“Jaxon Kohler Shines with First Double-Double for Michigan State”

Michigan State’s Jaxon Kohler goes from bench to breakout with first

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Michigan State basketball fans have been buzzing about Jaxon Kohler’s recent performance in the Spartans’ last game against Rutgers. The 6’9” junior forward from Clarkston, Michigan had a breakout performance, registering his first-ever double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds.

Kohler has been averaging just 4.6 points and 3.2 rebounds per game, but his performance against Rutgers was more than just an outlier. He showed a level of confidence and aggression that was missing from his previous appearances on the court. Kohler was actively engaged in the offense, contesting shots, diving for loose balls, and providing a strong presence inside the paint.

The performance was even more remarkable considering Kohler had been relegated to the bench for much of the season and hadn’t played more than 13 minutes in a game since February. But Michigan State coach Tom Izzo recognized Kohler’s potential and inserted him into the starting lineup for the Rutgers game.

The move paid off as Kohler was a spark plug for the Spartans, helping them take control of the game and secure a much-needed win. He also provided a big emotional lift for the team, showing that his work ethic and dedication was paying off.

It was a welcome sight for Michigan State fans, who have been hoping that Kohler can continue to build on this performance and provide the Spartans with a reliable post presence. If Kohler can continue to play with the same level of confidence and aggressiveness that he showed against Rutgers, then Michigan State could be looking at a breakout star in the making.

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