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Quick interview from Brendan Quinn over on Mlive with Spike on the hip injury that was bothering him all season. New info to me was that it is not just one hip, but both that could require surgery to reduce pain. Touches mainly on the tough decision to potentially miss all of spring/summer, or continue to train through the pain and then most likely play your entire senior season in pain.
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Michigan hit ONE three all game against a team that hit NINE threes in their WNIT Second Round game against Kansas State.
Michigan will now head to Hattiesburg to face Southern Mississippi in the WNIT Quarterfinals on Sunday, the 29th at 3pm. Don't count on having a video feed since USM is a rinky dink C-USA school. MGoBlue live audio will be available.
Michigan is now 19-14 on the season. One more win and they have their 3rd straight 20-win season.
Thanks to a TV Error, Nik Stauskas Has Assumed the Identity of 'Sauce Castillo'
I normally wouldn't post when a Michigan target receives offers from other schools. However, some of the Michigan basketball insiders think there's a good chance that the late-blooming PF/C out of nearby Westland John Glenn H.S., Mike Edwards, ends up in Michigan's 2015 class. Additionally, there was a bit of consternation in the thread about his lack of high major offers, so I thought I'd drop this to ease some of the concern about his ability to play at the next level.
According to multiple college hoops writers on Twitter, he worked out for a few college coaches yesterday at his high school. After the workout, he received offers from Pitt, Auburn, and Marquette. Expect more in the days to come.
UPDATE II: According to Edward's AAU coach, Duke and UCLA are now showing interest
This is my first board post so please be gentle... But I have definitely taken a larger interest in the NBA this year over years prior in large part to the influx of Wolverines in the NBA. The season started out rough for Stauskas, McGary, and Robinson as they weren't seeing very much playing time and Trey Burke seemed to be struggling a bit as well.
Lately, McGary has capitalized on his minutes given and has developed into a strong role player with a bright future. With Sacramento out of the playoff race, Stauskas seems to have been given a few more minutes lately and he's hitting a better percentage of his shots. His minutes are still quite limited. Burke seems to have gotten things back in order though he definitely seems to be turning into a high volume shooter (for better or worse). GRob is still riding the pine in Philly which doesn't seem to bode well for his future.
Jamal Crawford is still doing Jamal Crawford things in LA.