The Michigan Daily sat down with Scarlet Knights coach Eddie Jordan at Big Ten Media Day in October.
In an attack heavily reliant on the 3-pointer, any impediment to the Wolverines’ perimeter ball screens presents a major roadblock.
Walton scored 13 points in the second half, including a 3-pointer in the game’s final seconds.
The Wolverines stayed true to their reputation of being a team that lives and dies by the 3-pointer, shooting 52 percent from beyond the arc.
The Daily got the chance to catch up with Miles and talk about his approach going into press conferences, his thoughts on Donald Trump and even a little hoops.
For Robinson, routine leads to rhythm. So when Rutgers comes to town next Wednesday, don’t expect the sharpshooter to change his pregame activities.
Michigan appeared lucky to be playing a Big Ten bottom-dweller as it struggled in all aspects of the game.
If the Michigan men’s basketball team’s upset of then-No. 3 Maryland was a pretty performance — just the right mix of 3-point bombs, high-energy defense and timely shooting — Wednesday’s win over Minnesota at Crisler Center was downright ugly.
This week, as Michigan looks ahead, it can breathe a small sigh of relief. The menu for the next 10 days includes a helping of the Big Ten’s bottom feeders.
With Caris LeVert still sidelined with a lower left leg injury, the Michigan men’s basketball team searched hard for a winning combination against No. 16 Iowa on Sunday.