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Michigan State has one of the largest fan bases in the NCAA, so when Spartans basketball tickets go on sale they don't last very long at the box office. The Breslin Student Events Center is always rocking when the Spartans take the court, led by the school's imposing student section. Michigan State basketball tickets are the must-have possession of any die-hard Spartans basketball fan. Vivid Seats is your home for NCAA basketball tickets this season, featuring a seating chart for the Breslin Arena and the 2020-2021 Michigan State basketball schedule.
Join Sparty, the Spartan cheerleaders, and 16,000 MSU fans clad in green and white by making an order of MSU basketball tickets this season. The Spartans have been to the Final Four numerous times and won the Big Dance in 1979 and 2000. Your tickets are guaranteed by Vivid Seats to be delivered efficiently and offer you access to customer service via the web or telephone. Make this college basketball season a memorable one with Spartan basketball tickets from ticket broker Vivid Seats.
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The Spartans currently have two NCAA Final Four Championship titles under their green and white belt. They're always looking for number three. Should the Spartans enter postseason play, Vivid Seats will have NCAA Final Four Tickets ready for when Michigan State plays.
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Veteran Trio to Pace Experienced Spartans
With his top three scorers set to return to East Lansing this season, Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo will attempt to guide the Spartans to their seventh Final Four since he took over in 1995. The Spartans, who are coming off an appearance in the Sweet 16 last year, will have one of the nation’s top returning trios in Keith Appling, Gary Harris, and Adreian Payne. Appling, the team’s starting point guard, led the squad in scoring (13.4 points per game) and assists (3.3 assists per game) last year while oftentimes being called on to guard the opposing team’s top player. Shooting guard Gary Harris shined in his first collegiate season, scoring 12.9 points per game while also serving the role of the team’s top marksman from three-point land, connecting on over 41% of his attempts. The aptly named Payne was the enforcer of the team, and recorded 10.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game while protecting the rim for a defense that allowed just over 59 points per game.
With a veteran team—nine of the team’s 15 players are either juniors or seniors—led by a trio of stars and coached by one of the best strategists in the nation, the Spartans could be primed to hang another banner in the Breslin Center this season.