Found August 19, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Recently-graduated former Michigan basketball captain Josh Bartelstein has returned to the United States after spending some time abroad, and he brings good news: He will be releasing, along with Zack Novak, an e-book chronicling the Michigan basketball team’s rise to prominence over the past three years, with a specific focus on this past season. We sat down with Josh to talk in detail about his new book, last season’s NCAA tournament run and much more. Stay tuned for subsequent installments over the next couple of days. Here’s part one, focusing on Bartelstein’s e-book. (Photo: iSportsWeb) What have you been up to this summer? This summer, I traveled a lot. One of the things as a student-athlete that you don’t get to do is go abroad — you don’t really have any free time. So I went to Israel, France and Spain this summer. For the first time in a long time, I didn’t have to worry about working out or the food I ate. Just to be a normal person was nice. Then, I got back and I’ve been...
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