76ers claim GR III off waivers. He may get some playing time there so hopefully he makes the best of it.
Excited to be in Philly, blessed to have this opportunity! #OverlyDedicated— Glenn Robinson III (@GRIII) March 7, 2015
Source: Philadelphia 76ers have claimed Glenn Robinson III on waivers.— Michael Scotto (@MikeAScotto) March 7, 2015
Taking our 8 month old to the Rutgers game tonight for his 1st Michigan sporting event. Don't worry I do not expect to stay and/or watch the whole game. We just thought it would be fun to take him around the arena and the atmosphere shouldn't be too crazy.
One question I did have for the experienced MgoParents out there, do you know if baby bottles allowed to be brought into Crisler? I looked on the site, and it says no containers of any kind are allowed inside, but my wife seems to think they must at least allow baby bottles. Any help from prior experience would be greatly appreciated!
Nick over at Mlive has a story up on MBB with some very interesting data points. Not only Michigan specific but how our data points compare to others in the conference. It is pretty amazing our attrition when you consider it versus the 4 other teams in the conf with great recent success (MSU, Wisc, OSU) or great tradition Indiana).
Beilein mentioned that Mitch was the only guy he truly thought he wouldn't have for his entire career.
"Aside from this year, I think we had the best Big Ten record of any team over the past three years going into this season, despite the lack of seniors. It's been a challenge, and one that snuck up on us. We didn't expect this. Ever.
"Mitch McGary is the only one who when we recruited him I said 'he might not make it to his senior year.' But those kids have really worked hard and deserve those opportunities in the NBA."
In Beilien's tenure he has only had 15 seniors - including walk ons. (Part of that is normal attrition - i.e. Brundidge, Smot, et al) That's nearly half the # Wisconsin has enjoyed and 60% of what MSU has enjoyed.
Since taking over the program prior to the 2007-08 season, Beilein has only had 15 seniors on his teams. In eight seasons, Michigan's only put 15 seniors on the floor -- including walk-ons. Per The Wolverine, no Big Ten team has had fewer seniors during that timeframe.
Wisconsin, by comparison, has had 28 seniors in that stretch. Michigan State's had 25.
Of course our NBA train is like no one else - only OSU is within spitting distance.
Over the past eight years, Michigan has lost seven early-entry players to the NBA draft -- more than any other Big Ten school. If junior Caris LeVert opts to declare early this spring, the number will grow to eight.
Junior Manny Harris left in 2010, followed by sophomore Darius Morris in 2011, sophomore Trey Burke and junior Tim Hardaway Jr. in 2013 and sophomores McGary, Nik Stauskas and Glenn Robinson III last season.
Ohio State is the next closest in that span with six early departures, followed by Indiana (four), Illinois (two) and Michigan State (one). League champion Wisconsin hasn't lost a single player early since 2007-08.