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2012-13 Michigan Men's Basketball Roster
Hardaway Decides to Forgo Senior Season, Enter NBA Draft
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Postgame Notes: #2 Louisville 82, #10 Michigan 76
Behind the Scenes with the Wolverines: NCAA National Championship
Interviews with head coach John Beilein and players Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary on the day before Michigan faces Kansas.
Highlights from No. 6 U-M's Big Ten quarterfinal loss to No. 22 Wisconsin.
Highlights from Michigan's 84-78 loss at Penn State.
A preview of U-M's game against Illinois on Sunday.
Highlights from U-M's 76-74 overtime win over No. 10 Ohio State.
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Junior (2012-13) ...NATIONAL HONORS: NABC District 7 first team ... USBWA's All-District V Team ... CBSSports.com All-Mideast Team ... Named to the John R. Wooden Top 50 Preseason Watch List ... BIG TEN HONORS: All-Big Ten first team, coaches ... All-Big Ten second team, media ... Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree (U-M) ... Two-time Big Ten Player of the Week (Nov. 12 & Jan. 21) ... TOURNAMENT HONORS: NIT Season Tip-Off Most Outstanding Player ... MICHIGAN HONORS: Team Captain ... U-M Rudy Tomjanovich Most Improved Player Award ... Started all 38 games played ... Missed the Central Michigan game (Dec. 29) due to a right ankle injury, snapping a perfect streak of 81-straight games started ... Helped U-M earn the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament South Region and advance to the national championship game for the first time in 20 years, before falling to No. 1 Louisville, 82-76 ... Helped U-M to a 31-8 record, the third 30-win season in school history ... Helped U-M win the program's first NIT Season Tip-Off title and was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player . . . Helped U-M go undefeated (13-0) in non-conference play for the first time since 1985-86 and match the program's best start (16-0, 1985-86) ... Became the 46th Wolverine to score 1,000 points vs. Slippery Rock (Nov. 9) ... Averaged 14.5 points per game ... Scored 552 points ... Recorded double-figures in 30 games, reaching the 20-point mark seven times ... Scored a season-high 25 points vs. Slippery Rock (Nov. 9) and matched it vs. West Virginia (Dec. 15) ... Averaged 4.7 rebounds per game ... Recorded two double-doubles -- 25 points, 10 rebounds vs. Slippery Rock (Nov. 9) and 15 points, 11 rebounds vs. Nebraska (Jan. 9) ... Hit a career-high six three pointers vs. Ohio State (Feb. 5) ... Went 8-for-11 from three-point range (5-for-7 vs. South Dakota State and 3-for-5 vs. VCU) in the first two games of the NCAA Tournament ... Converted a season-high seven free throws vs. N.C. State (Nov. 27) and matched it vs. West Virginia (7-for-8) (Dec. 15) ... Matched a career high with 11 rebounds vs. Nebraska (Jan. 9) ... Matched a career high with three steals at Minnesota (Jan. 17) and at Illinois (Jan. 27) ... Averaged 34.8 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 37 of 38 games played, including a season-high 41 minutes vs. Ohio State (Feb. 5).
Sophomore (2011-12) ... All-Big Ten Third Team selection by the coaches and media ... Named to the John R. Wooden and Naismith Top 50 Preseason Watch Lists ... Earned Maui Invitational All-Tournament team honors after averaging 20.0 points, 4.7 rebounds, 3.0 assists and shooting 50.0 percent from the field (20-for-40) to help U-M take third ... Earned Big Ten Player of the Week honors (Nov. 28) for his play at the Maui Invitational ... Helped U-M to its first Big Ten title in 26 years ... Shared conference title with Michigan State and Ohio State ... U-M finished with 13-5 Big Ten record, the most conference wins since 2002-03 ... Helped U-M to a 24-10 record, its best record since the 1997-998 season and its 24th 20-plus win season in U-M history ... Helped U-M to a 15-1 record at Crisler Center, its best record since the 1989-90 season ... Helped U-M to an 8-1 Big Ten home record, its best conference record at home since 1985-86 ... Helped U-M to its highest seed all-time at the Big Ten Tournament (No. 2) ... Lost in the semifinal to No. 3 seed Ohio State, 77-55 ... Helped U-M to its 23rd NCAA Tournament appearance ... Earned the No. 4 seed in the Midwest region -- its highest seeding since 1998 ... Lost in second round to Ohio, 65-60 ... Helped U-M remain ranked among the nation's top 25 - a span of 19 weeks ... Helped U-M to five wins over nationally ranks opponents, including three top-10 teams ... Started all 34 games, one of two Wolverines to do so ... Second on the team in scoring, averaging 14.6 ppg, which ranked 15th in the Big Ten ... Scored 495 points ... Recorded double-figures in 27 games, reaching the 20-point mark, six times ... Led the team in scoring in 15 games ... Scored a season-high 26 points vs. Penn State (Dec. 29), making a career-best 11 field goals (11-for-18) ... Averaged 3.8 rebounds per game ... Recorded 130 rebounds, 26 offensive and 104 defensive ... Recorded two double-doubles -- 17 points, 10 rebounds vs. Wisconsin (Jan. 8), and 25 points, 11 rebounds at Illinois (March 1) ... Matched a career high with five three pointers vs. Northwestern (Jan. 11) ... Led the team with 108 made free throws, shooting 71.5 percent (108-of-151) from the charity stripe ... Hit a career-high nine free throws against Memphis in the Maui Invitational (Nov. 21) and matched that at Illinois (March 1) ... Recorded 73 assists, 16 steals and 11 blocks ... Had a career-high six assists against Bradley (Dec. 22) ... Had a career-high-tying three steals at Indiana (Jan. 5) ... Had a career-high three blocks at Northwestern (Feb. 21) ... Averaged 34.2 minutes per game, which was second on the team and 10th in the Big Ten ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 29 contests ... Played a career-high 45 minutes in the overtime win vs. Northwestern (Jan. 11).
Team USA (Summer 2011) ... Played with Team USA at the 2011 FIBA U19 World Championships (June 30-July 10)... Helped Team USA to a 7-2 record and fifth-place at tournament ... Played in all nine games off the bench ... Averaged 9.4 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.8 assists ... Scored in double figures, four times ... Led Team USA with 21 points in fifth-place game against Australia (July 10) ... Recorded tournament-best five rebounds against Australia ... Recorded four assists, twice -- Egypt (June 30) and Serbia (July 1) ... Shot 43.3 percent (29-for-67) from the field ... Shot 27.0 percent (10-for-37) from three-point line ... Shot 85.0 percent (17-for-20) from the free throw line ... Averaged 20.2 minutes per game.
Freshman (2010-11) ... All-Big Ten Honorable Mention selection by the coaches and media ... Unanimous pick to the Big Ten All-Freshman team by the conference coaches ... All-Big Ten Freshman team by the media ... Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Feb. 28, Feb. 21, Feb. 14) ... Big Ten Co-Freshman of the Week (Dec. 27) ... Helped U-M to a 21-14 record -- the 23rd 20-plus win season in U-M history ... Helped U-M to the semifinal of the Big Ten Tournament for the first time since 2003 ... Lost to No. 1 seed Ohio State, 68-61 ... Helped U-M to its 22nd NCAA Tournament appearance ... Earned No. 8 seed in the Midwest regional ... Defeated No. 9 Tennessee, 75-45, in the second round to record the largest margin of victory ever in an 8/9 seeded tournament game ... Lost No. 1 seed Duke, 73-71, after missing a game-tying shot as time expired in regulation ... Helped U-M sweep its season series with Michigan State -- the first time for the program since 1996-97 ... Started all 35 games, one of three Wolverines to do so ... Averaged 13.9 points ... Led U-M with 14.9 points per game in Big Ten contests ... Scored 485 points ... Scored in double figures in 27 games ... Scored 20-or-more points in six contests ... Recorded a career-high 30 points at Iowa (Feb. 19) ... Poured in 26 points against Indiana (Feb. 12) ... Scored 22 points, including five three pointers, at Minnesota (Feb. 26) ... Scored 20 points against Bryant (Dec. 23) and matched that against Minnesota (Jan. 22) and Michigan State (March 5) ... Led the team in scoring in 10 games ... Averaged 3.8 rebounds ... Recorded 133 rebounds, 27 offensive and 106 defensive ... Grabbed a season-high 10 rebounds against Northwestern (Feb. 9) ... Recorded first career double-double (17 points, 10 rebounds) against Northwestern (Feb. 9) ... Shot 42 percent (159-for-379) from the field ... Made a season-high nine field goals against Indiana (Feb. 12) and matched that at Iowa (Feb. 19) ... Shot 36.7 percent (76-of-207) from three-point range ... Led the team and set the U-M freshman record with 76 made three-pointers ... Made five three pointers against Iowa (Jan. 30) and matched at Iowa (Feb. 19) ... Shot 76.5 percent (91-for-119) from the free throw line ... Ranked ninth in the Big Ten in free throw percentage ... Made a season-high seven free throws in games against Clemson (Nov. 30), Kansas (Jan. 9), and Iowa (Feb. 19) ... Recorded 59 assists, 34 steals and five blocks ... Had a season-high five assists at Illinois (Feb. 16) ... Had a career-high three steals against Indiana (Jan. 15) ... Had a season-high two blocks against Kansas (Jan. 9) ... Averaged 30.7 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 21 games ... Played a season-high 40 minutes against Minnesota (Jan. 22).
Prep Career ... Palmetto Senior High School (2010) ... Coached by Chris Brown ... Three-year starter ... All-City, first team (2009, 2010) and third team (2008) ... Three-time Palmetto Senior High School Team MVP (2008, 2009, 2010) ... As a senior (2009-10): Averaged 31.7 points, 7.3 rebounds and 4.0 assists ... Helped Palmetto Senior to 16-11 record ... District 16 champions after win against Killian... Advanced to final after win against Miami Coral Reef (64-32) in semifinal ... Lost in Class A Regional semifinal against Columbus (51-39) ... Advanced to semifinal after win against Southwest Miami (35-27) in quarterfinal ... Invited to South Florida High School All-Star Basketball Classic (2010) ... As a junior (2008-09): Averaged 23.4 points, 9.8 rebounds and 5.2 assists ... Helped Palmetto Senior to a 16-7 record ... Lost in District Championship to eventual state champion Miami Coral Reef (71-64) ... Advanced to final after win over South Dade Senior (65-63) in semifinal ... Lost in Class 6A Regional quarterfinal against South Miami (48-47) ... Led team in points, rebounds and assists in 2009 ... Scored 36 points against Choice Academy ... Grabbed 16 rebounds against South Dade Senior ... Made a career-high eight three-point field goals against Felix Varela Senior ... As a sophomore (2007-08): Transferred to Palmetto Senior High School ... Averaged 19.8 points, 6.7 rebounds, 4.4 assists, 2.3 steals ... Led Palmetto Senior to a 12-11 record ... Lost in District semifinal against South Dade Senior (74-64) ... As a freshman (2006-07): Played a Palmer Trinity School in Palmetto, Fla. ... AAU: Played with the South Florida Heat ... Coached by Tony Perkins.
Personal ... Given name is Timothy Duane Hardaway, Jr. ... Born on March 16, 1992 in Miami, Fla. ... Son of Yolanda and Tim, Sr. ...Enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and Arts ... General Studies major ...Right-handed ... Committed to Michigan (June 29, 2009) ... Signed with Michigan (Nov. 11, 2009) ... Personal Notes ... Father, Tim, was a five-time NBA All-Star, and played 14 years in the NBA -- Golden State Warriors, Miami Heat, Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets and Indiana Pacers ... Grew up playing soccer before switching to fully concentrate on basketball in the sixth grade.
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