There have been some legendary college basketball games played in Michigan throughout the years. From the rise of the Fab Five at the University of Michigan to the legendary run that Tom Izzo has had at Michigan State University, they had Benson incredible games played, particularly at the Breslin Center, which is the home of the Michigan State Spartans basketball team.

Somebody in Kalamazoo has a legendary piece of Michigan State Spartan history, as the scoring table to the Breslin Center is now up for sale for $3500, as the listing details:
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Own a piece of Spartan History! Here is 2 (tables 1 and 4, corners) of the scorer’s table for the Breslin Center at MSU. Custom built tables, LED panels, connectors and wiring, still with station stickers from its MSU service days. Service time - 2011 to roughly 2020/21. Could see new life at your favorite school or serve as a great table in your sport’s cave or bar to watch games. Both sections on heavy duty frame and wheels, each section weighs around 400 to 500 lbs., is 9 ft wide, 3’ 4” high, 24” deep (add 18” if table is put up.”)
The seller said that for the right price, they're willing to split the two tables up for sale individually.
This is one of those things like Tiger Stadium seats or Joe Louis Arena seats that are serious collector items for somebody or even a true Michigan State Spartan fanatic or alumnus. The listing can be found here if you are interested in reaching out and inquiring about this unique item.

Where Are These Michigan State Basketball Players Now?

Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans Men's Basketball program have been a premier school in College Basketball, with a streak of 25 straight NCAA tournament appearances. Stellar teams generate stellar players, and over the years, MSU has had no shortage of stand-out players who have gone on to have successful careers in professional basketball. Here are 12 Spartans in the last 12 years and where they are now.

Gallery Credit: Tommy McNeill

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