Moneyball Professional-Am ideas off Thursday; see rosters, schedule


After almost three years away, the Moneyball Professional-Am is about to return to the Lansing space.

The favored summer season basketball league will tip off on Thursday evenint after taking off 2020 and 2021 as a result of COVID-19.

When it returns, it would accomplish that in a brand new venue: Holt Excessive College, after earlier location Goal Excessive Sports activities closed in 2019.

However it would nonetheless characteristic high-scoring basketball with gamers from Michigan State and past. And it’ll nonetheless be free for followers to take care of get a primary glimpse of the Spartans basketball roster in 2022-23.

Each scholarship Michigan State participant for 2-22-23 is listed on one of many league’s six rosters, which had been launched this week together with a schedule. That features the group’s three incoming freshmen: level guard Tre Holloman, ahead Jaxon Kohler and ahead Carson Cooper, who all arrived on campus this month.

These gamers are break up up two per group, per NCAA guidelines.

The remainder of the rosters are made up of present and former gamers from principally Michigan faculties, together with 12 present gamers from Central Michigan. Additionally featured on a roster is Kay Felder, the previous Oakland standout who performed two seasons within the NBA from 2016-18 and has performed abroad since and has been a Moneyball common. Former Kalamazoo Central and Dayton participant Devin Oliver can also be a present abroad professional set to play within the league.

Rosters are topic to vary all through the season, and notable former Spartans gamers within the NBA like Miles Bridges and Draymond Inexperienced have stopped by for cameo appearances in earlier years.


Video games begin on Thursday, June 23and will run each Tuesday and Thursday by way of Aug. 4 except July 5 and July 7, when the league will take a vacation break.

Video games on Thursday will likely be held at 5 p.m. (Nano Magic vs. Faygo), 6 p.m. (T-Cellular vs. 5-star Zone) and seven p.m. (Ozone’s Brewhouse vs. Recreation Cuffs). Video games on the remainder of the dates will happen at 6 p.m., 7 p.m. and eight p.m. The final week of the pro-am, Aug. 2-4, will characteristic the league playoffs.


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Joey Hauser (Michigan State)

Tre Holloman (Michigan State)

Brian Taylor (Central Michigan)

Nico Pavrette (Central Michigan)

Devin Oliver (Dayton ‘14)

Kay Felder (Oakland ‘16)

Eric Evans (Duquesne ‘12)

Tanner Blyly (Kalamazoo Faculty ‘20)

Joshua Mann (Neighborhood Faculty of Rhode Island ‘19)

Shane Scruggs (Schoolcraft Faculty)

Drew Lowder (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty)

Diante Smith (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty ‘19)

Crew Faygo

AJ Hoggard (Michigan State)

Mady Sissoko (Michigan State)

Max Majerle (Central Michigan)

Carrington McCaskill (Central Michigan)

Jacob Wallace (Toledo)

David Ferguson (Heidelberg)

Latin Davis (Wayne State ‘19)

Julian Dozier (Georgia Highlands)

Jaylin Fox (Kalamazoo Valley Neighborhood Faculty)

Myles Johnson (Kalamazoo Valley Neighborhood Faculty)

Jamyrin Jackson (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty ‘19)

Jaylen Hayes (Oakland ‘18)

Crew Ozone’s Brewhouse

Jason Kohler (Michigan State)

Tyson Walker (Michigan State)

Reggie Bass (Central Michigan)

Miroslav Stafl (Central Michigan)

Derrick Nelson (Oakland ‘10)

Carlton Brundige (Detroit Mercy ‘16)

Diego Robinson (Northern Michigan)

Andre Johnson (Rochester Faculty)

Jordan Henry (Roberts Wesleyan)

Jalen Sykes (St. Clair CC ‘19)

Rae’Quan Funches (Delta Faculty)

Dre Dentmond (Dillard ‘18)

Crew 5-star Zone

Malik Corridor (Michigan State)

Jaden Akins (Michigan State)

Jesse Zarzuela (Central Michigan)

Ola Ajiboye (Central Michigan)

Deleon Brown (Grand Valley State)

Ben Crenshaw (Northwood)

Dario Milojevic (St. Michaels Faculty)

Elias Ramirez (Goshen Faculty)

Marcus Fite (Northeastern Oklahoma A&M)

Sidney Droughns (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty ‘09)

Jamoni Jones (Schoolcraft Faculty ‘22)

Shamar Howard (Delta Faculty)

Crew Nano Magic

Pierre Brooks (Michigan State)

Carson Cooper (Michigan State)

Emil Skytta (Central Michigan)

Josiah Sanders (Central Michigan)

James City (Niagara ‘20)

Denham Wojcik (Harvard)

Simon Wheeler (Ashland)

Demetrius Lake (Grand Valley State)

Tevin Ali (Olivet)

Christian Rodriguez (Cornerstone ‘22)

Nmeso Nnedbedum (Christian Brothers)

Brandon Suttles (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty ‘21)

Crew Buck Cuffs

Davis Smith (Michigan State)

Ian Jones (East Carolina ‘21)

Kevin “Boopie” Miller (Central Michigan)

Markus Harding (Central Michigan)

Maurice Benson (Indiana Tech ‘06)

Muhammad El Amin (Stony Brook ‘10)

Sam Muldrow (South Carolina ‘11)

Paxson Wojcik (Brown)

Forrest Bouyer Jr. (Calvin Faculty ‘21)

Ryan Franklin (Olivet ‘21)

Ty Motley (Lansing Neighborhood Faculty ‘10)

Trevor Manuel (Oliver Faculty ‘19)


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