January 25th, 2017

For the second time in three games, Michigan State’s offense was a whole lot of Miles Bridges and not much else Tuesday against Purdue.Bridges scored 33 points — a career high and single-game record for an MSU freshman — and did so in a variety of ways. He was an efficient 12-for-17 from the field, including 5-for-8 from 3-point range, and while nobody else scored nine points or took more than seven shots, point guard Lourawls Nairn Jr. said it only made sense to feed the star freshman. “If he’s hot, we’re gonna keep going to him,” Nairn said.

Source: Spartan Tailgate