Tim Hardaway Jr
Tom Izzo knows what to expect when it comes to his basketball team.
There are some familiar NBA names lighting up college basketball courts this season.
Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. are the catalysts for a Michigan offense that ranks among the best in the nation.
No matter how many wins Michigan piles up, Trey Burke insisted one thing will not change. The Wolverines will keep seeing themselves as underdogs, even after nights like this.
With all the reaction to the Michigan-Ohio (State) football game on Saturday, Michigan fans might have failed to realize that the Wolverine basketball team is off to one of the better starts in school history.
Junior guard Tim Hardaway Jr. (Miami, Fla./Palmetto Senior) of the University of Michigan men’s basketball team was named the Big Ten Player of the Week today (Monday, Nov. 12) by the conference office.
Tim Hardaway, Jr. of Michigan scored 21 points and Jeremy Lamb of NCAA champion Connecticut tipped in his own miss with 29 seconds to play to give the United States a 78-77 victory over Australia on Sunday in the fifth-place game of FIBA’s Under 19 World Championships.
Lithuania blasted the US U-19 team by 33 points exactly one week earlier.
Tim Hardaway Jr. was born in March 1992, the same month the Fab Five captivated the college basketball world by swaggering their way to the Final Four as freshmen.
In Michigan’s one-point loss to Wisconsin, there were seven ties and 10 lead changes. Michigan’s largest lead was just five points, and the Wolverines were never down by more than four.