DETROIT — Miles Bridges’ eyes remained swollen with emotions 30 minutes after the final horn had sounded on Michigan State’s stunning 55-53 loss to Syracuse on Sunday at Little Caesars Arena. Gone were the national title hopes of a team picked in the preseason to be a top contender, a team that won the Big Ten regular season championship and had only tasted defeat four times previously this season.
He knew what was on everyone’s mind, and the sophomore forward who put the NBA on hold last April to return for another season in East Lansing was ready with his answer.
What’s next for you?
“That’s the last thing I’m thinking about, honestly,” Bridges said.
It was the same sentiment expressed by sophomore forward Nick Ward and freshman forward Jaren Jackson Jr., two other players who have a decision to make soon about whether they will turn pro or be back with the Spartans next season.
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