Jaden Akins is quickly becoming one of the Spartans’ most potent offensive threats.
Akins has averaged nearly 10 points per game this year for the Spartans, but has really taken his play to the next level in the last two games. Akins had 21 points in a narrow defeat at Iowa on Saturday and 17 points at Nebraska in a much-needed win on Tuesday night.
Akins combined with Tyson Walker and A.J. Hoggard makes a dangerous back court for the Spartans.
Click on the tweet below to see Graham Couch’s analysis on Akins’ recent strong play on the offensive end of the floor and what it means going forward for Michigan State:
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