Author Archives: Shane Sanghvi

How Will Juwan Howard Fare in Year Two?

After head coach Juwan Howard’s 19-12 inaugural season at Michigan, the jury is still out as to whether Howard is the coach that he is cracked up to be. After the surprise departure of arguably the best head coach in Michigan Basketball history, John Beilein, Michigan hired the former Fab Five member to take his place. The most apparent change

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Michigan vs Louisville Game Recap

After much fanfare following the Wolverines’ success in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament, the fourth ranked Michigan team were shut down at the KFC Yum! Center. Louisville’s defensive effort stole the show, holding the Wolverines to only 43 points total, only 18 points of which came in the first half. Michigan went 15-58 from the field and only 3-19 from

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2019-2020 Michigan Wolverines Season Preview

The Juwan Howard era of Michigan Basketball has begun. As the Wolverines enter the 2019-2020 regular season, they come with high hopes and high expectations. Their exhibition against the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals gave fans a glimpse into what this year’s Michigan squad has to offer, and also what they need to work on if they are to make a

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Michigan vs Saginaw Valley State Game Preview

The Michigan Wolverines will take on the Saginaw Valley State Cardinals in the first game of the Juwan Howard era. While this game is only an exhibition (the first regular season game will take place on November 5th, 2019 against the Appalachian State Mountaineers), this matchup can provide us with some much-needed clarity with regards to this year’s Michigan basketball

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Memphis Tigers 2019 Overview

Projected Starting Lineup G: Boogie Ellis G: Alex Lomax F: D.J. Jeffries F: Precious Achiuwa C: James Wiseman   Key Additions: James Wiseman, Precious Achiuwa, D.J. Jeffries, Boogie Ellis, Jayden Hardaway, Lester Quinone. Key Losses: Not much, really.   Season Ceiling: 31-6 (AAC Champions, NCAA Tournament Final Four Appearance) Season Floor: 24-10 (NCAA First Round Exit) Make or Break Player: James Wiseman If James

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