EAST LANSING - Michigan State guard Kalin Lucas will play in the Reese's College All-Star game on Friday, April 1. The game will be played at Reliant Stadium, site of the 2011 Final Four, and be televised live on TruTv at 5:30 p.m. ET. Lucas will be on the West All-Star roster, which is coached by Billy Tubbs, who led Oklahoma to the 1988 NCAA championship game.
Lucas finished his career as Michigan State's fifth all-time leading scorer with 1,996 points. He also ranks first in career free throws made (507) and attempted (637), and sixth in career assists (558). A three-time All-Big Ten performer, including a two-time first-team honoree, Lucas was the 2009 Big Ten Player of the Year.
Joining Lucas on the West All-Stars are Andrew Goudelock (College of Charleston), Tai Wesley (Utah State), Kenneth Faried (Morehead State), Malcolm Thomas (San Diego State), Tristan Thompson (North Texas), Alex Stephenson (USC), Mickey McConnell (St. Mary's), Cameron Jones (Northern Arizona) and Gary Johnson (Texas).
The East All-Stars are Dwight Hardy (St. John's), Lavoy Allen (Temple), Brad Wanamaker (Pittsburgh), Chris Warren (Mississippi), Austin Freeman (Georgetown), Mike Davis (Illinois), Gary McGhee (Pittsburgh), Jacob Pullen (Kansas State), Vlad Moldoveanu (American) and Jimmy Butler (Marquette). They will be coached by Bill Foster, who led Duke to the 1978 NCAA championship game.