Found April 09, 2013 on UM Hoops:
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.
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