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Izzo Loses It On Aaron Henry [VIDEO]

Izzo was not happy with the freshman.

March 21, 2019 - 4:53 pm

DES MOINES, Iowa (97.1 The Ticket) -- No. 2-seed Michigan State got off to a bit of a rocky start in its opening round game Thursday against 15th-seeded Bradley.

The Spartans trailed the Braves 35-34 at halftime, leaving some fans wondering if they might be seeing a repeat of their loss to 15-seed Middle Tennessee State in 2016.

MSU went on a 10-0 run early in the second half, but head coach Tom Izzo still wasn't happy. In fact, he was furious with freshman Aaron Henry, who missed a defensive switch and left a Bradley player wide-open for a 3-pointer.

Even though the shot was missed, Izzo let Henry hear it when he was coming off the court for a timeout.

Junior point guard Cassius Winston attempted to settle his coach down as they began the timeout.

Izzo discussed the incident while addressing the media after the game:

Michigan State went on to win 76-65.