Found January 02, 2013 on UM Hoops:
John Beilein, Nik Stauskas and Eso Akunne met with the media on Wednesday morning to discuss Michigan’s Big Ten opener at Northwestern (Thursday, 7 p.m.). Beilein focused on the difficulty of guarding Northwestern’s offense while Stauskas made several bold statements about his three point shooting ability and how it stacks up nationally. Beilein provided a brief update on Tim Hardaway Jr. (ankle), who remains questionable for Thursday’s game. Hardaway participated in some light drills but needs “just enough rest” to prevent the injury from lingering. Stauskas and Akunne videos after the jump.
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