Michigan State basketball expect to have Tyson Walker, Malik Hall ready for Arizona

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EAST LANSING – Michigan State basketball appears to be on track for a successful game against No. 3 Arizona as Thanksgiving approaches. Coach Tom Izzo expects injured players, Tyson Walker and Malik Hall, to be ready when the 19th-ranked Spartans face off against the Wildcats. Joining together for practice, the injured seniors seem confident about their ability to play on Thursday in Palm Desert, California.

Flu-like symptoms prevented Tyson Walker from playing in Sunday’s victory over Alcorn State. However, the leading scorer is prepared to lead the Spartans once again, with no significant impact on his level of stamina. Izzo praised Walker for consistency, not only in performance and conditioning but also as a defensive and offensive player.

While Hall has struggled with an ankle injury, his determination to contribute to the team is unwavering. Rebounds, in particular, are of special concern to the Spartans leading up to the match; Izzo’s team is looking to turn around an inconsistent record in this area.

Looking back at their record, the Spartans have faced off with Arizona’s common opponent, Duke, and also lost a few matches earlier in the season. With turbulence plaguing his team’s senior leadership and a tough road ahead, Izzo is urging his older players to step up, to take charge and ensure laser-focus during their upcoming matches.

The game between Michigan State and Arizona specifically is an exciting event, set to televise on Fox at 4 p.m. As their excitement mounts, we eagerly await the outcome of this promising confrontation.

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Join the Next Game to Witness the Challenge between Michigan State (3-2) versus Arizona (4-0) in the Acrisure Classic. Set your calendars for Thursday at 4 p.m. The game will be televised on Fox’s channel and you may listen on WJR-AM (760). Don’t miss this thrilling match happening soon at Acrisure Arena, Palm Springs, California.

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