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Junior Tim Hardaway came to Michigan with hopes of being successful with the Michigan basketball team. He has worked on his game and his leadership to help put the Wolverines in position to win a National title.
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Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway, and Mitch McGary talk about the crucial plays -- and players -- tonight.
ATLANTA, April 6 – Tim Hardaway Jr. provided 13 points, six rebounds and five assists Saturday, sending the Michigan Wolverines to the NCAA Championship Game with a 61-56 win over Syracuse.
The fight was intense yet the Wolverines never felt like they were losing their grip on the game despite a less-than-stellar showing from their star attraction Trey Burke.
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Transcript: Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway, Spike Albrecht talk about the tough loss and the season.
Michigan junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. talks discusses how the basketball program has made strides these past seasons, his NBA decision timeline, the thought of coming back next season, getting advice from his father and Trey Burke and more***Watch Full Video***
Tonight’s NCAA title game between Michigan and Louisville has been a back-and-forth affair highlighted by monster dunks and streaky 3-point shooting. Tim Hardaway Jr. produced the latest highlight reel play, driving down the lane and dunking with authority midway through the second half.
His father, former NBA player Tim Hardaway, was very impressed.
Michigan's Tim Hardaway Jr. skied up to thrown down an insane dunk against Louisville in the second half of the 2013 NCAA championship game.
Tweet Midway through the second half of Monday’s National Championship game, the Michigan Wolverines had squandered a double-digit lead from the first half and were trying to catch back up to Louisville. They managed to keep things close for the entire half, but it really looked like the momentum might swing towards Big Blue after [...]
Michigan shooting guard Tim Hardaway Jr. addresses the Wolverine's "little" guards, contributions off the bench from some unlikely heroes, coming up with words to describe the win over Syracuse, and prepping for the national championship against Louisville.
Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Jordan Morgan were available in the locker room after Michigan’s loss to Louisville on Monday evening. Watch all three players in the embedded media players below.
Hardaway and Morgan after the jump.
Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke and Caris LeVert were all available to speak with media following Michigan’s 61-56 Final Fouor win over Syracuse. The players talked about facing the Orange’s vaunted zone, production from unexpected players and more. You can watch all three interviews using the embedded media players below.
Hardaway and LeVert after the jump.
Michigan’s starting backcourt was also available in breakout sessions this afternoon. Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Nik Stauskas will face arguably the best pressure defense in the country on Monday evening and discussed the upcoming challenge. Watch all three players in the embedded media players below.
Hardaway and Stauskas after the jump.