2. Tre Holloman's growth has been huge
There haven't been many things as impressive as the growth of Tre Holloman. The sophomore guard was expected to be the odd-man out of the backcourt rotation this season and he's been anything but that.
In fact, Holloman has arguably been the most consistent guard on the team this season not named Tyson Walker and he had probably his best game yet, scoring 11 points with an assist, two steals, and two rebounds. He struggled a bit with foul trouble as he finished with four, but he was strong all game long and was a threat off the bench which is what the Spartans need.
Holloman continues to be strong coming off the bench and he's earning himself more minutes each time out. He was 4-for-5 from the field and 2-for-3 from deep. He's been that consistent shooter from long range this season and he continued that on Saturday.
Michigan State has itself another impressive backcourt piece.