One would be hard-pressed to find college basketball coaches, or coaches of any level in any sport for that matter, who enjoys what he does than Michigan State Hall of Fame coach Tom Izzo.
The 22-year head coach of the Spartans is a teacher first and foremost. His passion for coaching up players is second to none. Whether it be up 30 or down 30, he’s giving 110 percent effort to make sure his players match that.
Take this example from Wednesday night’s game at Illinois. Izzo and his freshman phenom Miles Bridges had an exchange of sorts on the sidelines, a teacher/student moment if you will. We can only speculate what was actually said, but we’ll let you be the judge, Nation.
A good coach-player relationship, lol pic.twitter.com/x9j9ipaU9F
— Chris Vannini (@ChrisVannini) March 2, 2017