2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/10W 98-66
- 11/141L 88-81
- 11/19W 93-71
- 11/23W 73-51
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- 1/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 1/19h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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- 1/26h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/28h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/31h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Michigan State's Tom Izzo says Spartans star Miles Bridges will be a game-time decision Friday against UConn in the PK80 Invitational after missing Thursday's win with a sprained ankle.Izzo said Bridges would be available if it were the NCAA tourname
Matt McQuaid hit six 3-pointers and scored a career-high 20 points, Jaren Jackson Jr. added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and No. 4 Michigan State, playing without preseason All-American Miles Bridges, shook DePaul in the second half for a 73-51 win...
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Tom Izzo just told me he doesn't expect Miles Bridges (sprained ankle) to play tomorrow against DePaul. Izzo put it at 30 percent chance.
The field is loaded: Duke, UNC, Michigan State, Gonzaga and more. There are two brackets with names like Bagley, Bridges and Bamba. We give you a full rundown (yes, 80 things!) to set up a March-like event in November.
The program's 17.0 turnovers per game should concern Tom Izzo following a season in which the team committed turnovers on more than 20 percent of its possessions.
Michigan State star Miles Bridges sprained his left ankle in the team's win over Stony Brook on Sunday, making him uncertain for the PK80 tournament this week.
Miles Bridges scored 20 points before limping off the court after appearing to injure his right ankle, casting a pall over No. 2 Michigan State as it beat Stony Brook 93-71 on Sunday night.
Michigan State forward Kenny Goins has a sprained left knee and is expected to miss a couple of weeks.
Sure, it was only one night. And it was only one night in November. But these four big-name teams -- Duke, Kansas, Michigan State and Kentucky -- offered glimpses into the future during the Champions Classic. Some look bright. Others should be concerned.
Here's who helped and hurt their draft stock the most, including Miles Bridges, Grayson Allen, Kevin Knox and Trevon Duval.
The sport has problems. One star-studded night won't cure what has happened or defend against what might be coming. But it gave everyone a break, if only for a moment, to remember why we love it.
With super recruit Marvin Bagley III sidelined for much of the game, top-ranked Duke held off No. 2 Michigan State behind Grayson Allen's 37 points.
The Champions Classic could potentially open the college basketball season next year instead of occurring a few days into it, sources tell ESPN. Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and MSU coach Tom Izzo, after Tuesday's game, say they're in favor of the move.
Rachel Marcus ESPN Editor
Michigan State's Miles Bridges on loss to Duke: "they out-toughed us today." The Spartans finished with 17 turnovers to Duke's 9.
Myron Medcalf ESPN Staff Writer
Doesn't matter where you played in high school or how many all-star games you were in, this is a giant stage. And Kentucky just looks tense and inexperienced more than anything right now. Wildcats have to relax or Kansas might win by 20-plus.
Grayson Allen -- Duke's lone senior -- scored a career-high 37 points, freshman Trevon Duval had 17 points and 10 assists, and the top-ranked Blue Devils beat No. 2 Michigan State 88-81 in the Champions Classic on Tuesday night.
Points Per Game86.352nd
Rebounds Per Game40.8Tied-66th
Assists Per Game21.0Tied-8th
|Championship Seasons||1979, 2000|