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Tum Tum Nairn on the right path for offensive success in 2015-16

Brick. That’s the sound Tum Tum Nairn’s shot had been making all season for Michigan State during his freshman year. It had to be disheartening to shoot just 32 percent from the field, especially when most of those shots came from 10 feet and close.

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The pint-sized Bahamian point guard turned out to be one of the more promising players for MSU after last season and he also became a vocal leader at an extremely young age in Tom Izzo’s program.