Found August 21, 2013 on UM Hoops:
The fourth segment of our conversation with Josh Bartelstein focuses on the Final Four in Atlanta, Georgia. Previously: The Book | Highs and Lows | Mitch McGary and the NCAA tournament It felt like you guys took the momentum from that win against Kansas straight through to the next two games. There are certain games you’re not supposed to win, and that was the game we weren’t supposed to win and we won it. The teams that get to the Final Four, it isn’t just smooth sailing — you’re going to have to overcome something. That was the game that we looked at and said we got the game we had to steal, not we just have to play good basketball. Getting ready for Florida, when I was watching Florida and we spent one day just learning all about them. That’s one of the cool things about the book is we have sections on how we prepare for an NCAA tournament game. We were watching, and I thought we were going to score a ton of points. They had no one to guard Mitch and they weren’t good at guardin...
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