Michigan State Basketball Gets Help From Almost Everyone With a 73-55 Win

EAST LANSING – Version 1.0 of Michigan State Basketball’s watered down roster showed a lot of hope.

Sometimes a strong bounce. Sometimes accuracy is outside of photography. Mix and match formations. Jaden Akins returns. Contributions from new students.

It all led to a 73-55 season opener win over Northern Arizona on Monday night at the Priceline Center.

Great striker Joey Hauser led the Spartans with 18 points and 10 rebounds after receiving only twice last season. Even late in the downtime, MSU coach Tom Izu went deep 10, scoring both of those players and off the bench on the Lumberjacks, 31-5. MSU also had an advantage of 36-14 in paint points.

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AJ Hoggard scored nine points and eight assists even though he had an error problem. Nine of the regular rotation players got between four and six points. The Spartans outscored the NAU, 46-35, with number one Jackson Koehler grabbing nine points with his six on his MSU debut. Malik Hall scored seven rebounds with five points, while junior Madi Sissoko added six boards.

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