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It’s usually easy to draw conclusions about a player’s career when they move on. Zack Novak will always be remembered for his leadership. Trey Burke will be remembered for perfecting the point guard position as a sophomore. But it’s tough to decipher how Tim Hardaway Jr. should be remembered after his three year career in Ann Arbor. It’s tough because perception of Hardaway changed with each passing moment as his performance varied wildly over three seasons.
Looking at the big picture, Hardaway had an extremely impressive career. It was his offensive explosion in February and March of 2011 that carried Michigan to the NCAA tournament during his freshman season. Hardaway started every game (other than missing this year’s CMU game with an injury) in three years and the Wolverines made the NCAA tournament every season. He averaged 13.9 points or better each year and was a critical player on Michigan’s first Big Ten Championship and first Final Four teams in decades. Tim Ha...
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Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr. has scheduled a news conference for 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Crisler Center to announce whether he will turn pro or return for his junior year.
Teammate Trey Burke held a similar news conference Sunday and announced he was jumping to the NBA after two seasons in Ann Arbor.
Michigan announced that Tim Hardaway Jr. will be having a press conference at 3 p.m. to announce whether he’ll return to school or enter the NBA Draft after his junior season.
Hardaway is projected as a fringe first round pick or a second round pick by most draft prognosticators and was named Michigan’s Most Improved Player after averaging 15 points and five rebounds per game...
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, Tim Hardaway Jr. will forgo his senior season and enter the NBA Draft. Hardaway has a press conference scheduled for 3 pm this afternoon.
Hardaway is the second Michigan player to enter the NBA Draft early this season, joining Trey Burke. Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary, both projected as first round picks, have yet...
Hardaway Jr. has the size and athletic ability for the NBA, just don’t know see him as a “WOW” NBA prospect.
Michigan junior Tim Hardaway Jr., will enter the NBA draft, sources tell Y! Sports.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) April 17, 2013
Will Hardaway become the second Wolverine to declare early for this year’s NBA Draft?
Will Tim Hardaway Jr. follow Trey Burke into the 2013 NBA Draft? We’ll know the answer soon enough.
Tim Hardaway, Jr. making his decision today on his NBA future. Press conference at 3 pm.
— Brad Galli (@BradGalli) April 17, 2013
Michigan coach John Beilein said at Monday night’s annual...
After three seasons in Ann Arbor, Michigan guard Tim Hardaway Jr. announced at a press conference Wednesday afternoon that he’ll be forgoing his senior year with the Wolverines and enter the 2013 NBA draft. Hardaway Jr. and John Beilein discuss the decision inside.
Michigan junior Tim Hardaway Jr. announced at a press conference Wednesday afternoon at Crisler Center that he plans to forgo his senior season in Ann Arbor and declare for the 2013 NBA draft. Hardaway Jr. announces and takes questions from the podium.
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Michigan standout Tim Hardaway Jr. and UCLA freshman Shabazz Muhammad have each decided to declare for the 2013 NBA Draft.
Hardaway Jr. is a 6’6″ junior guard who played and started in all 107 games of his Michigan career, averaging 14.3 points and 4.11 rebounds, per game.
Shabazz, as expected, is one...
John Beilein and Tim Hardaway Jr. were available to comment individually about Hardaway’s decision to forgo his senior season at Michigan and enter the 2013 NBA draft. You can watch both interviews using the embedded media players below.
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