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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The advice Tim Hardaway Jr. receives from his famous father is fairly simple, and it resonates for the rising Michigan guard.
“Just go out there and have fun,” Hardaway Jr. said. “Don’t even worry about the media. Don’t worry about what everyone’s thinking about you. Just go out there and have fun and play ball.”
Hardaway Jr. tried doing just that in his first season, helping a Michigan team with no seniors reach the NCAA tournament and nearly upset Duke in the round of 32. He averaged 13.9 points, leading the Wolverines in scoring average during the Big Ten season. And now with point guard Darius Morris having unexpectedly left school for the NBA draft, much of the attention will be on Hardaway Jr. and the expectation that he’ll make a jump as a sophomore.
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