The former Michigan State star and Flint native was picked No. 12 overall by the Los Angeles Clippers and immediately traded to the Charlotte Hornets, according to ESPN, in Thursday's NBA draft in New York.
by: George Stoia and Orion Sang, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 1h
Michigan State's Jaren Jackson Jr. reacts to being drafted by Memphis Grizzlies at the 2018 NBA draft
by: MLive.com — Yahoo Sports 11h
Only once before has Michigan State had two players selected among the top 15 picks in the draft: 1979, when Magic Johnson went No. 1 overall and Greg Kelser went No. 4.
by: Jack Kirwan — The State News 13h
Two former Spartan basketball players are expected to be chosen in the lottery of Thursday's 2018 NBA draft.
by: Crowley Sullivan — USA Today: Spartans Wire 21 Jun
Spartan duo prepares for the rough and tumble challenge of the next level… Contact @crowleysullivan Remember when really important Talky Guy said that Miles Bridges “has no game” …
by: N/A — NCAA: Michigan State Athletics 20 Jun
Michigan State sophomore men’s basketball player Miles Bridges and freshman Jaren Jackson Jr. participated in activities in and around Manhattan on Wednesday as part of Media Day before the 2018 NBA Draft.
by: Hugh Bernreuter | email@example.com — Michigan Live 20 Jun
For the second straight year, the left-hander from Saginaw Heritage was perfect in a minor-league all-star game.
by: Julie Mack | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 19 Jun
Crititicizing John Engler's "abhorrent behavior," more than 120 victims of Larry Nassar have signed a letter Tuesday urging the MSU Board of Trustees to replace the interim president.
by: Brandon Champion | email@example.com — Michigan Live 18 Jun
Zach Randolph, who just finished his 18th NBA season, starred at Michigan State as a freshman during the 2000-2001 season, averaging 10.8 points and 6.7 rebounds per game over 33 games.
by: Atlanta Hawks — Yahoo Sports 18 Jun
The Hawks hold the rights to the #3, #19, #30 and #34 picks in the upcoming June 21 NBA Draft. At Hawks.com, we'll be talking to some of the writers and bloggers who watched some of this year's key prospects most closely.