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Tweet Jalen Rose were teammates on the infamous Michigan “Fab Five” team that advanced all the way to the NCAA Finals two seasons in a row, with the second ending after Webber called a time out in 1993 that Michigan didn’t have, resulting in a technical foul. Ouch. With the Wolverines returning to the title [...]
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Michigan basketball will play in their first NCAA championship game since 1993 when they square off with Louisville on Monday night for ultimate bragging rights. Their opponent will be the #1 seeded Louisville Cardinals. The game will air on CBS and tip is set for 9:20 eastern.
Michigan has now rolled through a 13-seed in South Dakota State, 5-seed VCU, 1...
John Beilein and Bacari Alexander were available at Michigan’s locker room after the Wolverines lost to Louisville in the championship game on Monday evening. Watch Michigan’s head coach and his assistant discuss the loss in the embedded media players below.
Alexander after the jump.
Trey Burke was awarded yet another Player of Year honor as the Naismith Player of the Year was announced at the NABC Guardians of the Game Awards Show on Sunday evening.
The Naismith award is the fourth major Player of the Year honor that Burke received this weekend in Atlanta. Burke also received Associated Press, John Wooden and USBWA Oscar Roberston Player of the Year awards...
Sometimes it's not how many fouls your team has but which players have them.
That was the case for Michigan on Monday night in Atlanta, where the Wolverines lost the NCAA championship game to Louisville, 82-76.
With Trey Burke exiled to the bench with two fouls for most of the first half and Mitch McGary being yanked in and out of the game, especially after picking up his...
John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Spike Albrecht were on the podium for Michigan after its championship game loss to Louisville. Read comments from Beilein and his players in the transcript below.
COACH BEILEIN: I’ve had a lot of really good teams over the years, some emotional locker rooms. That one was as emotional, or most emotional we’ve ever...
Shortly before CBS cut to Trey Burke receiving the Naismith Award as the top player in the country, the Michigan point guard wasn’t even the best...
In Michigan’s semifinal win over Syracuse, the Wolverines called there final timeout with 1:51 left in the game. Then Michigan found themselves in a similar position.
Twenty years ago Michigan was down to North Carolina late, and Chris Weber dribbled the ball up the court, only to call a timeout when Michigan didn’t have one. Michigan could have tied or won the game. So Michigan...
Mitch McGary has been the story of the NCAA tournament leading into tonight's championship game. Now Michigan's talented frosh hopes to write another memorable chapter. The Wolverines' star big man met with the media to discuss the trust he recently earned from his teammates and coaches, the freedom he has to be a playmaker on the floor, the challenges Louisville presents...
Congratulations to Louisville in sealing what has been an entertaining National Championship Game at the Georgia Dome. But we should also send our congratulatory thoughts to Michigan, Wichita State and Syracuse, as these four teams gave us a memorable weekend … Continue reading →
Michigan got a huge boost from its bench in its 61-56 victory over Syracuse Saturday. Spike Albrecht, Caris LeVert, and Jordan Morgan all stepped up with major contributions, and based upon tonight’s championship opponent, there’s a good chance that all three will be called upon to play similar roles against Louisville.
Watch Michigan’s press conference after its five point win over Syracuse on Saturday night as John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary face the media on the podium.
Read the full transcript here.
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