“That’s why Michigan has lagged behind Michigan State in basketball, and frankly, right now, that’s why Michigan State has evened the playing field.”
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a huge Michael Jordan fan. Would I want to see him play once more?
Jalen Rose and his team were talking to eighth grade students and parents at the Flagship Academy school about the next step after middle school.
A somber Rose advised Michigan’s young team to “keep grinding, keep working,” and praised them for “playing through adversity all season.”
For University of Michigan basketball fans, it doesn’t get any better than this: the Wolverines will take on Louisville in Atlanta for the national title tonight, and everyone on campus is getting ready for the party.
Michigan is back in the Sweet Sixteen for the first time since 1994.
2005 Kettering University graduate Brian Olatunji and his Leadfoot Foundation partnered with the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy, a Detroit charter school founded by former NBA and University of Michigan star Jalen Rose, to provide backpacks filled with school supplies to the school’s 240 students at an event Sept. 4.
“To use the nickname just points and screams of lazy journalism by the national media, that’s really what it is,” Rose said.
Jalen Rose wants it to be very clear. He loves the US Olympic Team.
The founder of the Jalen Rose Leadership Academy — a charter school in Detroit that has been described as a “model for urban education” — called WWJ Newsradio 950 on Saturday to give a progress report on the school’s first year in operation.