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Current Sports | March 31, 2017

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Michigan State Football; Spring Game; NBA MVP Race; The Triple-Double; DeShaun Tate; March Madness; Final Four; Music.

On today's "Current Sports with Al Martin" does Michigan State football need to "sit down" and "be humble?" Plenty of nebulous talk today intermingles with music, abstract questions and the newest of the new. With Kendrick Lamar's new track, "Humble," having been released yesterday, Al's been thinking. And he's come to the conclusion that there is no good reason for the Michigan State football team to host its annual Spring Game while enmeshed in a sexual assault investigation. Then, the NBA triple-double is up for question. Al and engineer Isaac Constans talk about if the lauded accomplishment has lost its luster. From Arizona, DeShaun Tate, CBS sports producer and host, drops in to preview the Final Four. His picks and more prelude the final segment, when Current Sports production assistant Ian Hawley shows off his singing chops in a hot R&B track.

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