The Links: The surprising Darius Morris and the leadership of Keith Appling

December 2, 2012 in Roundup

Our Sunday roundup of news from around the state, a day late this week because of the holiday weekend.

Chris Webber is writing an autobiography that could include his side of the Ed Martin story. (Sports Illustrated)

The unexplainable appeal of Flint’s JaVale McGee. (The Classical)

The ‘beastly’ performance of Michigan’s Tim Hardaway Jr. this season. (Basketball Prospectus)

Former Michigan guard Darius Morris might be the biggest surprise of the NBA season for the Lakers. (ESPN LA)

Detroit native and Hall of Famer Mel Daniels recently gave some advice to George Hill of the Indiana Pacers. (Indy Cornrows)

Keith Appling is becoming Michigan State‘s on-court leader. (State News)

Bowling Green’s recruiting class, including Swartz Creek‘s J.D. Tisdale. (Sentinel-Tribune)

Grand Ledge‘s Al Horford discusses the surprising Atlanta Hawks. (Sports Radio Interviews)

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