ohio state blogs will post literally anything
There's been a lot of talk on the board lately about "Camp Sanderson" being an important driver of UM's hardwood success. However, much like the phrase "John Beilein's offense", few who talk about it have any idea what it entails. Let us be ignorant no more - read Daily alum Everett Cook's piece that gives us an interesting peek into the world of high-level strength and conditioning that is "Camp Sanderson".
Michigan will break from the changing adidas template for the first time ever, and will keep their current uniform they have had since 2012-13 per the MDen catalog.
Michigan Hockey will change uniforms for the 5th straight season. Complete redesigns to both Road and Third jerseys.
Tim Hardaway Sr will join Pistons as assistant coach. Will be interesting when Pistons play Knicks.
Chris Webber is writing a book and claims that the truth will come out in that book. I hope he comes clean and do whatever he needs to do to reconcile with the rest of Fab 5 and even UM BB program
Freshman MBB player DJ Wilson is out for 4-6 weeks with a finger injury. Will miss the Italy trip, but sounds like he will be ready to go by the start of the the season.
Michigan freshman forward DJ Wilson will miss 4-6 weeks due to right finger injury. #Michigan— Thomas Beindit (@tbeindit) August 6, 2014
Ed-Ace: Added the full press release below.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- University of Michigan men's basketball head coach John Beilein announced today (Wednesday, August 6) freshman forward D.J. Wilson (Sacramento, Calif./Capital Christian School) underwent successful surgery on his right pinky finger and will miss 4-6 weeks for recovery."This is an unfortunate injury for D.J.," said Beilein. "However, we have the best training and medical staff here at U-M, so we know he is in good hands. We anticipate a speedy recovery so D.J. will be back and at 100 percent when we start our September workouts."Wilson, who will still travel with U-M to Italy on Aug. 15-24, averaged 13.9 points, 6.3 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game last season at Capital Christian School. He guided the Cougars to a 28-4 record, 10-0 Golden Empire League and a final No. 3 state ranking.