Why hello there, Miles Bridges.
Michigan State’s wunderkind freshman forward introduced himself to Spartans fans — and social media — in a big way Wednesday night, slamming home a one-handed, poster-worthy dunk during the first half of an exhibition with Saginaw Valley State.
With 5:09 left until halftime, the 6-foot-7 Bridges cut hard along the baseline, took a feed from guard Cassius Winston, palmed the rock in his right hand, and let gravity take care of the rest:
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Saginaw’s Richie Roberts is going to be hearing the sound of that rim shaking in his nightmares for a while, don’t ya think?
Bridges led all Spartans with 14 points at the half as the hosts took a 42-28 lead into the break. The 12th-ranked Spartans open regular-season play on Nov. 11 against No. 10 Arizona in the Armed Forces Classic.