Part of the Michigan basketball team’s success this season comes from offensive balance
John Beilein sat on a comfortable chair in his Weidenbach Hall office before the season started and spoke enthusiastically about the potential for his team to have options on offense.
At the time, the statement seemed odd. The fourth-year Michigan basketball coach had lost his two leading scorers from a year ago, Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims, along with more than half of his rotation.
He didn’t have a single player who averaged more than the 7.4 points a game provided by Zack Novak, so discussing balance seemed like a way to say he had no idea who would score.
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