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Relive Robbie Hummel's NBA draft @BigTenNetwork takeover

If you missed it, we had former Purdue standout and current Minnesota Timberwolves forward Robbie Hummel take over @BigTenNetwork for the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. [ MORE: View Big Ten draft picks | See our NBA draft gallery ] Hummel, a three-time first-team All-Big Ten honoree, fielded questions during the first round and also offered his analysis. Among the questions sent his way were queries from former Purdue teammates Chris Kramer and JaJuan Johnson. See Hummel’s full @BigTenNetwork experience below: *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** ***

Gallery: See Big Ten players react to being selected in 2015 NBA Draft

As expected, three former Big Ten stars were selected in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. Here were the picks, in chronological order: D’Angelo Russell (No. 2, Los Angeles Lakers); Frank Kaminsky (No. 9, Charlotte); Sam Dekker (No. 18, Houston). [ MORE: Watch Branden Dawson’s reaction | Aaron White selection ] Aaron White (No. 49, Washington) and Branden Dawson (No. 56, New Orleans/traded to Los Angeles Clippers) were selected in the second round.

Photo: Yes, those are tanks on inside of Frank Kaminsky's suit coat

Frank Kaminsky was taken with the No. 9 pick in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday night. [ MORE: Track every Big Ten pick in the 2015 NBA Draft ] After the Charlotte Hornets selected “Frank the Tank,” the unanimous national player of the year opened up his suit coat to show off a couple of tanks. Check it out in the photo above. This isn’t the first time the inside of a former Big Ten player’s suit coat garnered attention at the NBA draft; in fact, last season Adreian Payne honored his late friend Lacey Holsworth, 8, who died

Video: Relive highlights of Big Ten's 2015 NBA Draft hopefuls

The 2015 NBA Draft is just hours away. [ MORE: Get all of our 2015 NBA Draft coverage ] Have you caught up on the experts’ latest mock drafts? If not, do so here. At worst, three former Big Ten standouts will be selected tonight. All three are likely first-round selections, with D’Angelo Russell pegged to be a top 5 pick. Russell and Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker and Frank Kaminsky will be in the Green Room in Brooklyn, while the Big Ten’s other prospects will be watching the draft in their hometowns. Also: Don’t forget that former Purdue star Robbie Hummel

Unit Rankings: Nebraska highlights Big Ten West special teams

A look at the special teams units in the Big Ten West begins in Lincoln, where the Cornhuskers boast a boffo punter (Sam Foltz), a deadly return man (De’Mornay Pierson-El) and an emerging kicker (Drew Brown).

Video: Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh takes to streets of Ann Arbor

It’s been a few days, it seems, since Jim Harbaugh has done something that gets people talking on social media. [ MORE: Like this post? Check out our Gone Viral section ] He did something about that Thursday, taking to the Ann Arbor streets with several recruits. There’s proof of it in the four-second video above, courtesy of 2016 recruit Naseir Upshur. Harbaugh is only on camera for about a second, but he doesn’t disappoint. In fact, one Michigan writer has already changed his Twitter icon to commemorate the video.