John Beilein is the head coach of the University of Michigan Men’s Basketball Team. Beilein has been the head coach since 2007 and has led Michigan to two Big Ten Championships and a Final Four appearance.
John Beilein was voted best offensive coach in the country by his peers in an anonymous poll by CBS Sports. In honor of Beilein’s offense, we enlisted the help of Gibson Pyper of HalfCourtHoops to break down some of Beilein’s most effective sets. Today we look at Michigan’s wide pin-down action.
John Beilein was voted best offensive coach in the country by his peers in an anonymous poll by CBS Sports. In honor of Beilein’s offense, we enlisted the help of Gibson Pyper of HalfCourtHoops (@HalfCourtHoops) to break down some of Beilein’s most effective sets. Today we start with the early dribble hand off.
Less than two weeks after missing out on five-star recruit Jaylen Brown, John Beilein turned things around quickly on the recruiting trail. Michigan’s head coach landed a pledge from Tyus Battle, the consensus No. 12 recruit in the class of 2016 and potentially his first McDonald’s All-American signing of his career.
“We’re jumping through hoops in some areas,” Beilein said Monday. “We still have some opportunities with scholarships for next year. (Max Bielfeldt) is exploring his options. I believe that, in a few more weeks, we should have answers to the future roster.”
Spike Albrecht provided an update on his health after undergoing hip surgery, John Beilein discussed Michigan’s scholarship situation, Duncan Robinson will attend Camp Sanderson and Albrecht was named best-dressed at Michigan’s banquet on Wednesday evening.
John Beilein met with media Wednesday following Michigan’s postseason awards banquet. The Wolverines’ coach spoke about Caris LeVert’s upcoming NBA decision, how he might manage scholarships, and the team’s versatility entering next winter.
Following Michigan’s omission from the NIT, John Beilein spoke with media on a teleconference Sunday night. With the Wolverines’ season officially over, the coach discussed watching the NIT selection show and his team’s outlook for the future.
The Michigan basketball team is finally finishing the plays John Beilein has been coaching all season. That much was evident as the Wolverines steamrolled Illinois, 73-55, in the second round of the Big Ten tournament. Aubrey Dawkins led all scorers with 18 points, while Zak Irvin added 14 and six assists. After the game, Beilein met with media to discuss the biggest improvements his team has made.