2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
7-19, 7th in Am. East
Barnard skies for vicious alley-oop (0:17)
Livers 3-pointer pushes Michigan lead to 14 (0:15)
Brazdeikis draws a foul and hits layup (0:18)
Michigan's Poole connects with Livers on the fastbreak slam. (0:28)
Michigan's Livers finishes through contact (0:22)
Livers rises over defender for dunk (0:17)
Stewart drains contested 3-pointer to pull ahead (0:18)
Wilbon, Kornheiser call a basketball game for their alma maters (1:10)
Michigan State handles Binghamton (0:43)

Spartans hoops coach offers football tips

Tom Izzo was in a good mood after his Spartans held Binghamton to 16.7 percent shooting from the field (worst in a Division I game this season) and won 76-33. He also had advice for MSU's football team in tonight's Big Ten Championship.

Denzel Valentine Postgame Interview (1:01)
Tom Izzo Postgame Interview (0:46)

Costello spins by defender, slams it in

Michigan State's Matt Costello spins by his defender before dunking with authority. The Spartans are up by 37 with under 8:00 to go.


Michigan State starts, finishes half strong

The Spartans didn't waste any time scoring, as Denzel Valentine was dunking just three seconds into the game. They lead 41-12 at the half. Valentine had more points in the first half on his own (13) than Binghamton did as a team.


Is East Lansing the new lob city?

This lob to Matt Costello is one of a few Michigan State alley-oops against Binghamton. The No. 3 Spartans lead big late in the first half on ESPNU, WatchESPN.

Team Stats

Points Per Game63.9
Rebounds Per Game32.7
Assists Per Game9.4
Points Allowed71.4184th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record0-1
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances1