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Our weekly look at how Michigan recruiting commitments and targets fared across the country including statistics, videos and photos. We’ve also refreshed our Class of 2014 Recruiting Board.
Chandler Park continued along its treacherous early season schedule with games against Detroit Southeastern, Chicago Hyde Park and Detroit Pershing.
We posted video of Walton in action against Hyde Park as he scored 32 points in the win. However, Southeastern and Pershing got the best of Walton’s Chandler Park squad. Walton had 26 points in the 19 point loss to Southeastern and was stifled by a Pershing 2-3 zone in the second half en route to 21 points in that 10 point loss.
After the jump, we track Beilein to scout a number of in-state prospects and 2015 target Luke Kennard ties a future Hall of Famer with a scoring record at the Beach Ball Classic.
Anthony Wayne lost its first game of the year, 56-42 to unbeaten Toledo Central Catholic. Do...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Michigan basketball (13-0) wasted little time reasserting their non-conference dominance, this time against a helpless Central Michigan team. The #2 ranked Wolverines, behind a double-double from Trey Burke, did their thing and came away with a rock solid 88-73 win over the Chippewas.
How Michigan Won
The Wolverines erased any notion of having to shake off some Christmas break rust...
Vince Edwards, a versatile wing prospect out of Middletown, Ohio, shot up Michigan recruiting boards after two of the Wolverines’ top combo forward targets committed elsewhere. The Wolverines have been in on the 6-foot-7 combo player throughout the summer but mutual interest continues to rise steadily. An offer is awaiting Edwards when he visits Ann Arbor and he finally appears...
John Beilein spoke with assembled media after Michigan’s 88-73 victory over Central Michigan Saturday night. Regarding Tim Hardaway Jr.’s injury, the coach did not say whether or not Hardaway will be ready to play against Northwestern and would not define the nature of the injury other than saying it was an “ankle injury.” You can watch the full press conference using the...
1) Trey Burke opens the game on a tear
It’s getting a little tiring writing about all the ways in which Trey Burke has excelled this year, but judging by how the point guard has played of late, we might as well just get used to it. Burke was spectacular again against Central Michigan, and again he jump-started the Michigan offense early. After struggling from beyond the arc against...
After over a week off during the holidays, Michigan takes the court again this evening to wrap up its non-conference schedule against visiting Central Michigan. Tip off is scheduled for 7 p.m. eastern with Greg Kelser and Justin Kutcher handling broadcasting duties for the Big Ten Network. Join in the discussion before, during and after the game in the comments section...