Kind of old news, but haven't seen it posted yet. Getting a visit out of a player of this caliber is great!
I'm surprised a thread hasn't been made yet about game two. LeBron seems like he's being a little more assertive tonight, which is important for the Cavs to be successful, I think. I know that's always been the knock on him - he passes too much - but I thought he was pretty passive in a lot of ways the other night.
I'm developing more and more of an appreciation for Harrison Barnes. He's a very good role player who just seems to do what the team needs him to do. He's not a guy who disrupts the flow of the other guys, and just does what he can.
Also, Leandro Barbosa has always been fun to watch. I just like the way that guy moves on the basketball court. He's always been quick, but he just changes gears so nicely that he catches you by surprise.
Michigan a 5 seed, mildly surprised.
Averaged 13.5 PPG and shot over 40% from 3, and we just so happen to have 2 free scholarships for next year. Beilein should be all over this guy.
some kinda big games with decently large implications going on right now.
-Thunder lead 48-42 at half.
-Sharks/Pens all square after two
Warriors win 96-88. Curry-36 pts.
Pens win game 1 3-2.
So I heard about this earlier.
There is a Freep article about new Detroit head coach Bacari Alexander meeting with media on Wednesday and it mentions an interesting prospect.
It appears that Michigan and Detroit are working on playing in the first-ever event at the new Little Caesars Arena in 2017.
EDIT: Not the first event period but the first BASKETBALL game.
This is actually historically significant. Why?
Because what was the first-ever event of any kind at Joe Louis Arena? Michigan Basketball vs Detroit on December 12, 1979, an 85-72 Michigan win.