Men's Basketball

Quick Hit: McGary continues amazing breakout

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Trey Burke scored just seven points, but Michigan used a balanced attack to dispatch Syracuse on Saturday night and advance to Monday’s national title game vs. Louisville. Tim Hardaway Jr. (13 points), Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III (10 points) carried the offensive load as Michigan helped John Beilein record his first victory over Jim Boeheim in 10 tries.

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Who stays, who goes? Draft analyst predicts

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Oladipo Blocks Ohio State's Scott

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Ohio State junior Deshaun Thomas announced Friday that he will enter the 2013 NBA Draft. What will the Big Ten’s other top pro prospects do? You know, underclassmen like Trey Burke, Cody Zeller and Adreian Payne, among others? I asked draft analyst Ed Isaacson for his thoughts. Follow Isaacson on Twitter (@nbadraftblog) and check out his blog.

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Video: Izzo, Miles join us to talk Final Four

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Tom Izzo at the Final Four

Leading up to Saturday night’s Michigan-Syracuse semifinal at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Michigan State coach Tom Izzo and Nebraska coach Tim Miles stopped by the BTN set to talk about their teams and the Final Four. Watch the Izzo interview now and find the Miles one in this post.

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'BTN at the Final Four' airs this morning

The show “BTN at the Final Four” airs this morning three times in preparation for Michigan Final Four game against Syracuse later today in Atlanta. Guests on the hour-long show include Michigan State’s Tom Izzo, Nebraska’s Tim Miles, former Georgetown Head Coach John Thompson, Notre Dame’s Mike Brey, former NBA stars Dave Cowens and Artis Gilmore, Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg, Oklahoma coach Lon Kruger, former Duke star Bobby Hurley, and Basketball Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson. The show will air Saturday at 8 a.m., 9:30 a.m., and 11 a.m. ET.

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Dienhart: Who will be the Big Ten favorite?

Ohio State’s announcement today that Deshaun Thomas was turning pro after his junior season was about as surprising and anticlimactic as the conclusion to a Roadrunner-Coyote cartoon. We all knew what was coming. So, when the Buckeyes’ season ended with a surprising Elite Eight loss to Wichita State last Saturday, it seemed almost a certainty that we had just watched Thomas play his final game in scarlet and gray following a glorious three-season run.

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