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Michigan Men's Basketball

Notebook: Wolverines focus on improvement, not Morris’ draft stock

Erin Kirkland/Daily

BY LUKE PASCH

Michigan men's basketball fans are on edge as of late, with the recent news that sophomore point guard Darius Morris submitted his name to the NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee.

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Morris submits name to NBA Undergraduate Advisory Committee, hasn't yet entered draft

Jake Fromm/Daily

BY BEN ESTES

Reports surfaced over the weekend that Michigan sophomore point guard Darius Morris was ready to enter his name in the NBA Draft and forgo his junior and senior seasons at Michigan. But Morris isn’t leaving the Wolverines — yet.

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Bacari Alexander: The man teaching the posts to be artists in the paint

Marissa McClain/Daily

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

The writing was pretty much on the wall when Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein brought in Bacari Alexander as his assistant. Alexander would be given the formidably difficult task of converting Beilein’s young post contingent into a group that could compete with this year’s resume of big men.

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A glimpse into Michigan's future

Marissa McClain/Daily

BY LUKE PASCH

In the waning moments of Sunday’s game against Duke in the NCAA Round of 32, Darius Morris lifted a floater in the lane to potentially send the contest into overtime. For that precious second, as the ball left his fingertips, the Los Angeles native dreamed of home.

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SportsMonday Column: Renewing the Fab Five swagger is starting to change Michigan basketball

BY RYAN KARTJE

A week after the release of ESPN’s highest-rated documentary ever, one that put the Fab Five on display as poets and revolutionaries of college basketball, rehashing old feuds and sparking an old rivalry, there was Zack Novak and Stu Douglass and there were black shoes, black socks.

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1-3-1 zone helps Michigan hang with Blue Devils

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – It’s pretty rare to stifle Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski. But the Michigan men’s basketball team almost stifled the coach and his top-seeded team into a loss with the help of its 1-3-1 zone on Sunday.

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Morris misses potential game-tying shot, but still helps Blue hang with Duke

Chantel Jennings/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Darius Morris’s family still loves him. As the Michigan men’s basketball sophomore guard walked over to his family in the stands at the end of the Wolverines' 73-71 loss to Duke on Sunday, members of his family told him to keep his head up and received him with open arms.

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Chantel Jennings: The sound of silence

Chantel Jennings/Daily

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — This wasn't a season that could be captured in a still frame. It wasn't a team that could be defined in 900 words. And it wasn't a moment that anyone — not even Darius Morris — had words for.

• COVER: Michigan falls to top-seeded Duke, 73-71

• ANALYSIS: Morris misses final shot, but helps Blue hang with Duke

• ON DEFENSE: 1-3-1 zone helps Michigan hang with Blue Devils

• LIVE BLOG RECAP: Blue takes on top-seeded Duke in Charlotte

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Michigan misses buzzer beater against Duke, falls short of Sweet 16

BY ZAK PYZIK

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — With just 5.6 seconds left in the Michigan men's basketball team's third-round NCAA Tournament game against Duke on Sunday, Morris drove and missed a floater as the buzzer sounded. Michigan fell to the top-seeded Blue Devils, 73-71.

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Michigan falls to top-seeded Duke, 73-71

Chantel Jennings/Daily

BY ZAK PYZIK

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - With just 5.6 seconds left in the Michigan men's basketball team's third-round NCAA Tournament game against Duke on Sunday, Morris drove and missed a floater in the final seconds. Michigan fell to the top-seeded Blue Devils, 73-71.

• COLUMN: Chantel Jennings: The sound of silence

• ANALYSIS: Morris misses final shot, but helps Blue hang with Duke

• LIVE BLOG RECAP: Blue takes on top-seeded Duke in Charlotte

• BREAKDOWN: Eighth-seeded Wolverines square off with powerful No. 1 seed Duke

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