Who doesn't love Michigan State basketball? Sure that's a loaded question, but we're here in Spartan country and I see nothing but Green and White all over the place.

Did you get a chance to watch Spartan basketball on Friday night against Wisconsin? All I can say is much more hustle on the basketball court and they dominated the boards at both ends.

Right now the MSU basketball team has an impressive 6-1 conference record. And did you notice not as many turnovers during the MSU/Wisconsin game?

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According to the Lansing State Journal:

We're still learning a lot about this MSU basketball team. I don't think you can trust the Spartans yet in all avenues. Heck, they just lost at home to Northwestern six days ago and needed a last-second bucket to beat Minnesota at Breslin a few days earlier. But I think you can trust that they aren't fazed by intimidating atmospheres. That's pretty clear at this point. That's one of several reasons the Spartans are again an intriguing squad in the Big Ten.

That's so true. When things are going the MSU way on the basketball court, the MSU Spartans are unstoppable.

Even the point guards were playing much better on Friday night with less turnovers and more chances at scoring baskets throughout the game.

I think we have a very good team this year with incredible talent. In fact, A.J. Hoggard really stepped his game up and played a much better half of basketball on Friday night.

Even MSU's Malik Hall comes up with key rebounds and great shots from the paint to help seal the deal on the basketball court.

Over the last 25 years, Michigan State has celebrated many Big Ten championships and Final Fours. We're not finished yet, GO GREEN, GO WHITE!

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