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Current Sports | January 16, 2017

Jan 16, 2017
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MLK Day; NFL Playoffs; Dallas Cowboys-Green Bay Packers; Pittsburgh Steelers-Kansas City Chiefs; Social Media; Kelsi Horn; MSU Sports.


Tom Izzo photo
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Current Sports host Al Martin talks with MSU basketball coach Tom Izzo about where his team stands this season.


Tom Izzo wins Dean Smith award photo
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The Detroit Lions picked up a win over the Chicago Bears at home yesterday. Current Sports host Al Martin discusses the hand injury suffered by quarterback Matthew Stafford and a weekend update on MSU men’s basketball.


Chris Frey photo
Matthew Mitchell

The MSU football and men’s basketball teams were both involved in nail-biters over the weekend. One Spartan squad lost, while the other wiped its brow in victory. Current Sports host Al Martin helps us recap those barn-burners, as well as update us on the Detroit Lions win against Jacksonville.


Cookie Johnson has written a book about life with her husband, basketball legend Magic Johnson. Current State's Scott Pohl talks with her about “Believing in Magic.”


Tom Izzo and Draymond Green photo
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We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about MSU basketball coach Tom Izzo's induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame and the Detroit Lions season opening victory over the Colts.


Spartans Big Ten Champs
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Michigan State's men's basketball team won the Big Ten Conference tournament yesterday and earned a number two seed in the NCAA tournament. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about Spartan basketball.


Aerial Powers
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The MSU men’s basketball team wrapped up the regular season this weekend with a win over Ohio State. The MSU women made it to the finals of the Big Ten tournament before falling to Maryland. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about Spartan basketball.


Mark Hollis photo
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Michigan State Athletic Director Mark Hollis offers his take on what the post season may hold for men’s and women’s basketball and the impact of the ESPN lawsuit on MSU athletics.

Deyonta Davis photo
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The MSU men's basketball team beat Penn State yesterday, while the MSU women won a three-overtime matchup with Ohio State this weekend. We talk with WKAR's Current Sports host Al Martin.


Denzel Valentine photo
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The Spartan men’s basketball team battled the Big 10 leading Indiana Hoosiers on Sunday and pulled away in a big second half. Current State talks with WKAR’s Al Martin about MSU basketball.


Bryn Forbes photo
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A busy sports weekend saw the Denver Broncos beat the Carolina Panthers in the Super Bowl, while MSU men's basketball shot the lights out at the Crisler Center. We talk with Current Sports host Al Martin about the Spartans’ big guns.


Mark Dantonio photo
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MSU football survived a scare but paid the price in the polls this week. Meanwhile, men’s basketball landed a major recruit. Current State talks with WKAR's Al Martin about Spartan sports.

Branden Dawson photo
Matthew Mitchell / MSU Athletic Communications

The NBA draft was held last week. Former Spartans Branden Dawson and Travis Trice now hope to make pro teams.


Current Sports #482 | May 28, 2015

May 28, 2015

On this Thursday's edition of Current Sports, Al and Isaac kick it off with their long-awaited discussion of whether or not the three point has harmed basketball. They also relate this to the Rockets-Warriors series and preview the NBA Finals. Then, Al and Isaac talk about the strange story of a former MSU basketball player who just went on an unexpected and unprovoked Twitter rant. Next, Al reminisces with this edition of 'Throwback Thursday'. Finally, the show closes with a discussion of Jim Harbaugh's most recent comments on MSU.  


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