Monthly Archives: March 2014

MSU basketball: A requiem for a season – and time – lost

“I never questioned where this team could be. I questioned whether we’d run out of time, and we still may.” – Tom Izzo on March 17, four days before MSU’s NCAA tournament opener Time expired Sunday for Michigan State, one … Continue reading

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Draymond Green making impact for surging Warriors

Tweet Draymond Green has drawn praise from teammates and coaches as he continues to provide a spark off the bench for the surging Golden State Warriors.

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Knicks sign Shannon Brown for remainder of season

Tweet Shannon Brown has found a home for the remainder of the season. The former Michigan State star was signed to a deal by the New York Knicks on Thursday, giving him stability for the rest of the season.

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MSU recruit Deyonta Davis helps Muskegon advance to Breslin Center

Tweet LANSING — Muskegon is headed to the Breslin Center and Michigan State 2015 recruit Deyonta Davis is a large reason why. Davis, who verbally committed to MSU in December, did as he’s done all season Tuesday night in leading … Continue reading

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Disappointing finish to add to drive for MSU recruit Lexi Gussert

Tweet EAST LANSING – Lexi Gussert couldn’t hold back the tears as she sat at the interview podium, and then again as she answered questions in a Breslin Center hallway. The Michigan State signee and the state’s Miss Basketball’s dream … Continue reading

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MSU women’s hoops recruit helps Forest Park reach Class D title game

Tweet EAST LANSING – Lexi Gussert spent more time on the bench than she had all season Thursday. The Michigan State women’s basketball recruit and the state’s Miss Basketball overcame being sidelined by foul trouble to help Crystal Falls Forest … Continue reading

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Former Spartan Jason Richardson suffers setback in recovery

Tweet Jason Richardson’s return from a knee injury recently was hit with a setback. The former Michigan State standout and Saginaw native was hoping to return to the court this month for the Philadelphia 76ers, but that might now no … Continue reading

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MSU women hoops: Spartans vs. Nebraska

Tweet Michigan State and Nebraska were the lone top seeds to survive on the second day of the Big Ten women’s basketball tournament. Here’s a look at their matchup this evening. No. 2 seed MSU (22-8) vs. No. 3 seed … Continue reading

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MSU women’s hoops: Slowing during surging Goree a key for Spartans against Michigan

Tweet INDIANAPOLIS –  It was meaningless basketball in the late stages of a game toward the end of last season when Cyesha Goree got a rare chance to play. That was just one instance of the 24 minutes total she … Continue reading

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Randolph trying to help Grizzlies reach playoffs

Tweet Zach Randolph has had double-doubles in five of his last six games as he’s tried to help the Memphis Grizzlies reach the playoffs in the deep and competitive Western Conference. Randolph was sidelined in Wednesday’s loss to Brooklyn because … Continue reading

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