Oct. 28, 2007
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State men's basketball team held its Green-White scrimmage on Sunday afternoon at the Breslin Center. The Spartan fans in attendance were treated to a high scoring affair, as Green defeated White, 103-93. The final score, however, was largely irrelevant as nine players saw action for both sides as team lineups changed for each of the four quarters.
Freshman Kalin Lucas led all scorers with 29 points on 13-of-16 shooting. Senior Drew Neitzel scored 23 points and added 12 assists, committing just two turnovers. Junior Goran Suton scored 24 points and led all players with 13 rebounds, as senior Drew Naymick also posted a double-double with 15 points and 12 boards. Sophomore Raymar Morgan scored 24 points and freshman Chris Allen added 21.
Each squad scored 20 points during the first 10-minute quarter. Suton and Morgan each scored six points for Green. Neitzel scored just two points, but contributed four assists. Lucas scored five points for White, while Naymick and Isaiah Dahlman each scored four.
In the second quarter, Morgan scored 10 points to give White a 23-20 advantage for the quarter. Allen added five points to aid Morgan. For Green, Suton led the attack with eight points, while Neitzel added five and three assists.
Freshmen Allen and Lucas scored eight points each in the third quarter to lead Green to a 38-22 advantage over White. Dahlman and junior Marquise Gray each added seven points for Green. On White, Neitzel hit three 3-pointers for nine points in the quarter.
In the final period, Lucas scored 12 points to lead White to a 28-25 period win over Green. Allen added six and junior Idong Ibok scored five. Gray led Green with eight points, while Neitzel added seven and Suton recorded six points and five rebounds.
In total, both teams combined for 196 points in a 40-minute scrimmage. The two squads shot a combined 55.8 percent from the field.