Every year in November, the four teams gather in an NBA arena. It showcases three of the sports’ bluebloods, and one program trying to crash the party. For most of his 23 years as MSU’s head man, Izzo has coached as if he’s trying to bust open a door. His best teams play like it, too. This season, his roster looks less like a chippy upstart and more like college royalty. He’s got three McDonald’s All-Americans, including two likely lottery picks if Miles Bridges and Jaren Jackson Jr. choose to enter the NBA draft next spring.
Source: Detroit Free Press