CBS Sports College Hoops Confidential: Michigan

Submitted by MGoBender on February 16th, 2013 at 7:50 PM

A good watch if you have 22 minutes to spare! I searched around a bit and haven't seen anything posted, so apologies in advance if I missed it.



February 16th, 2013 at 8:53 PM ^

How last season I was lambasted on this blog because I pointed out after we lost at IU how poor Tim Hardaway Jr's shot selection was. Now every single announcer who talks about or does a M game talks about how Timmy has improved greatly in his decision making. Which he has and I am very impressed with his game this season. Just love how blind people are sometimes or how they care how the post is formatted rather than its actual real content.


February 16th, 2013 at 8:58 PM ^

There's no doubt that THJ had a reputation of poor shot selection.

I was always more critical of his lack a defensive progress.

Both have made great strides and it will be important going forward for that progress to continue.


February 17th, 2013 at 1:31 AM ^

So, you've been holding on to this anger for a year it seems. Just guessing, and I very we'll could be wrong, but I have a felling it was much more how you said it rather than what was said. There was much agreement on the board last year that Timmy had poor shot selection.

Hercules Mulligan

February 16th, 2013 at 9:02 PM ^

Whether  they win the Championship, or not. I'm proud I root for a team, that has kids that are smart, caring and articulate .  John Beilein is really building this program, with the right people .


February 16th, 2013 at 9:35 PM ^

The thing that jumped out to me in the video was Beilein talking about recruiting.

I had the chance to hear Ron English talk about recruiting and he talked about finding the right fit for a program is just as important as talent. If you have kids who work hard, are leaders, are role models, and want to be at your school you will have a much better chance to getting those kids to live up to their physical potentials. It seems that is Beilein's strength in recruiting.