Michigan St Rumors & News

  • Why Miles Bridges dodged the NBA draft to stay at Michigan State

    Sporting News - NCAAB "The weeks Miles Bridges spent deciding whether to enter the 2017 NBA Draft were “more nerve-wracking than difficult,” because there never really was a decision to make. Bridges knew all along what he wanted: another year of college, another year of college basketball, another year with his..." July 27

  • Michigan State lands fast-rising 2018 SF Gabe Brown

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Michigan State's basketball team picked up a rising star Tuesday when four-star small forward Gabe Brown gave Tom Izzo his verbal commitment. Brown, who is No. 86 in ESPN's rankings for the 2018 class, was relatively unknown even after his junior year in high school, but has skyrocketed up the..." June 21

  • PK80 Invitational brackets announced; Duke, North Carolina, MSU headline field

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Brackets for the 2017 PK80 Invitational college basketball tournaments were announced Wednesday with plenty of intriguing possibilities set in place. The event, which will honor Nike co-founder Phil Knight for his upcoming 80th birthday, is a two-tournament spectacle that will take place in..." May 31

  • Michigan State jumps Kentucky and is now favored to win the 2018 NCAA Tournament

    CBS Sports "Michigan State is now the early favorite ahead of Kentucky to win the NCAA championship in 2018, according to the latest odds from the Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas. After opening up at 20/1 the Spartans are now now 7/1 to win the NCAA Tournament this season. Michigan State returns a..." May 12

  • Michigan State's Carter granted 6th year of eligibility

    Lansing State Journal "Ben Carter will get a chance to play for Michigan State after all. The NCAA granted the graduate transfer forward a sixth year of eligibility today after Carter suffered a knee injury that kept him out all of the 2016-17 season. “I honestly didn’t know if the waiver would be granted,” Carter..." May 09

  • Tom Izzo explains why Miles Bridges decided to return to Michigan State

    Fox Sports "The deadline to declare for the 2017 NBA Draft was Sunday night, and the biggest name who elected to return to school was unquestionably Michigan State’s Miles Bridges. Virtually every outlet pegged him as a lottery pick had he declared, but instead, the 6-foot-7 wing decided to return to college..." April 24

  • Jack Hoiberg, son of Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg, to walk on for Michigan State basketball

    Land of 10 "Jack Hoiberg, the son of Chicago Bulls head coach Fred Hoiberg, announced Saturday night that he has committed to play for Michigan State’s basketball team. Currently a senior at Chicago Hinsdale Central, Hoiberg will be a preferred walk-on in East Lansing. That means the Spartans don’t have..." April 17

  • Miles Bridges will return to Michigan State for sophomore season

    Michigan Live "The one-and-done is going for two. Long expected to spend only one year at Michigan State, star freshman Miles Bridges announced Thursday that he is officially bypassing the NBA Draft and returning for his sophomore season in East Lansing. And he brought the news to the people. On stage..." April 14

  • Miles Bridges 'leaning heavily' toward return to MSU

    Lansing State Journal "More signs are pointing toward Miles Bridges returning to Michigan State. Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski tweeted this afternoon that the Spartans’ freshman star has canceled meetings with NBA agents and is “leaning heavily toward returning” to MSU. Jeff Zillgitt, USA Today’s NBA beat..." April 13

  • Miles Bridges 'leaning heavily' toward returning to Michigan State

    Sporting News - NCAAB "Great news, Michigan State fans: star freshman Miles Bridges might put the NBA on hold for another year. Bridges has canceled his agent meetings and is "leaning heavily" toward returning to Michigan State for his sophomore year, according to The Vertical, . Despite being a lottery-pick..." April 12