Both Summers and Allen has enjoyed playing in the free-flowing, up-and-down contest at the Hill and teaming up with his new teammates to get a feel for what they bring to the table.
"Its just different you have to work harder. You have to be on top of your game at every second.," Allen told WILX.
"Just from playing in a couple of these games, I've gotten a chance to play with Durrell and I.D. (Idong Ibok) and to figure out there game and how they play."
Allen, Summers and Ibok are all expected to be key contributors to the MSU basketball squad's effort to get to the Final Four this fall.
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