John Beilein Will Return To Michigan

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppFans of Michigan Basketball can finally breathe a sigh of relief. John Beilein has signed an extension that will take him through the year 2023, making nearly 4 million dollars per year. After falling one win short of a 2018 NCAA Championship, it looks like Coach B is still hungry for more. I love the University of Michigan and I am excited about coaching our Men’s Basketball Team next season and in the years to come ! Let’s go hang some more banners at “THE GREATEST…

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Despite Interest from the Orlando Magic, MSU Coach Tom Izzo Will Not Pursue Jump to NBA

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppTom Izzo, one of the most successful coaches in college basketball, has received interest from the Orlando Magic of the NBA for their head coaching vacancy. However, the storied coach has no desire to leave the Spartans for a job in the NBA. The Magic have been underperforming in the recent past. They fired Frank Vogel after an abysmal 54-110 record and have shown no signs of improvement. It is understandable why Orlando would want to hire the former AP College Coach of the Year.…

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Maryland basketball to play its toughest Big Ten schedule, Turgeon says

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppMaryland basketball coach Mark Turgeon has said his team’s 2017-2018 schedule is by far the most difficult itinerary it has faced since joining the Big Ten in 2014, Roman Stubbs of The Washington Post reports.  “This is a really tough league with very talented teams and this is by far the strongest conference schedule we have had since entering the Big Ten,” Turgeon said in a statement. “It is also a very impressive and competitive home schedule, which will be great for our fans. Every year there…

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Jimmer Freddette Re-signs in China

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppJimmer Freddette, one of the most hyped college basketball prospects in recent memory has secured a contract with the Shanghai Sharks for 1.8 million dollars. In 2011, Jimmer then of Brigham Young University wowed professional scouts and fans alike with his prodigious scoring (an impressive 28.9 per game off of 45.2% shooting and 39.6% from three-point range) which was so impressive getting “Jimmered” briefly became a verb. This hype train eventually got Freddette drafted 10th overall by the Sacramento Kings. However, once in the National…

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