Posted April 17, 2013 on
Trey Burke led the way the 52nd annual Michigan Basketball Awards Celebration Tuesday night. The Wolverine claimed the MVP and award for the most assists. Mitch McGary was the most decorated Wolverine at the event, claiming the sixth man, hustle, and rebounding awards.
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Trey Burke will be remembered as a winner. Michigan won 55 games in two years under Burke’s guidance as point guard and his resume is as littered with as statistical gems as it is game winning moments. With the news of Burke’s departure to the NBA, we took a look back at some of the defining moments of Burke’s career in chronological order.
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Michigan Basketball players Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III announced on Thursday that they would both be returning for their sophomore seasons. Most mock drafts had the dynamic duo slated as mid-first round picks in June’s NBA Draft.
McGary was a revelation in the NCAA Tournament. After coming off the bench for all but two games during the regular season, he started all six...
GoBlueWolverine's Andre Barthwell and Kyle Bogenschutz discuss Trey Burke's decision to enter the 2013 NBA draft, his legacy in Ann Arbor, how his game might translate to the pro's, and how Michigan will fill the void left by the National Player of the Year.
Michigan captain Josh Bartelstein joined Sam Webb on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA Thursday to look back on the team's memorable season. The senior leader discussed the passing of the leadership torch by Stu Douglass and Zack Novak, Trey Burke's growth, the unique mentality of Team 96's freshmen, their decisions to go or stay, the misconception about his ability to dunk, and much much more.
Sources from CBS sports say that Mitch McGary and Glen Robinson III will both be returning for their sophomore years at the University of Michigan. What does this mean for Michigan Basketball? The impact of McGary in the NCAA tournament was so huge, that the team would not have gone as far as they did without [...]
The April live evaluation period seems to have crept up quickly because Michigan was still playing meaningful basketball last week. College coaches will be back on the road this weekend traveling from one major AAU tournament to another during the first weekend of live spring evaluation. The Nike EYBL will start out in Los Angeles, Adidas AAU teams will be in Dallas, Under Armour...
Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are officially returning to the University of Michigan.
Michigan’s two talented freshmen had been projected as first round picks by most but opted to return to school for their sophomore seasons.
McGary and Robinson addressed the media this afternoon. We’ll have full coverage from the press conference to follow. Here are the official quotes...
According to Jeff Goodman of CBS Sports, Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are headed back to Ann Arbor for their sophomore seasons. The duo have a press conference scheduled for 4:30 p.m. this afternoon.
Robinson averaged 11 points and five rebounds as a freshman. McGary averaged eight points and six rebounds per game but had a breakout NCAA tournament performance...
Michigan announced that Tim Hardaway Jr. will be having a press conference at 3 p.m. to announce whether he’ll return to school or enter the NBA Draft after his junior season.
Hardaway is projected as a fringe first round pick or a second round pick by most draft prognosticators and was named Michigan’s Most Improved Player after averaging 15 points and five rebounds per game...
Michigan 5th year senior right tackle Michael Schofield talks to the media about the development of Frank Clark, his evaluation of the offensive line, how the OL needs to improve, Jack Miller’s added leadership, stressing pass protection, the competition in the interior line, and more. ***Watch Full Video***
Denard Robinson redeemed himself and his terrible pitch at a Michigan Wolverines baseball game.
According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, Tim Hardaway Jr. will forgo his senior season and enter the NBA Draft. Hardaway has a press conference scheduled for 3 pm this afternoon.
Hardaway is the second Michigan player to enter the NBA Draft early this season, joining Trey Burke. Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary, both projected as first round picks, have yet...
It’s usually easy to draw conclusions about a player’s career when they move on. Zack Novak will always be remembered for his leadership. Trey Burke will be remembered for perfecting the point guard position as a sophomore. But it’s tough to decipher how Tim Hardaway Jr. should be remembered after his three year career in Ann Arbor. It’s tough because perception...
Since Michigan’s run to the NCAA national title game, there has been much speculation about what sort of effect it would have on the many high-profile high school recruits Michigan has been going after.
Not surprisingly, John Beilein said he has heard good things from the recruits he’s talked to since Michigan arrived home from Atlanta.
"I think the response...
John Beilein and Tim Hardaway Jr. were available to comment individually about Hardaway’s decision to forgo his senior season at Michigan and enter the 2013 NBA draft. You can watch both interviews using the embedded media players below.
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