at least it's not just us?
First game of what should be a great series. A veteran SA team against a young, talented Thunder squad. IMO, Popovich will take Harden's beard to the hole over and over again and come out the other side with a slow, melodic victory.
Miami Heat is looking to close out the Indiana Pacers in this Game 6. It is the only NBA action on tonight for you NBA fans, but even if you don't like the NBA, there is another reason for you to tune in.
With Chris Bosh injuried and Udonis Haslem suspended, expect to see Juwan Howard play some meaning minutes in this big game for possibly the last time in his career. He is the only active big man on the Heats' roster who can hit a mid-range jumper, so for that reason I expect him to have a pivotal role in this game.
EDIT: On ESPN
Scout released their Top 75 for 2014 and a few Michigan targets make the list.
9. Cliff Alexander
29. Devin Booker
40. Keita Bates-Diop
65. Drake Harris
68. Trevon Bluiett
Couple things: Drake Harris is now making Top whatever lists in both football and basketball. Can't remember the last guy to do this...Pryor? Devin Booker is our unanimously top rated recruit that we have a great shot at. Him and Bates-Diop are guys we have good shots at on this list.
D.Mo got put in, in the last minute of the Lakers loss vs OKC, and managed to log an assist.
I want the traffic to go to UMHoops.com, so I won't give you much if anything from the interview. It's sufficient to say that the interview is a must read. So go there and read it. And put comments into their comments block. Then come back here and put comments here.
I lied. This is awesome and deserves a block quote:
“We [he and Zack Novak] both have an assassin’s mentality — going after it no matter what, giving 110 percent, diving on the floor for loose balls. In high school Zack was kind of the main guy and then when he got to Michigan he told me, ‘You’re going to have to work for everything.’ So I guess something just clicked when I saw him his freshman year diving on the floor for loose balls and I thought, ‘If he’s doing that, why can’t I?’ Something clicked and we talked about it and that was big. I never really looked back. Since then I’ve had this Tyler Hansborough mentality, like a psycho-Mitch thing. I’m always trying to work harder than people on the court.” [emphasis added]