MSU's Kenny Goins Rides out the bounce on key 3-pointer Junior's clutch basket from long range decided to hang on the rim for added suspense.
Miles Bridges, Kenny Goins and Cassius Winston discuss victory over Hawkeyes.
I’m sitting there screaming at it trying to get it to go in,” forward Kenny Goins says of his 3-pointer in MSU's 96-93 win over Iowa Tuesday.
Odds are Goins shooting from long range wasn’t a priority on the scouting report.
Cassius Winston helped spark Michigan State’s late surge that allowed it to overcome an eight-point deficit.
“Yeah, it was just big on energy, my body language,” Winston said of the nearly nine minutes he sat on the bench in the second half.
Michigan State sophomore Miles Bridges took a knee from teammate Jaren Jackson Jr. to the back on a drive to the basket in the second half.
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