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WASHINGTON — If the Nike Global Challenge made one thing crystal clear about Kameron Chatman, it’s that the Class of 2014 prospect will do whatever’s needed of him.
Whether that’s rebounding, deferring offensively, or cheering from the bench, Chatman put on his best team hat during the four-day tournament and his USA West team won four consecutive games and the championship.
“It just gave me a better chance to get better, expose myself, and help my team win, which we did,” said Chatman, who was offered a scholarship by the Wolverines in early June.
The 6-foot-6 wing from the West Coast played limited minutes on a team stacked with talent. Chatman’s west coast team featured four top-20 prospects including Justin Jackson (UNC), Stanley Johnson, Daniel Hamilton and Kelly Oubre.
“I like it — just having Daniel, Stanley, being able to pass — that’s what I like to do,” Chatman said on Friday. “And we winning, so I’m having a good time.”
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The following is a short history of how John Beilein changed the culture of the Michigan Basketball program. In six seasons he has completely revitalized Michigan Basketball and firmly established himself as one of the best coaches in school history.
In 2007, John Beilein inherited a Michigan Basketball program that was stuck in neutral, playing in a decaying arena with an underachieving...
Michigan coach John Beilein is back from the World University games in Russia, eager to resume workouts with the team this summer and ready to get back out on the recruiting trail for the third leg of the July evaluation period starting Wednesday. VIDEO included.
Brady Hoke likes his team, and he wants them to win the Big Ten championship.
The second part of that sentence is not surprising -- Michigan's goal at the start of every season is to win the conference title -- but the first part is unusual for Hoke.
"I don't usually like my team during the summer," Hoke said during Wednesday's media appearance at Big Ten...
John Beilein returned from Russia and was back on the recruiting trail over the weekend, watching live evaluation action in Washington D.C., Milwaukee, Cincinnati throughout the evaluation weekend.
Michigan’s head coach checked in on Devin Booker, Kameron Chatman, Jordan Barnett and Elijah Thomas in Washington D.C.; Kevon Looney, Stephen Zimmerman, Diamond Stone and Jalen Brunson...
Reaching across enemy lines, Brady Hoke’s kind gesture will provide a young Buckeye fan with energy and a memory of a lifetime. (MGoBlog, Flickr)
With one special move, Brady Hoke earned plenty of karma points in Columbus, East Lansing and heck, most other Big Ten campuses where the Michigan Wolverines are considered public enemy number one.
Like everyone, Hoke was apparently moved...
Two weeks ago, we told you about the story of Grant Reed, a young Buckeyes die-hard who recently beat cancer. The best part? He had named his cancer “Michigan.”
Michigan fans were extremely classy about this, and even the official Wolverines Twitter account tweeted its support for Reed. Today, Michigan head coach Brady Hoke continued the positive reaction — by giving Reed and...
Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III have spent a large part of their summers traveling to LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Amare Stoudemire’s Nike camps. The invitation only events provide an opportunity to compete against other college stars but more importantly to showcase their skills in front of NBA scouts. The motivation behind the camps is no secret, the 2014 NBA Draft process...
File photo from spring game.
THE MODERATOR: We're joined by Brady Hoke.
COACH HOKE: First off, I know we're all excited that you're all here and you took the opportunity to travel up here and it's really an honor and a privilege to represent the University of Michigan and the team 134.
We've got 12 days until fall camp, look forward to it. We've...
Brady Hoke is inviting the young Ohio State fan who named his cancer ''Michigan'' to see the Buckeyes play the Wolverines.
Michigan's coach has offered Grant Reed tickets to this year's matchup between the two rivals in Ann Arbor. A Michigan spokesman confirmed that Hoke called Reed and his family Monday.
Columbus, Ohio, TV station WCMH reports the 12-year...
WASHINGTON — Jordan Barnett finally got his chance to play in front of John Beilein, even if he didn’t know Michigan’s head coach was watching him.
The Class of 2014 prospect hasn’t received an offer from Michigan but played in the Nike Global Challenge during the second July evaluation period. Barnett was watched by John Beilein and LaVall Jordan, who were both in D.C. for...
I’m going to attempt to divert your attention away from steroid scandals and onto something that will warm your insides.
In a unique story courtesy of Jerod Smalley of NBC4i.com, Michigan Wolverines football coach Brady Hoke, has befriended 12-year-old cancer patient Grant Reed, who is a fan of the Ohio State Buckeyes, a rival team.
Grant dislikes Michigan so much, that he named...
via SI Kids
There is very little more motivating than seeing a cancer patient with a “whatever it takes” attitude. Two weeks ago, 12-year old cancer patient Grant Reed’s story became public after he, an Ohio State fan, nicknamed his brain tumor “Michigan.”
On Monday, NBC4 in Columbus reported that Brady Hoke is trying to win over Reed’s heart by offering him four Michigan...
You want good football news? Brady Hoke gave four OSU-Michigan tickets to the boy who beat the cancer he named “Michigan.”