It was already going around Twitter that Michigan's game would be at 9:30 instead of the listed time of 9pm, due to the VCU-Villanova game starting at 7pm.
It appears it may be a 9:45 tip. Or even later than that perhaps.
Tip time moved to 7.15 due to lateness of ESPN 2 game. #legendsclassic— Legends Classic (@LegendsBBall) November 24, 2014
Tomorrow, Novemeber 25th, GR3 will be doing an AMA (ask me anything, basically a Q&A) on Reddit's basketball subreddit r/NBA. It will be a cool chance to see from him how he's doing post-Michigan. They haven't announced a time so if you're interested just check periodically through the day, it will be stickied at the top of the subreddit so it will be easy to find.
Today, the Women's basketball team beat the Western Michigan Broncos in Crisler, 74-47. Some highlights:
Katelyn Flaherty led the Wolverines in scoring with 18 points on 8-13 shooting. She hit shots from all over the floor, also going 2-5 from behind the arc.
Shannon Smith sniffed a triple double, with 7 pts 9 reb and 7 ast. Most of her assists came in transition, after WMU was stymied by Michigan's 2-3 zone.
Cyesha Goree was all-around dominant, with 14 points and 14 boards on 6-9 shooting. She could have had even gaudier numbers had she not been pulled with about 5 minutes to go.
The women's team could be one to look out for this year, as their 5 freshmen (Flaherty included) compose the best recruiting class in program history (no. 23 in the nation), and they return almost all of their main contributors from last year's NIT run. Today's win brought them to 3-1 on the season, and after today they are shooting about 43% from behind the arc on the year- I guess long distance shooting isn't just exclusive to the men.
Just a quick update, in case y'all needed something to brighten an otherwise dismal sports weekend.
Iowa vs. Syracuse on ESPN2 now and BC vs. WVU on the U. Later it's Cal vs. Texas and Charlotte vs. South Carolina and Loyola(IL) at MSU.
Cal just beat Syracuse by 14 points and SMU lost to IU earlier by 6. Michigans schedule just lost 2 ranked teams in a few hours. This makes me feel much better about the next 10 games. In the end you have to win your games but does this make those to games must wins especially since their at home. Discuss