Michigan State’s Jaren Jackson Jr Made the Right Call
Michigan and Michigan State had a pretty good first round in the NBA draft. Jaren Jackson Jr, who only had to play one year as a Spartan to wow the scouts, went number 4 overall, to play for the Memphis Grizzlies. Obviously, he made the right decision to go to the NBA. According to MLive.com, the last time a Spartan went in the top four of the NBA draft was...anybody?...anybody? YES! Magic Johnson, who was the Number 1 pick by the Lakers in 1979. (Michigan State's Greg Kesler went #4 that year)
According to the Sporting News, Miles Bridges will be playing for the Charlotte Hornets after he went at #12 to the L.A. Clippers and then got traded to the Hornets.
Michigan's Mo Wagner was pick number 25 overall, going to the L.A. Lakers.
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