Found April 03, 2013 on
The Victory Formation:
The NCAA Tournament has been full of exciting moments and fantastic finishes. We are now on on to the Final Four in Atlanta, which will have some fresh faces playing in their very first Final Four. As we prepare for … Continue reading →
BEST OF MAXIM
Chad Ford is of the opinion that Mitch McGary could be a first round pick:
McGary’s stock is clearly on the rise. What’s harder to gauge is where exactly to put him in our Top 100. While GMs warn that you can’t put too much stock on the NCAA tournament, McGary’s situation is unique. He didn’t play big minutes, or a starting role on Michigan until the Big Ten Tournament...
It’s understandable for the NBA to be interested in Mitch McGary. At a deceptively coordinated and agile 6-foot-10, his ceiling is hard to place, not to mention the fact that his production has been rapidly increasing throughout the NCAA tournament.
McGary is averaging 17 point and 11 rebounds in tournament games, his best performances coming against some of the country’s best...
Michigan freshman center, Mitch McGary, has been a source of energy for the Wolverines this NCAA Tournament. The talented freshman discusses his intense playing style and how he has embraced his new starting role.
Mitch McGary, Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas and Jordan Morgan were also available to speak with media following Michigan’s Tuesdsay practice. You can watch interviews with each of them using the embedded media players below.
Robinson, Stauskas and Morgan after the jump.
Before the NCAA Tournament started two weeks ago, Dove, which is sponsoring this post, asked us to come up with some of the fresh faces of the tournament. The idea was to point out some star players participating in the tourney for the first time. Not one of the players remains in the tournament.
We have updates on how those players did in the tournament and what their futures hold...
It has been 20 years since Michigan last reached the Final Four. That is, of course, if you ignore vacated records since Michigan's Fab Five had both their 1992 and 1993 Final Four appearances (and national title game appearances) wiped from the record books.
Regardless, this is an exciting time in the state of Michigan because, for the first time in more than 20 years both...