This is maaaaybe premature there, ESPN. Maryland #1 FWIW.
I'm not sure that there's much you can do at this point. We are way too young everywhere and our experienced players are all injured. We need to find someway to score. Irvin, Walton and Spike need to take it to the bucket either by ball screens or isolation. That will lead to kick outs for threes or lay ins. In the offseason we need to make sure Levert comes back. I think it's mutually beneficial as he'd rise on the boards next year when he's not being asked to do everything and being the man who's focused on completely by the opposition. Also, at this point it's evident we need to recruit someone in 2015 at center or the wings. If you can get a 4/5 star 5 man then you can move Donnal to the 4. If these things happen then I think we can be back to big ten contention next year.
To those that don't want to click, the 76ers would only beat kentucky 74% of the time at home and only 56% on the road. http://fivethirtyeight.com/datalab/kentucky-would-lose-to-the-76ers-at-l...
In a Freep interview (sorry) Spike revealed that he has had a lower body injury that is seriously limiting him in games and practice. Surgery may be necessary, but a decision has been made to wait until the offseason, given the operation's long recovery time.
2016 PG Cassius Winston scored 33 points in a 76-72 win over Detroit East English Village on Wednesday. John Beilein was in attendance, and had to be pleased with Winston's performance against one of the better teams in the Detroit area:
In 1965, Michigan lost to UCLA in the NCAA title game. Why did we have the trophy in this photo?
Beilein says it isn't an excuse, but it is what it is... a young team fighting both injuries and a massive learning curve is going to struggle.
"We have a couple of injuries that have been significant in these games that have (made it) hard for our guys to practice and do things, but it's not an excuse," Beilein said.