Video: Tom Crean addresses the media at Huber’s Winery

  • 06/01/2016 7:46 pm in

BORDEN, Ind. – Tom Crean met with the media on Wednesday night prior to Indiana’s “On the Road with the Hoosiers” tour stop at Huber’s Winery.

Crean addressed a variety of topics, including health updates on James Blackmon Jr., Robert Johnson, Juwan Morgan and Collin Hartman as well as recent signees Freddie McSwain and Devonte Green.

Watch the complete Q & A session below:

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  • BL4IU

    Great Coach, he’s come such a long way. So glad he’s a Hoosier.

  • TomJameson

    His full comment was that JBJ “won’t be cleared to go full, for any period of time now”. CTC then went on to say they would get a feel for where he’s at next week and go from there.

    CTC was talking about JBJ practicing/playing a full speed, not necessarily being cleared medically. With 4-8 more weeks of rehab and healing it would be early July or Aug for him to be back “full”. That’s the time frame I’m looking at … July or early August … another 4 to 8 weeks. I don’t think there will be any problem, at all, with him being there at “first tip”

  • SCHoosier

    One of TC’s best media presentations/summaries of his team and individual talent. I really agree with his position on the “rights and wrongs” of the current transfer policies. Couldn’t agree more with his acknowledgement that James and Rob must improve their ball handling..and that the entire group must work on ball movement ..driving and dishing (while mentioning OG in particular). Say what you want about coach..he knows where his team & individual players are..and more importantly..where they.need to be .Alex..thanks for your hustle in getting this interview on early this morning.

  • BL4IU

    Yes, his comments regarding transfers was spot on.

  • TomJameson

    That’s the only reason I worry about JBJ, how he feels and plays. He’s had a good record in playing well after a comeback from surgery, so he’s no stranger to the process, but it will have to be a wait-and-see process for us 🙂
    I have no doubt that he will be playing at first tip-off barring setbacks. it’s how fast he can gain back his confidence, or good feeling. I am optimistic, but not going to ignore reality either.