marsh. “I can still remember that feeling, I realized I was living my dream.”

Michigan, Michigan State blanked on Big Ten players to watch list |
When it came to the Big Ten's annual preseason players to watch lists, Michigan and Michigan State were both blanked.

US buildings, NFL stadium check panels amid fears of fire
In promotional brochures, a U.S. company boasted of the “stunning visual effect” its shimmering aluminum panels created in an NFL stadium, an Alaskan high school and a luxury hotel along Baltimore’s Inner Harbor that “soars 33 stories into the air.” Those same panels also were used in the Grenfell Tower apartment building in London. British authorities say they’re investigating whether the panels helped spread the blaze that ripped across the building’s outer walls, killing at least 80 people.

Every NFL Team's Biggest Reason for Optimism Heading into Training Camp
It's July, which is Optimism Month in the National Football League. Every free-agent signing has a chance to pan out, every draft pick has an opportunity to succeed and every roster is healthier now than ever...

Five Takeaways from the Under Armour All-America Camp | CollegeBasketballTalk
The Under Armour All-America Camp featured a number of high-level performances. The upside of Class of 2018 center and potential UK target Moses Brown is scary.

Top prospects show out at Hardwood Classic - 247
College coaches made their way out to Lawrence, Kan., this weekend to evaluate some of the nation's top talent.

A Q&A with Charlotte Wilder of SB Nation on her climb up the journalism ladder and writing about the “fringes of sports.”
30 Letter is running a Q&A with a reporter to talk about what’s right and wrong with journalism, their interests and random other stuff. Some are friends. Some are just people whose work we really respect. Some cover sports. Some don’t. Hopefully all will be interesting. This week, it’s with Charlotte Wilder.

Adobe will finally kill Flash in 2020 - The Verge
Adobe is finally planning to kill off Flash once and for all. Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Safari have all been blocking Flash over the past year, but Adobe is now planning to remove support for it fully by the end of 2020.

We have unrealistic expectations of a tech-driven future utopia - Recode
It’s time to talk about the potential value of limits on technology.

Wonder Woman sequel out December 2019 - Polygon
A Wonder Woman sequel is coming, but it’ll be a little bit.

At last, UNC has its date with the NCAA Committee on Infractions | News & Observer
UNC officials, including coaches Roy Williams, now know when they’re due to appear before the NCAA Committee on Infractions. Between 1993 and 2011, UNC athletes enrolled in disproportionate numbers in the bogus African Studies classes. The most serious charges UNC faces is that of lack of institutional control and failure to monitor.