February 15th, 2018

Following Michigan State’s narrow home win over Rutgers on Jan. 10, Langford was averaging 13.8 points on 48.5 percent shooting from the field and 46.9 percent from distance through 18 games. His scoring and 3-point shooting were up from his freshman season, and his shooting percentage from the field was just a touch lower. In the 10 games since, Langford has still averaged double figures (10.2 points per game), but his shooting numbers have plummeted to 36.7 percent overall and 27.3 percent from behind the

Source: Spartan Tailgate