With football concluding the first episode of Inside Michigan Basketball aired on sunday. Included a nice preview and recap of the season so far. Enjoy. GO BLUE!!
We have problems. A lot of them. It's nice to think about them after a win over a power conference team.
Moe Wagner is the best player on this team.
The attendance was turrible again. The students showed up and did their job.
9pm games on weeknights can blow me.
Not in the face on Saturday, please
UCLA is looking like a top-5 team so far. Next Saturday's game at Pauley Pavillion could get real ugly if we aren't hitting shots
TV: BTN+ ($)
I believe we all remember Draymond Green's superb ninja skills from last season's playoffs against the Oklahoma City Thunder when he "accidentally" kicked Steven Adams in the man-parts region.
Well, his ninja skills came back in full force last night in an epic double-overtime game against the Houston Rockets:
I must say, Draymond must be doing his stretches because he got some serious height on that leg kick.
He can be frustrated all he wants, but it is absolutely not natural to have 1 leg do that regardless of the contact and foul (which was called on Harden).
Here's another article and video:
I'm not very clued in to basketball, and I was hoping the community could explain something from last night's game (sorry to go poking around that open wound).
It seemed to me that VT got to the line, A LOT; like they were in the double bonus while Michigan was still inbounding the ball after a non-shooting foul. I checked the box score, and sure enough VT was 19-21 on free throws and our Wolverines were 4-7. (The whole game in a nut shell right there; they had fewer misses on 21 attempts than we did on 7!)
However, I've seen no consternation at all among our community, either during the game or after. I saw no reaction from the Michigan bench. Were all those foul calls (and non-calls) legit? Is there a reason why we maize and blue colored glasses wearing fans have no beef with the officials? I'm not looking to start a controversy; I honestly believe there is something about BB I don't understand.