Tum Tum's Time To Lead | 10th Year Seniors
by RENALDO DORSETT Anticipating a healthy season, Lourawls "Tum Tum" Nairn Jr is pegged as one of the upperclassmen leaders of his Michigan State Spartans. The junior point guard struggled through an injury plagued sophomore year, but Nairn has looked healthy enough this summer to deliver a series of impressive performances at the Moneyball Pro-Am. Nairn finished with 25 points in the league championship, while highly touted incoming freshman Miles Bridges added 35, but their Team Green lost 93-82 to Team Black. Spartans centre Gavin Schilling led Team Black with 23 points while another highly touted freshman, Josh Langford, scored 10. Nairn made several jumpers from three point range and even threw down a fastbreak dunk in the title game, a welcome site to the Spartan faithful who wintnessed last season's struggles with the foot injury. The Moneyball Pro-Am is a highly regarded league in Dimondale, Michigan which usually many division I players including most players on the Spartans