Men's Basketball freep.com —  It looked impossibly high when he threw it, and if it weren’t for the heavenly athleticism of its intended recipient, the pass would’ve sailed harmlessly out of bounds. Michigan State’s Tum Tum Nairn knew better. He’d gotten the ball on the break and had sped down the court when he spotted Miles Bridges trailing to his left. He flicked the ball underhanded, a parabolic lob, and as the ball rose so did the crowd in the bleachers at the Moneyball Pro-Am in Dimondale.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  A collection of former Spartans will start their run at a $2 million prize tonight in Chicago. The team named "Spartan Heroes" will face Ohio United in the first round of The Basketball Tournament -- a single-elimination, 64-team event entering its third year of play.
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Men's Basketball video.wkar.org —  Al's guest is MSU men’s basketball player Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn Jr. Nairn joins Al to discuss the struggle of overcoming an injury, summary of the Moneyball Summer Pro-Am Basketball League, his goals for next season and more.
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Men's Basketball nba.com —  The San Antonio Spurs today announced that they have signed guard Bryn Forbes. Per club policy, terms of the contract were not announced.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  The schedule for the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament was released Wednesday. Beginning Nov. 23, the Thanksgiving holiday tournament features NCAA powers Michigan State and Louisville, along with Baylor, Wichita State, VCU, LSU and Old Dominion.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Welcome to The Miles Bridges Show. Having played five games over the last three weeks -- and with as many as seven more games scheduled between Thursday and Aug. 4 -- Bridges is currently cementing his celebrity status at the Moneyball Pro-Am league. In outings that amount to friendly exhibitions utterly devoid of defense, the 6-foot-7 forward is putting on nightly performances that are laying the groundwork for what could be an enormously impressive freshman season -- perhaps his only as a college player.
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Men's Basketball theonlycolors.com —  Denzel Valentine may be a rookie, but he's already playing like a veteran in the NBA Summer League. After being the 14th pick in the 2016 NBA Draft, Valentine is already proving his worth in the summer league. His Saturday debut wasn't great shooting-wise, going just 4-for-16 from the field and 0-for-9 from 3-point range in a 71-62 victory over the Celtics.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  The last month or so hasn't gone quite as planned for one-and-done Michigan State Spartans big man Deyonta Davis. Heading into draft night thinking he might be a lottery pick, Davis fell all the way to the top of the second round. And then, instead of debuting for the Memphis Grizzlies in NBA Summer League action this past weekend, Davis was forced to sit out after developing plantar fasciitis in his left foot. But it hasn't been all bad news for the 6-foot-11, 237-pound Davis.
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Men's Basketball impact89fm.org —  Schilling’s raw talent has been apparent throughout his Spartan career. Anyone following the team could see the flashes of pure athleticism that made fans hopeful for his future. But after three years, his raw talent has still remained raw.
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Men's Basketball sports.yahoo.com —  Memphis Grizzlies rookie Deyonta Davis – the No. 31 pick in the 2016 NBA draft – has agreed to a three-year, $4 million deal, marking the richest guaranteed salary for an American-born second-round pick, league sources told The Vertical. Davis’ deal exceeds the guaranteed slotted salary of the 16th pick in the draft. Davis left Michigan State as a freshman, and his three-year deal allows him to reach free agency entering his fourth season.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Cassius Winston is heading to Houston to chase a chance to represent the United States in international play, while Miles Bridges has bowed out. Winston is one of 17 finalists for the 2016 USA Men's U18 National Team, USA Basketball announced on Friday. The Michigan State freshman point guard will now participate team training from July 11-15 in Houston. Following the camp, a 12-man roster will be chosen for the FIBA Americas U18 Championship in Valdivia, Chile, on July 19-23.
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  Spartan Tailgate takes another look at how a few Spartans are doing in NBA Summer League action and looks ahead to the debuts of Denzel Valentine and Matt Costello. First, a weird day for a former MSU center.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Fans are packing the Moneyball Pro-am basketball tournament this summer -- more than in several years. And it’s easy to see why. For one, Michigan basketball players are in the mix now, playing alongside Michigan State players. For another: Miles Bridges.
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  he Michigan State senior was still dripping sweat. Twenty minutes after posting 14 points and five rebounds in a losing effort, he looked like he was wiping his brow from a Big Ten battle. It feels good to be back. "I feel lean and I feel like I've got that explosion back and I've got my bounce back," Schilling said.
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Men's Basketball m.cantonrep.com —  Morgan last appeared in the NBA Summer League in 2010 with Washington. He played this past season in Germany for Ratiopharm Ulm, averaging 14.8 points on 54.5 percent shooting from the floor and 6.6 rebounds.
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Men's Basketball todaysu.com —  Yes, we should first acknowledge that Michigan State also landed a handful of other top-tier recruits. Josh Langford has as much of a chance to be a star as Bridges, but the small forward’s star is the type that can shine the quickest.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Bird, now serving as Indiana Pacers president of basketball operations, was grilled with questions about today's basketball players compared to when he played in the Q&A, and was asked if he thought there were better all-around players before the current era of the NBA. "I don't know," Bird responded. "There's some guys I really like to watch play. Draymond Green is fun to watch. All of those (Michigan) State guys are because they defend, and they play, they play together -- that's how I like the game to be played. Move the ball, cut, pass; if you do the right things, you'll get it right back."
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Men's Basketball michiganstate.247sports.com —  The summer observation period for college basketball coaches began Wednesday and will run for the next three weeks. Helping to kick off this busy time in the recruiting cycle was the Peach Jam in North Augusta, S.C., and Michigan State basketball head coach Tom Izzo was among those in attendance Wednesday.
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Men's Basketball isportsweb.com —  Smooth. Smooth is the one word I would choose to describe incoming Michigan State Spartan Joshua Langford’s game. In the first day of Moneyball action last week, Miles Bridges and Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn were two players who stood out. Langford, a 6-foot-5 combo guard from Alabama, was no push over either and was even on the winning side of the game between the Green team, which had Bridges and Nairn on it, and his team 101-96.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Memphis Grizzlies rookie center Deyonta Davis has plantar fasciitis in his left foot and is expected to miss the team’s first three summer league games in Las Vegas. The Grizzlies announced Davis’ injury Wednesday. They said Davis hurt his foot while participating in individual workouts in Memphis.
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