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Michigan Men's Basketball

Catching up with former Michigan guard Zack Novak

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

The Daily sat down with Zack Novak to talk about his new gig as a business analyst for McKinsey & Company, playing overseas and the current state of Michigan basketball.

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A letter from camp: Scenes from Michigan basketball's vaunted summer workout program

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Motivation is a cornerstone of what Sanderson asks from his players at “camp,” so there’s no shortage of it anywhere in the building. Trey Burke’s Associated Press National Player of the Year trophy is front and center in the lobby, sharing a case with Michigan’s 2013 South Regional Championship hardware.

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Bound for Italy, Michigan preparing for season

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

On Friday, Michigan heads to Italy for 10 days, giving coach John Beilein an opportunity to see the incoming freshmen in game action and figure out how he’s going to fill the spots of five departed players from last year’s team.

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Men's Basketball

Michigan to open against Oregon at Legends Classic

BY JAKE LOURIM

The Wolverines will host the Ann Arbor regional Nov. 17 and 21 against Bucknell and Detroit, respectively. They will then head to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn for a Nov. 24 semifinal matchup with Oregon at 9 p.m.

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Men's basketball releases 2014-15 non-conference schedule

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“Once again, we expect our overall strength of a schedule will be one of the best in the NCAA,"said Michigan coach John Beilein.

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Daniel Feldman: John Beilein's refusal to leave

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

It was nearly midnight. John Beilein finally left the building.

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Robinson falls to Timberwolves at 40 in NBA Draft

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

As the end of the 2014 NBA Draft first round came to a close, it started to become more and more unclear where Glenn Robinson III would land. Then, all of a sudden, his named was announced, and the Minnesota Timberwolves acquired his rights with the 40th pick.

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Stauskas selected eighth overall by Sacramento Kings

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

With the eighth pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, the Kings selected the former Michigan guard, making him the highest Michigan player selected since Jamal Crawford was selected eighth overall in the 2000 draft.

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Reality finally setting in for Stauskas

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

The 6-foot-6 Michigan product will soon be able to think of his longtime hobby as a job.

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NBA Draft Analysis: Glenn Robinson III

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

With the future of NBA prospects soon to be announced, the Daily takes a look at Robinson’s time at Michigan and which jersey he might wear next.

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