MSU Basketball

Current Sports #427 | March 5, 2015

Mar 5, 2015

  The Michigan State men's basketball team came up big last night against Purdue! It was also "Senior Night," as Branden Dawson, Travis Trice, and Keenan Wetzel said goodbye to the Breslin Center.  Al recaps the game and discusses the  surprising arrest of MSU wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. Later, Chris Hauler, from MLIVE.com, takes listeners into the mind of Lansing Everett's Trevor Manuel and previews high school basketball around the area. To close, Al touches on the Detroit Pistons and 'Throwback Thursday.'


Current Sports #424 | March 2, 2015

Mar 2, 2015

  Michigan State basketball had a tipsy-turvy weekend and now need some crucial wins down the Big Ten stretch for an NCAA tournament bid. Al invites Graham Couch, sports columnist of the Lansing State Journal to break down what happened in Madison, Wisconsin and give an outlook for the rest of the season. Later, Al and Alex debate Ndamukong Suh and the NBA MVP. To close, Al chats with Kirk Cousins and gives his 'Weekend Winners.'


Current Sports #419 | February 23, 2015

Feb 23, 2015

Al opens the show recapping a big win over the University of Illinois for Michigan State men's basketball. Later, he recaps the women's basketball team and the Detroit Pistons. To close, Al and Alex preview the Mayweather and Pacquiao fight and give their weekend winners.


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MSU men’s basketball turned a glaring weakness to an impressive strength last night in Champaign, Illinois, beating the Illini 60 to 53, and avenging a loss at the Breslin Center.

 Current State talks to to Detroit Free Press writer Joe Rexrode about the Spartan's victory.  

Current Sports #416 | February 18, 2015

Feb 18, 2015

Michigan State brought it to the Wolverines last night, as Al recaps the game and plays some post-game coverage that summarizes the night for the Spartans. Later, Lansing Eastern high school Sports Hall of Fame member Sue Mills discusses the committee and some of the inductees. To close, Al and Alex debate on when one can forgive an athlete and the Detroit Tigers.


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