“On the offense last year, they had great spacing. That’s what I remember. Great spacing, great shooters, like Nik Stauskas, who’s not there right now. But they always have someone to fill the roles. They have a cutting offense, kind of hard to guard.”
The complete summer league schedule is out.
Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway, Jr. will play in summer league along with the three 2014 drafted Wolverines and Jordan Morgan.
Right now, the Pistons are playing the Rockets with Isaiah Thomas on commentary.
Complete Michigan schedule-
|Today||Oklahoma City vs Memphis||5pm/NBA TV|
|7/6||Oklahoma City vs Philadelphia||5pm/NBA TV|
|7/7||Oklahoma City vs Brooklyn||7pm/NBA TV|
|7/9||Oklahoma City vs Indiana||3pm/NBA TV|
|7/11||New York vs Dallas||4pm/NBA TV|
|7/11||Sacramento vs San Antonio||10pm/NBA TV|
|7/12||New York vs Portland||4pm/NBA TV|
|7/12||Minnesota vs Dallas||6:30pm/NBA TV|
|7/13||Sacramento vs Charlotte||6pm/NBA TV|
|7/14||New York vs Charlotte||4pm/NBA TV|
|7/14||Sacramento vs D-League Squad||4:30pm/NBA TV|
|7/14||Utah vs Milwaukee||10:30pm/NBA TV|
|7/15||Minnesota vs Chicago||4:30pm/NBA TV|
|7/15||Utah vs Denver||8:30pm/NBA TV|
These are the "group play" games if you will. They will determine a championship bracket and have a playoff for the all-important summer league championships. Orlando is July 5-11 and Vegas is 12-21.
From the Detroit News:
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Caught this article on my twitter stream by Gary Parrish of CBS Sports. It essentially says what those of us who follow MBB closely already know - the development of late has been off the chart, esp the 2012 class and Burke. But it is good to see more and more of the basketball media catch onto it. Also has a fascinating stat - UM has the only 2 players drafted selected in the top 10 of the past 2 drafts who were not top 75 recruits and/or 3 year players. Lots of talk about Caris in the article too, as well as how shooting is taught. Would have liked to see some Jordan love here too though as the wings/guards development has been under his eye as well.
No, Beilein doesn't have a national title like each of those coaches do, and he hasn't put as many players in the NBA, either. But what he's done is arguably more impressive, because what he's done is help turn borderline top-80 high school prospects into top-10 picks in consecutive NBA Drafts, and he just might do it again next year, which is pretty bananas.
Of the 20 players selected in the top 10 of the past two NBA Drafts, 18 were former top 75 prospects and/or players who spent at least three seasons in college. The only exceptions? Burke and Stauskas -- both of whom enrolled at Michigan as unheralded recruits, earned Big Ten Player of the Year honors as sophomores, turned pro and were selected in the top 10 of the subsequent NBA Draft.
Beilein: What he looks for, rather, are versatile players who haven't yet peaked, and that's why recruiting rankings rarely matter to Michigan, because what Beilein cares about isn't always what analysts value.
"We try to project whether a player is on the rise or if he's already where he's gonna be," Beilein said. "A lot of the [analysts'] early projections on players, I think, are made because the players' bodies are ahead of everybody else's bodies. And if you saw Nik or Caris, back when they were 16 years old, their bodies weren't ahead of anybody else's bodies."
1. Jahii Carson - AZ St
2. Glenn Robinson III, Michigan Wolverines
First, let me make it clear how much I like GR3 as a kid. He’s soft-spoken, humble and almost too nice. He was drafted 40th by Minnesota, and there’s certainly a chance he can stick with the Wolves. However, he could have returned to Ann Arbor, been the primary offensive weapon in 2014-15 -- which is exactly what he needed -- and turned himself into a first-rounder with a guaranteed deal.
7. Laquinton Ross (Ohio St)