I am surprised nobody made a thread about this already. This has been a great game from the onset. OSU came out on fire and the crowd was going crazy. Then their is all the back stories with the rivalry and the Trey Burke from Columbus and All Ohio Red AAU saga. It's about 1:41 left and the score is 45-52 OSU. Burke just picked Craft's pocket at half court.
Michigan's shot selection down the stretch was surprisingly bad. I think if they showed the patience that they've shown all yr, they could've gotten way better shots. Chalk it up to youth. They're still the youngest team in the Big 10.
Also, the more I watch Tim Hardaway Jr, the more I don't think he's an NBA player. As the games have gone on, he looks just like last yr. He's still got a poor handle and questionable shot selection. He thinks he's better than he is at creating his own shot.
That three that Burke took was a bad shot........ but it rimmed out after being half way down. It took some stones to take that shot.
Yeah, but all 3 of Stauskas, TH Jr and Burke took quick, questionable shots down the stretch of the game. They started chucking contested 3's with like 4 minutes left and they were only down by 5.
Trey Burke held to his lowest fg% all season. Craft's defense is ferocious, specially on the P&R.
Tim Hardaway looked bad, so did everyone else for Michigan.
Deshawn Thomas is underrated, his J is wet AF
How is it an upset alert when Ohio State is -2?
I think he meant seed wise
ppl can talk bad about tim hardaway... but hes a good player and will be an nba player... he made some important shots near the end but... what really is holding him back is a strong handle.... the guy cant dribble to save his life
Ironic, his dad is King of Crossover Hardaway
It's odd considering his dad is one of the best best ball handlers of all time and invented "the UTEP 2-step", he better spend alot of the offseason with his dad and learn a couple of moves
That's like Eddy Curry's son being a defensive specialist