Found November 03, 2011 on CLNS Radio:
PLAYERS: Tim Hardaway
Recently, CLNS writer Nick Sannicandro wrote a piece on homosexuality in sports.  In it, he expressed the opinion that the culture of fear pervasive in sports is keeping professional athletes in the closet.  I do not agree with many of his conclusions, and in fact, previously wrote an article putting forth different ideas.  He and I have different opinions, both expressed publicly, yet neither of us had to be shamed or kowtowed.  Imagine that. At the end of Sannicandro’s post, professional provocateur Mike Munger wrote the following comment regarding former NBA player John Amaechi:  I’m sure there have been plenty of gay ball players throughout the years. My biggest issue is that it wasn’t convenient for Amaechi to come out about it until he wrote a book. While I don’t condone any kind of homophobic behavior in sports, it needs to be understood that sports are one of the last things left in the world where men feel like they can act like men. Sports are driven by A LOT of testostero...

Hardaway leads No. 18 Michigan to exhibition win

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 20 points and Zack Novak added 14 to lead No. 18 Michigan to a 47-39 exhibition victory over Wayne State on Friday night. Hardaway fueled a cold-shooting Wolverines offense, scoring 15 points in the second half. Michigan won despite shooting only 37.3 percent from the field, including 5 of 24 from 3-point range. Perimeter shooting has been a staple of coach...

Wednesday Links: Hardaway Featured, PDC Video Tour & Preseason Rankings

Photo: Michigan Daily The Shadow of a Name: How Tim Hardaway Jr. has formed his basketball identity Tim Hardaway Jr. profiled by the Michigan Daily Video: Men’s Hoops Sees Player Development Center Evan Smotrycz serves as your tour guide through the new PDC North Carolina, Kentucky top 2011-12 preseason power rankings Luke Winn’s preseason power rankings are a bit less optimistic...

Hardaway leads way in low-scoring exhibition win over Wayne State

It was a mild surprise when the PA announcer called sophomore Jon Horford's name during introductions Friday night in Michigan's game against Wayne State. That was about the only surprise as Michigan cruised to a ho-hum, 47-39 exhibition victory at Crisler Arena. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 14 second-half points among his team-high 20.

Recap: Michigan 47, Wayne State 39

Photo: Related: Box score / Beilein Post Game / Hardaway, Burke Post Game / Highlights Luckily this game was just a dress rehearsal. Playing its first game with a freshman point guard in a newly renovated Crisler Arena, nothing seemed to go smoothly for Michigan. From the game on the court, to the scoreboard lacking any stats, everything was just slightly misaligned...

Hardaway leads No. 18 Michigan to exhibition win

Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 20 points and Zack Novak added 14 to lead No. 18 Michigan to a 47-39 exhibition victory over Wayne State on Friday night.

Video: Tim Hardaway Jr., Zack Novak and Jordan Morgan Talk Exhibition Game

The Michigan basketball team met with the media this afternoon to discuss their first exhibition game against Wayne State on Friday at 7 p.m. Hardaway, Novak and Morgan were all available, the later two which you can find after the jump.

Video: Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. Talk Wayne St. Exhibition Win

Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. both met with the media after Michigan’s 47-39 exhibition win over Wayne State. You can find Hardaway’s interview after the jump.
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