Former Michigan Players NOT in NBA


#101

Correct country, but totally different team. Zalgaris is a really good team that finished 3rd in the Euroleague and, as mentioned below, has some fantastic college guys on their team. Last year they had Kevin Pangos starting at PG so DWalt may be their replacement for him.


#102

Spike Albrecht not to be outdone by his former teammates :joy:


#103

#104

I think he can do much better, he’s been hurt I know but there’s no doubt to me he will end up as a nice European pro if not more. He’s superior to Duncan even if Duncan has a better niche.


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#107

Dang off the dribble and off ball screens? Was Beilein holding Duncan back??


#108

Woah. Some of those shots were really difficult. Contested, on the move, off the dribble, etc.


#109

They say that Dean Smith was the only man who was able to stop Michael Jordan. Might be a similar situation here with Duncan and Beilein.


#110

Jalen Coleman-Lands could never


#111

Coach Beilein practically begged Robinson to shoot. Maybe DRIII feels like he’s playing with house money


#112

Also probably less strict coaching. He’ll be on the court a ton as a player that the parent organization has money invested in, so he won’t have to worry about getting benched for taking some lower percentage shots.


#113

Aubrey Dawkins had 11 points, 2 rebounds, and 1 assist in UCF’s exhibition.


#114

How many missed dunks?


#115

UCF in one of the first games up tonight as well at 6:30.


#116

Agreed, Spoelstra told him in camp…you were signed to shoot not pass! You shoot the ball everytime you touch it. Even if you miss the opposing D has to honor the shot.


#117

Aubrey had a double-double in the opener with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Only went 1-of-8 from 3-point range though.


#118

Ricky Doyle back in the Breslin Center with FGCU tonight.


#119

:rofl:


#120

Apparently the elbow never actually happened, based on review and Quinn. So Izzo came onto the court and threatened a student-athlete for something that didn’t happen. Great ambassador and concern for student-athlete welfare.