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Indy star Scruggs: No pressure to stay home

INDIANAPOLIS – Paul Scruggs is one of the top three high school players in Indiana. He is a star guard at Southport High, and he is at the top of the wish list for Tom Crean’s Indiana Hoosiers. 370 more words

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Performance Review: Deyonta Davis

Impact Izzone will be handing out performance reviews for each Spartan in the following weeks. The series will start with the freshmen and move up the classes. 1,182 more words

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Where will Josh Jackson go? Analysts make their predictions

Josh Jackson, the nation’s top uncommitted basketball recruit, says he plans to announce where he’s heading to college on Monday.

Jackson, an American Family Insurance ALL-USA Boys Basketball First Team, plays for Prolific Prep (Napa, Calif.) but wants to tell his family and friends first so he will be in Michigan. 708 more words

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Michigan State Coach Tom Izzo elected to Basketball Hall of Fame

Michigan State Basketball coach Tom Izzo has a new achievement to add to a long, long list of them. (clickondetroit.com)

The Spartans coach was named to the… 127 more words

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McDonald's co-MVP Josh Jackson to bypass the Jordan Brand Classic

McDonald’s All-American West guard Frank Jackson (3) and forward Josh Jackson (1) win the John Wooden Award as co MVP’s after the McDonald’s High School All-American Game at the United Center. 335 more words

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It’s been a rough six years for us Lakers fans. Since the Lake Show won it’s last title in 2010 LA has been ground zero for Murphy’s law in full effect. 1,171 more words

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Don’t overlook Michigan State basketball recruit Joshua Langford

CHICAGO – Don’t forget about the other Josh.

Though, to be clear, he prefers Joshua. That’s 2016 Michigan State signee Joshua Langford, who — along with the other 22 players who took part in Wednesday’s McDonald’s All-American game at United Center — has been overshadowed this week by the pending decision of 2016 MSU target Josh Jackson. 395 more words

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