Found August 22, 2013 on UM Hoops:
The fifth and final segment of our conversation with Josh Bartelstein focuses on the Fab Five’s interaction with Michigan in Atlanta and what Bartelstein expects to see from Michigan next season. Previously: The Book | Highs and Lows | Mitch McGary and the NCAA tournament | The Final Four The Fab Five were all there, and four of them came into the locker room after the National Championship. What did you make of them joining you guys in the locker room? At first, it was a little like, what are these guys doing here, they haven’t been a part of this team or a part of this program for a really long time. But then, once all the media cleared out they spoke. And I thought Juwan (Howard) really had a great message: they were here for us. They were here to link Michigan past and the present and the future together. And he said one of the greatest accomplishments this team will have is bringing Michigan basketball back. They weren’t there to talk to the media, they weren’t there for themse...

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