Just been watching the Celtics/Hawks game, and Timmy has had a hell of a 4th quarter. He's got 20 on the game, and he's looking like a legit player.
Frankly, the announcers can't stop talking about him. He's made a key adjustment and started slashing in true Not Just a Shooter(TM) fashion. Anybody else watching? What do y'all see different about his game?
So, we did lose the game, but we can still win for #ChadTough
These teams play again in 10 days at Crisler.
If this is not used and this team doesn't come out with some, oh I don't know, energy and anger?...............then the coaches aren't doing their jobs.
Maverick Morgan: They are traditionally a white collar team.— Mark Snyder (@Mark__Snyder) January 12, 2017
Illinois forward Maverick Morgan (8-9 FGs, 16 pts) calls Michgian "traditionally a white collar team."— Brendan F. Quinn (@BFQuinn) January 12, 2017
It's true of this current team.
Not traditionally. Michigan Basketball in the 60s with those great Cazzie Russell and Bill Buntin teams used to be known as Bloody Nose Lane. Because no one would go inside on that team.
The way the University of Michigan team sees it, the meek will never inherit the game of basketball and anyone who thinks it is a noncontact sport has been reading too many rule books. The Wolverines lovingly refer to that area of the court from the key to the basket as Bloody Nose Lane. The designation was actually Coach Dave Strack's, but Strack is a bashful, unpresumptuous father of five and is reluctant to take full credit. In any case, when a fun-loving Wolverine drives down Bloody Nose Lane he calls it "going in to cut me some meat"—which means he's going for two points, or for a rebound, or for something more filling. Coach Strack calls that "clean, aggressive ruthlessness," and the Big Ten is reeling under the impact.
we may not win the game tonight, but we can win the Challenge