“The player development is the main thing I like (about Michigan),” Williams said. “You can see that they develop their players. They get them in the gym and they work them hard. And their hard work pays off.”
A little late in the day, but good Michigan content on BTN.
Michigan - Indiana basketball (2014 in Ann Arbor) is currently on.
Big Ten Icons - Charles Woodson is next (9:30 EST)
Perseverance: The Story of Dr. Billy Taylor (10:00 EST)
1997 Michigan - Ohio State, with the Woodson punt return and interception (11:00 EST)
- #3 Kam Chatman
- #5 D.J. Wilson
- #12 Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman
- #24 Aubrey Dawkins
- #30 Austin Hatch
- #32 Ricky Doyle
Also, as posted awhile ago, Andrew Dakich will now wear #11.
The complete roster is up here.
Look at how MAAR's name needs two lines to fit. I love it.
Okay, that's my last thread for a couple days.
A schedule of four basketball games over 8 days in Italy has been released. The translation from Italian into English is . . . intriguing. This is a grammar Nazi's delight.
“After winning the Big Ten title, qualified to the NCAA tournament, where reached the Elite Eight and saw their journey interrupted by Uconn, then won the title. The Wolverines have undergone considerable changes over the summer, in fact, four players were chosen by reference to NBA teams (Nick Stauskas at all with the choice of n. 8), confirming the high quality of the basketball program. It is thanks to the great tradition, and excellent recruiting system, important that these departures will be replaced by more prospects coming from High School. Among the experts is rumored to Kameron Chatman, DJ Wilson and Ricky Doyle, the NCAA will be a brief period before joining the league in which they are intended: the NBA. There are all the ingredients for a spectacular game, where the protagonist will be stronger than any college edition of College Basketball Tour.”
Here is the schedule:
Aug. 17 vs. the Perugia All Star Men in Rome, Aug. 19 vs. The Big All Star Men at the Vicenza Palazzetto dello Sport, Aug. 20 vs. the Opitergium Spartans Men at the Vicenza Palazzetto dello Sport, and Aug. 22 vs. Mantova Stings in Mantua (Matova).
"Keelon Lawson is the head coach at Hamilton High in Memphis and is the last coach to lead a city school to a state title while going unbeaten in the largest classification. He played at UAB and LeMoyne-Owen and spoke to at least two other schools (including Vanderbilt) about potentially joining their coaching staffs."
It seems that on those credentials alone it would seem fair for him to be hired as an asst. coach at Memphis. It also doesn't hurt that...
Dedric Lawson is a 6-8 power forward in the Class of 2016 who is ranked seventh in the countryby ESPN.com. Chandler Lawson is a 6-6 wing who is ranked No. 1 overall in the Class of 2019 by one recruiting site. Jonathan Lawson is a sixth-grader who one coach said "may be the best of all of the brothers."
While this seems kind of shady its also the best of both worlds. Memphis is hiring a coach that has done well at the HS level, is a former D1 player, and had developed 3 of his sons into highly rated prospects...while also possible securing the commitments of said prospects. As long as all 4 children are allowed their freedom and not forced to choose Memphis this is a good move.