Found July 24, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III have spent a large part of their summers traveling to LeBron James, Kevin Durant and Amare Stoudemire’s Nike camps. The invitation only events provide an opportunity to compete against other college stars but more importantly to showcase their skills in front of NBA scouts. The motivation behind the camps is no secret, the 2014 NBA Draft process starts now. Despite the fact that additional early NBA Draft attrition could be inevitable next April, John Beilein is most impressed with how both players have handled themselves in their return. “I’ve heard some great comments on both of them in some of the areas that they’ve really improved on,” Beilein told reporters on Tuesday morning. “Whether it’s passing, shooting, defending – that’s all music to our ears . I just love their attitude. They’ve unpacked their bags and say we’re going to make Michigan as good of a team as we can be.” McGary and Robinson need look no further than their point guard last se
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