Here's some good news if you're a Michigan State basketball fan, Joey Hauser will be returning for another green and white season.

I'm so happy to hear this because I think Joey Hauser is an excellent basketball player. Joey's 3-point shots are amazing to see on any college basketball court.

I remember the first time my wife and I watched Joey Hauser play and I do remember telling my wife Lori, that he was really good.

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Here's a breakdown of Joey Hauser, courtesy of the Lansing State Journal:

Hause, a 6-foot-9, 230-pound power forward, averaged 7.3 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.2 turnovers in 22.2 minutes this winter. Hauser shot 44.6% overall and 40.8% on 3-point attempts, making 86.2% of his free throws. He equaled a career high with 27 points against Davidson in the first round of the NCAA tournament, matching his production against Wisconsin on Christmas day 2020.

There are several former MSU basketball players who decided to enter the NCAA transfer portal for a shot at going pro, which is fine.

In the meantime, coach Tom Izzo is working overtime recruiting new basketball players for the next up and coming basketball season.

Several of our MSU seniors have moved on and it's time to make room for a more improved Michigan State basketball team. And one of those improvements will be keeping Joey Hauser on the team.

What did Joey Hauser have to say? This from LSJ:

"Doing my own thing at Michigan State, I think, has really helped me grow as a player and a person," Hauser said in early March. "And I definitely wouldn't trade it for anything. Coach Izzo has been in my corner the whole time, everyone on staff here and my teammates as well.

I'm so looking forward to the next Michigan State basketball season. I think we're all ready for a bigger and better season in 2022-23. GO GREEN!

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