Buddy Hield Wins Oscar Robertson TrophyBuddy Hield, who led Oklahoma to its first Final Four in 14 years, has won the Oscar Robertson Trophy, presented by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association to the nation's top college player.
Michigan State's Valentine Wins AP Player Of The YearDenzel Valentine of Michigan State is The Associated Press Player of the Year, edging out Oklahoma's Buddy Hield by three votes.
Valentine, Hield Lead AP's All-America TeamWhenever talk of the best college basketball player this season came up so did two names: Denzel Valentine of Michigan State and Buddy Hield of Oklahoma.
Hield And Denzel Valentine Among Players Vying For Wooden AwardThe award will be presented to the men's and women's college basketball players of the year on April 8 in Los Angeles.
Izzo Leans On Veteran Staff To Help Lead No. 2 Michigan StTom Izzo is days away from being showered with praise as he is annually for his ability to win during the NCAA tournament.
Michigan State's Denzel Valentine The Big Ten Player Of YearDenzel Valentine has done it all for Michigan State, and the senior is The Associated Press Player of the Year in the Big Ten.
Denzel Valentine Draws Comparisons To Michigan State GreatsMagic Johnson, Draymond Green and Denzel Valentine.
League Player Of The Year Races Down To Final WeekendThis battle features two senior candidates who are also have garnered national player of the year consideration: Michigan State's Denzel Valentine and Iowa's Jarrod Uthoff, though Valentine appears to have the edge.
Buddy Hield, Denzel Valentine Lead Player Of Year ListThe senior forward was the front-runner for POY early in the season after posting a 29-12-12 triple-double against Kansas the second game of the season.
Denzel Valentine-led No. 8 Michigan State Tops Indiana 88-69Denzel Valentine had 30 points and 13 assists, Matt Costello scored a career-high 22 points and grabbed 11 rebounds and No. 8 Michigan State beat Indiana 88-69 Sunday.
Michigan State Guard Denzel Valentine To Miss 2-3 WeeksDenzel Valentine will miss the next couple of weeks after a minor knee surgery on Monday, according to Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo.
No. 1 Michigan State Routs Maryland Eastern Shore 78-35"Denzel was a little sick and he didn't play with the same vigor," Spartans coach Tom Izzo said. "I could really notice it."

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