My Chicago Pre-Draft All-Tournament Team

The Chicago pre-draft camp was the final opportunity for the NBA scouts to see many of the top draft-eligible players in action. There is not an official All-Tournament team, but that did not stop me from making a case for the top players in the Windy City. Alan Anderson earned my choice as the camp MVP. He was the leading scorers with 53 points in the three games and scored 24 points in his first game. Emmett made a 15 field goals in 27 attempts and was 23 of 27 from the line.
June 13, 2005

Chicago Pre-Draft Camp Leading Scorers

The Chicago pre-draft camp did not produce an apparent standout, but several players are hoping that they helped their draft status. Alan Anderson of Michigan State was the leading scorer as he averaged 17.3 points per game, including a 24-point performances in the Chicago opener . Twenty three players (up from 17 last season) reached double figures, which is pretty good considering most players played only 20 minutes per game. The following is a look at the top Chicago scorers.
June 13, 2005

Team Four edges Team Five 73-71 in Chicago action

Team Four finished the Chicago pre-draft camp with a 73-71 win over Team Five in the final day of action.
June 11, 2005

Team Four Defeats Team Three 80-73

Alan Anderson of Michigan State scored a camp-high 24 points to pace Team Four to a 80-73 win over Team Three in the final game of the evening at the Chicago pre-draft camp held at Moody Bible Insititute. Unlike the first two contests that saw 20-points lead, no tema led this contest by more than nine.
June 9, 2005

Anderson, Davis, UNC Press Conference Transcript

"I don't think we're really going to have the full effect until we take off tomorrow night and arrive in St. Louis. The environment should be special. It's incredible on campus right now, so I can only imagine what it's going to be like in St. Louis. " -- Alan Anderson who shared a press conference interview with <B>Paul Davis</b> shown boarding MSU's flight to St. Louis.
March 31, 2005

Spartan Seniors achieve greatness that eluded them

Failures no more, underachievers no more. All the negativity has been wiped clean, the old tapes smashed and the bad feelings erased. <P> The 2005 <A HREF=http://michiganstate.Scout.com>Michigan State</A> University senior class will go down as one of the greatest teams in school history.
March 28, 2005

Seniors happy to win TOUGH opening tourney game

Michigan State felt that old creeping feeling as the Old Dominion Monarchs hung around with less than four minutes left in the game, but this time, the experience gained from close losses appeared to spur the Spartans on to the win. MSU went to work defensively, shutting down ODU at the end, pleasing head coach <B>Tom Izzo</B> and senior forward <b>Alan Anderson</b>.
March 19, 2005

Doug Warren's 2005 All Big Ten Team

Did any Spartan's make the cut? Take a look at the 1st and 2nd team selections from SpartansInsider.com beatwriter Doug Warren, along with Doug's picks for Big Ten Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year and Coach of the Year when you <I>Get Inside</I>.
March 7, 2005