If you've been, could you tell me a bit about it? I have a seven year old who wants to go ( a big basketball fan), and I was wondering whether he'd enjoy it. Is there any opportunity for player interaction?
Final episodes of the regular season for inside michigan basketball. Epsiodes cover games against maryland northwestern and rutgers. Interviews with Aubrey Dawkins and Max Beilfeldt. Episode also covers some spring practice news including Harbaugh press conference. Enjoy GO BLUE!!
Your favorite Big Ten Tournament memories?
Mine: 1998. Enough said. Tractor took it over.
Nice article about Kam Chatman by B. Quinn.
While there have been other articles similar about the adversity he's faced throughout his year and season at UM, this article contained an piece of info I haven't heard.
It seems Chatman is staying in AA for the summer instead of going home. He'll go through the same regimen that Stauskas and LeVert did when they stayed for their summers. It's really good to hear that he's making a effort to get better. I'm excited to see how improves next season, and this certainly should help him live up to the hype that came with him to UM.
Also, didn't realize this until now, but Chatman is young. Like almost LeVert young when he enrolled at UM. Chatman is still 18, and won't turn 19 until summer. So if we're looking for bigger leaps throughout their time at UM, Chatman is a prime candidate.
UPDATE: Per Alejandro Zuniga's twitter, Dawkins said he's staying as well for the extra workouts as well as "most of the freshmen", whatever that means. So, that's really good to hear.
EDIT: as a clarification, even though the nominclature seems to be staying for the 'summer', the extra training is actually more in the spring. I believe an old article said this optional training starts in April, the player stays for the spring term, and gets an extra 7 weeks before the rest of team comes for the summer term for required workouts. Someone can correct me if I'm wrong.
Obviously all of these games are very important for Michigan's NIT hopes, but 3 NCAA bids will be up for grabs tonight.
Here's the slate. 3 set to tip off now.
|CAA Champ.||1 William & Mary vs. 3 Northeastern||LOST 72-61|
|SoCon Champ.||1 Wofford vs. 10 Furman||WON 67-64|
|Summit Semis||1 S. Dakota St. vs. 5 S. Dakota||WON 78-65|
|MAAC Champ.||1 Iona vs. 3 Manhattan||LOST|
We need the 1 seeds to win, obviously.