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Wooden Award winner Trey Burke buried an insane three-point shot from well beyond the arc for Michigan in the 2013 Final Four.
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Trey Burke was awarded yet another Player of Year honor as the Naismith Player of the Year was announced at the NABC Guardians of the Game Awards Show on Sunday evening.
The Naismith award is the fourth major Player of the Year honor that Burke received this weekend in Atlanta. Burke also received Associated Press, John Wooden and USBWA Oscar Roberston Player of the Year awards...
After leading the Michigan Wolverines to the 2013 Final Four, guard Trey Burke was named the 2013 John R. Wooden Award winner.
Bring up the name Ed Cota or Wayne Turner to a fan of the North Carolina Tar Heels or the Kentucky Wildcats. Bring up the name Bobby Hurley or Mateen Cleaves to a fan of the Duke Blue Devils or the Michigan State Spartans. It could be Mike Bibby, Andre Miller, Mario Chalmers, or Khalid [...]The post Trey Burke, Peyton Siva And The Heroic Point Guard appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
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Trey Burke, PG Michigan- Burke has earned himself a healthy payday come June with his machinelike consistency (double figures scoring in all 37 games) and efficiency (46%/38%/80%) as a junior. Entering the NCAA Tournament, it was believed by most NBA decision makers that Burke had already shown his full repertoire, and that his draft stock was essentially...
Shortly before CBS cut to Trey Burke receiving the Naismith Award as the top player in the country, the Michigan point guard wasn’t even the best...
The consensus player of the year, who seemingly has spent every waking moment this week corralling the hardware that goes with all these awards, ended up having a mediocre, pedestrian night.
If someone told you what Michigan point guard Trey Burke's stat line would look like against Syracuse's previously impenetrable 2-3 zone in Saturday night's Final Four game -- 1...
Michigan will play for a National Championship tonight as it faces Louisville (9:21 p.m., CBS) at the Georgia Dome. Louisville is a four point favorite at most sports books but we’ve rounded up a handful of predictions, opinions and analysis on tonight’s game.
John Gasaway likes Louisville, emphasizing that the Cardinals don’t need to force turnovers to win...
Michigan’s players were available to the media Friday afternoon to preview Saturday’s Final Four showdown with Syracuse. Recent Player of the Year Award winner Trey Burke was available along with teammates Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III to discuss all aspects of their match-up with the Orange.
McGary and Robinson after the jump.
ATLANTA (AP) -- Don't call these guys the Fab Five.
Michigan's latest group of young stars is determined to leave its own legacy.
Attacking Syracuse's suffocating zone defense in the first half with 3-pointers, crisp passing and a fearless attitude, the Wolverines advanced to the national championship game with a 61-56 victory over the Orange in the Final Four on Saturday...
Watch John Beilein, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. discuss Michigan’s upcoming game against Syracuse at today’s press conference.
by Dale Yarborough
ACC Bureau Reporter
The John Wooden Award will be presented Friday night to Trey Burke from Michigan. The All-American team was chosen earlier in the week, and Burke will join an elite group of players who have won this prestigious award. Past winners include: Larry Bird (1979), Michael Jordan (1984), Christian Laettner (1992), and even Kevin Durant (2007)...
Watch Michigan’s press conference after its five point win over Syracuse on Saturday night as John Beilein, Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary face the media on the podium.
Read the full transcript here.