2020-2021 MBB Season
The freshman struggled with his shot, yet also showed some promising aspects of his game.
Even if he is still raw, the freshman from Mali proved he belongs with the Spartans.
The sophomore didn’t make a big leap, but continues to provide steady play on both ends of the court.
The guard had a tough junior season in East Lansing, and has now entered his name in the transfer portal.
Let’s dig a little deeper into the numbers of the NCAA Tournament to better understand the greatness that is Michigan State’s Tom Izzo.
The emotional junior battled COVID-19 and inconsistency, yet still raised his game to another level this past season.
The sophomore forward showed great promise offensively, but defensively it was another story.
The junior forward continued to do plenty of things well, yet struggled to really take the next step in his development.
After battling serious foot injuries for almost two years, Josh Langford finally found his way back on the court.
The tall and lengthy junior improved tremendously and looks to make an even bigger impact going forward.
After a season full of struggles and position changes, Watts has decided to transfer out of Michigan State.
After a strong start the Marquette transfer couldn’t live up to lofty expectations for him.
Notes and Quotes: Tom Izzo says, “We just didn’t execute as well as we should have down the stretch”
Following the heart-breaking First Four loss to UCLA, Tom Izzo and Josh Langford talked to the media about what went wrong as the Spartans’ season came to an early conclusion
The Spartans make an early exit from the 2021 NCAA Tournament.
Need a little help filling out your bracket? In part two of this series, I break down the full bracket and apply a little math to find those pesky upsets, dark horses, and the eventual champion.
Are you ready to dominate your office pool? The first step is understanding how many upsets picks to make...and why.
Following the release of the NCAA Tournament bracket on Sunday night, Coach Izzo, Josh Langford, and Aaron Henry spoke to the media about the opportunities ahead, king-sized beds, practice at the YMCA and what Izzo thinks of the NET.
For the 23rd consecutive year, MSU is in the Big Dance
With the NCAA Tournament bracket release in less than 48 hours, Michigan State is a bit closer to the bubble than we would like. Let’s explore where MSU is likely to land and the remaining threats to MSU’s position.