Found December 10, 2012 on UM Hoops:
Glenn Robinson III appeared before the media on Monday to talk about his own personal progression as a player as well as Michigan’s progress as a whole. You can listen using the embedded media player below or read selected notes and quotes after the jump. “I think the whole team has grown a lot. Personally, I have, especially on the defensive end. That’s one thing we focus on every practice… I do believe I have improved myself and so has the team.” On if he’s familiar with playing in the post: “I played a little bit of post in high school, so I’m kind of used to it. But, it’s a little different; bigger guys, way taller, so I think that’s one of the skills I can do and continue to progress in and keep working on.” On what it’s like going up against college big men: “They’re real strong, they know how to use their body to get position. That’s one of the key things I need to be working on in practice: being able to move those guys and get them off the block.” On scoring more
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