Former Michigan State basketball guard Rocket Watts commits to Oakland via transfer portal

Former Michigan State basketball guard Rocket Watts commits to Oakland via transfer portal

Rocket Watts is coming home. After a disappointing, injury-riddled season with Mississippi State, former Michigan State basketball guard Rocket Watts is returning to his home state and committing to Oakland via the NCAA transfer portal.

There was a time where Rocket Watts looked like the heir apparent for the Spartans before he was asked to adapt to a point guard role out of necessity. After a disappointing season trying to play point guard, Watts looked for a fresh start with Mississippi State but was saddled with a hip injury throughout the season and only averaged 4.4 points per game, a career-low for him.

I think Oakland is a great fit for Watts to come in and try to be the aggressive, speedy guard he was in his first year with MSU.

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