As the old saying goes -“you don’t know what you’ve got, until its gone.” Anyone that is remotely associated with Michigan can feel that sentiment hit a lot closer to home now that John Beilein is moving onward to the Cleveland Cavaliers. It leaves quite a hole behind that the Wolverines will not soon forget.
Breaking News for you on this fine Monday Morning- Michigan Basketball head coach John Beilein has agreed to a five-year deal to become the head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. To Michigan fans, this is an utter shock, and has people up north thinking, “Can I just hit the reset button on today?”
However, to the Cavs, the reaction is mixed. Allow me, a Michigan Fan, to break this down for you.
The Virginia Cavaliers are the national champions of college basketball, as much as it pains me to say it. 353 teams were cut down to 68, 64, 32, 16, eight, four, and two, and the one team we were left with was the one from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville. Continue reading →
After another year’s worth of drama, suspense, and, of course, madness, the best 4 teams have been sussed out of the original 68 and we have two more games to go from one of the best four teams to THE best team in the country. The Final Four will take place in Minneapolis and feature (2)Michigan State vs. (3)Texas Tech and (1)Virginia vs. (5)Auburn. There are 15 appearances between the four teams, Michigan State owns 10 of them, while Texas Tech and Auburn are reaching their first ever Final Four in school history. There’s a ton of great talent and NBA caliber talent looking to go and show out in front of the nation.
As we get closer to the NBA Draft, we begin to near the end of the college careers of many of the best players across the country. Bol Bol has already declared for the draft, Zion Williamson has played his last game before his NBA journey begins, and Ja Morant is all but guaranteed to become the first top-five pick the Ohio Valley Conference has produced since Jim Baechtold, all the way back in 1952, in a few months’ time. But I’m not interested in talking about those players, at least not in this segment. Continue reading →