#14 Spartan Guard Aaron Henry On Getting Back To Being Great

Hondo S. Carpenter

Breslin Center

East Lansing, MI

#14 Michigan State watched their Hall of Fame head coach Tom Izzo step up ti the microphone today and address a myriad of subjects in his weekly press conference. Below is a small sample of what he had to say in a transcript form, or you can watch the entire press conference above. A shout out to the MSU SID office for the transcript:

Izzo talked about Cassius Winston and Xavier Tillman, but also about Aaron Henry.  He calls them his, "Big three." He said, "I thought our youth was a little bit of a problem when we needed some guys to step up, but we just couldn't get consistency. But, if I was to be really blunt and honest as I told both guys, it was probably the worst game Cassius (Winston) and Xavier (Tillman) played, and they're my two best players. I have every ounce of confidence that they'll bounce back. I think some of the reasons we were able to iron out in film sessions: the turnovers and the play of those two guys then leads to other issues. We all know Aaron's (Henry) got to play better, as I said, he's been rebounding the ball better and his attitude has been great. He's just found a way to disappear, and we need him to appear."

The above video was shot after practice. We spoke with G Aaron Henry about his growth and what he needs to do to get back in sync.  He was very raw and authentic.

The team will return to the hard-court Friday, January 17, 2020, at the Breslin Center in East Lansing. That game can be seen on FS1 at 7 PM.

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