Nairn, Spartans Just Keep Dancing | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT SYRACUSE, NEW YORK - Buddy Hield had the better individual performance, but the game will always be remembered for Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn Jr. Hield scored a team high 21 points and grabbed six rebounds for the Oklahoma Sooners while Nairn finished with just one assist in 11 minutes, but the Michigan State Spartans emerged with the 62-58 last night at the Carrier Dome. With over 24,000 in attendance and millions of college Basketball enthusiasts around the world, the Bahamas got unlimited exposure with the future NBA prospects going head to head. The Spartans, now the lowest seeded team left in the field at No.7 in the East Region, will advanced to the Regional Final, or Elite 8, where they will face the No.4 Louisville Cardnials. With a quick turnaround before the Spartans get ready to face the Cardinals, Nairn said he remains thankful and is continuing to embrace the moment. "It means a lot to me to share that experience with him , blood wouldn't make us any