Found May 22, 2013 on UM Hoops:
With the NBA Draft order set in stone after last night’s lottery, the NBA Draft picture is slowing coming into focus. With just over a month until the June 27th draft, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr.’s draft stock continues to improve and the duo could be the first pair of Michigan players to go in the first round since Jalen Rose and Juwan Howard in 1994. Trey Burke didn’t participate in drills at the NBA Draft Combine or post any sort of eye popping measurables but there’s little doubt he’s the top point guard in the draft. While there were whispers last week that Burke could be a potential No. 1 pick, that talk was put to rest as the Cleveland Cavaliers landed the No. 1 spot in the lottery. However, Orlando (2), New Orleans (6 ) and Sacramento (7) are three teams that would strongly consider drafting Burke and it would be surprising if he fell past seventh overall. Tim Hardaway Jr. was one of the stars of the combine – impressing with his vertical, bench press, shooting ability a...

Trey Burke Hearing Draft Position Likely Between Two And Six

Trey Burke is beginning to get a feel for where he might fall in the NBA draft. "I'm hearing anywhere from two to six," Burke said Wednesday. "That's pretty much everything I'm hearing now. It's really a toss up and up in the air. So I'm looking forward to seeing what happens in the next month or so." Burke wouldn't mind falling to the...

Video: Trey Burke dominates pre-NBA Draft workouts

Former Michigan Wolverines superstar Trey Burke shows his the ability that might make him a top five pick in the 2013 NBA Draft.

Burke’s prep is on the dot

Mike Rothstein profiles Trey Burke after spending two days of draft prep with the point guard: His game has been honed for this moment since he was a sophomore in high school. Burke has been thinking about the draft, about where he’ll go, about the next stage of his life, almost daily. “It gives me goose bumps, really,” Burke said the next day, after an appointment with a chiropractor...

Examining Michigan’s late-clock offensive efficiency

Trey Burke’s time in Ann Arbor is over and it won’t soon be forgotten. His impact as Michigan’s point guard was obvious. He dominated the ball, scored, created, and defended. Burke was the National Player of the Year because of his impressive statistics. He was a winner and carried Michigan to heights it hadn’t seen in 20 years. There is no shortage of numbers to prove how...

2015 big man Noah Dickerson likes Michigan, planning camp visit

When Noah Dickerson was 10 and 11 years old growing up in New Jersey, he remembers his mother holding a select few colleges especially close to her heart. One of those schools was based quite a ways west from his home: the Michigan Wolverines. “We would always talk about schools around the house, and one of them was Michigan. She loved that school,” Dickerson recalled. “It...

Report Card 2013: Nik Stauskas

“Nik Stauskas, he’s not just a shooter.” That fact was proven again and again so many times that it became a running joke to anyone who watched more thana few Michigan games. Over and over, Michigan’s freshman guard from Mississauga, Ontario showed off his diverse skill set against the country’s best players. And every time an analyst saw it live, he acted as if he was...

Orlando Magic: Trey Burke Is The Absolute Perfect Fit For Orlando

Orlando Magic: Trey Burke Is The Absolute Perfect Fit For Orlando By Mike Elworth: Publisher and Owner at Hoopstuff… The Orlando Magic have the highest chance of receiving the first overall pick in this summer’s draft and most are projecting that whoever obtains the first pick, will draft center Nerlens Noel out of Kentucky. Even the Magic are projected to draft the talented...

Michigan impresses top 2016 SG Tyus Battle

Michigan’s recent NCAA tournament run continues to pay dividends on the recruiting trail, this time with top 2016 Gladstone (N.J.) Gill St. Bernard shooting guard Tyus Battle. GBW catches up with his father who is very familiar with John Beilein and the Wolverines.

ESPN: Hardaway moving toward 1st round after combine performance

Tim Hardaway Jr. was one of the stars of the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago and could be moving toward the first round according to ESPN’s Chad Ford. Hardaway Jr. has been hiding in plain sight for the past three years. Whether it was comparisons to his father or the fact he was surrounded by so much talent at Michigan the past two years, he’s struggled to convince scouts he...
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