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Much of the focus on Michigan this season has revolved around the Wolverines tremendous transition offense, Trey Burke’s player of the year resume and the talented crop of freshmen that John Beilein brought to Ann Arbor. Or, more recently, Michigan’s floundering defensive mettle.
Out-of-bounds plays and after timeout situations can feel mundane when compared to transition offense or gaudy statistics but they are far from insignificant. While they aren’t the most prevalent scenarios by any means – 8% of Michigan’s logged half court possessions in Synergy Sports are baseline out of bounds plays, 5% are sideline out of bounds plays and 22% originate after a timeout – but they can be vitally important.
Big Ten teams average 5.4 possessions sideline or baseline out of bounds plays per game. That’s not enough to impact every game but it is enough to make a difference in close games.
Michigan’s execution out of deadball scenarios has been criticized from time to time but cr...
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Michigan Basketball (25-5, 12-5) will host Indiana (25-5, 13-4) on Sunday afternoon at Crisler Center. Tip is scheduled for 4pm and the game will be televised on CBS. The University of Michigan has declared the game a Maize Out, which means all fans are supposed to wear Maize. Fan clappers will also be distributed to add to the atmosphere at Crisler Center.
Both teams have been...
Michigan Basketball (25-5, 12-5) pulled out a hard fought 80-75 victory at Purdue (14-16, 7-10) on Wednesday night. The Wolverines were able to overcome a career day by Terone Johnson, who scored 32 points, and kept their Big Ten title hopes alive.
How the game was won
Michigan opened up an early 12 point lead, but Purdue stormed back behind 13 first half points from...
John Beilein met with media during his post-game press conference after Michigan’s 80-75 win over Purdue in West Lafayette. You can watch using the embedded media player below or read selected notes and quotes after the jump.
Opening statement: “I think I said to our press last week that one of the keys to winning on the road is at least get off to a good start. I thought...
If the Michigan Wolverines win a share of the Big Ten championship on Sunday, they should immediately do two things.
First, of course, would be to cut down the nets. But at the same time, they might as well lift Trey Burke's jersey into the Crisler Center rafters.
Not only because it will give the Wolverines two conference titles in his two seasons two more than the Fab Five...
Sunday is not just Michigan’s biggest home game of the season, the Wolverines will also host their biggest recruiting day as well.
John Beilein and his staff plan to host both class of 2014 prospects with outstanding offers, Devin Booker and Trevon Bluiett, as well as the two 2014 targets that appear most likely to add a Michigan offer, Vince Edwards and Ricky Doyle.
John Beilein, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. all met with the media this afternoon to discuss Michigan’s home rematch with Indiana on Sunday. A Michigan win will give the Wolverines their second consecutive share of the Big Ten title. Watch all three in the embedded media players below:
Burke and Hardaway after the jump.
Trey Burke put Michigan on his back to down the stretch to lead Michigan to a comeback victory at Purdue. Burke finished with 26 points, 22 in the second half, and seven assists to just one turnover in the Michigan win. Watch what Burke along with teammates Nik Stauskas and Tim Hardaway Jr., who both hit critical shots in Michigan’s comeback, had to say in the embedded media player...
The Big Ten is the nation’s premier basketball conference this season, with five ranked teams and three in the top 10: Indiana, Michigan and Michigan State.
Thus it’s not surprising that a Big Ten star is the Bovada favorite to win the Associated Press Player of the Year award this season: Wolverines sophomore guard Trey Burke at 7-4.
Michigan has had some terrific players in...
Our weekly feature tracking the performance of Michigan players over two game segments. Photo: Dustin Johnston
Trey Burke: 10 (Last Week: 7)
Michigan’s star point guard continued his downright legendary season over the past two games, wins over Michigan State at home and Purdue on the road. His averages over those two games: 23.5 points, 7.5 assists, 4 steals and 1.5 turnovers...
In a straw poll of 64 voters, Michigan's Trey Burke, Georgetown's Otto Porter and Indiana's Victor Oladipo received the most votes.
Trey Burke had 26 points and five rebounds to lead No. 7 Michigan's rally to an 80-75 victory over Purdue on Wednesday night.
Terone Johnson scored a career-high 35 points and Rapheal Davis added 15 for Purdue (14-16 7-10 Big Ten), who have lost five of their last seven games.
Nik Stauskas had 17 points and Tim Hardaway, Jr. had 16 points and five rebounds for the Wolverines...
The Big Ten widely has been considered the best conference in the nation this season, and it may be no surprise the league race has come down to the final day with four teams seeking at least a share of the championship.
It's not exactly a coincidence, either, that a matchup between those thought to be the conference's top two teams ultimately will decide it.
Michigan will play for a share of the Big Ten Championship on Sunday and Trey Burke wouldn’t have it any other way.
Trailing Purdue by 12 points with...
Michigan coach John Beilein updates the status of freshman guard Nik Stauskas after leaving Sunday’s game vs. Michigan State and looks to today's road trip to Purdue.