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Glenn Robinson III took a page out of his father’s book on Thursday night.
The Michigan hoops star stole the ball away from a Minnesota guard and rose to the occasion with an uncontested monstrous 360-degree slam, as seen below.
He finished with nine points and five rebounds in the team’s 83-75 victory.
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Former NBA forward Glenn Robinson Jr. was a good dunker in his own right back in his playing days. He starred at Purdue before moving on to play in the pro ranks for 12 years. However, his son, Glenn Robinson III, may be looking to out-do his father.Check out the 360-degree slam the younger Robinson flushed down against Big Ten rival Minnesota on Thursday. The 19-year old is off...
Glenn Robinson III has been one of the most exciting freshman on Michigan’s basketball team. He has thrown down hard on dunks all year, but none may be as impressive as this dunk. He had a wide open look at the hoop and rather than casually dunk it, he went in for the 360 slam. You can guarantee this will be on Sportscenter’s Top Ten.Glenn Robinson III looking like the...
The No. 5 ranked Michigan Wolverines took down the No. 9 ranked Minnesota Golden Gophers last night 83-75. The impressive victory was lead by Tim Hardaway Jr. who scored
21 points. The highlight of the night also came from a former NBA players son in Glenn Robinson
III. Robinson had a nasty 360-degree dunk that I'm not even sure his dad could have pulled off. Check...
Michigan's Glenn Robinson III did this last night against Minnesota.
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Son of former NBA First overall pick Glenn Robinson, “Trey” is making a name for himself out at Michigan as a Freshman. The Wolverines are 17-1 and in the ranked in the top 5 in College Basketball. Here is a video of a sweet 360 dunk Robinson made during their victory over #9 Minnesota last night.
The Michigan Wolverines scored a huge 83-75 road win at No. 9 Minnesota on Thursday night. There were a full heaping of highlights from the Wolverines (most delivered by Tim Hardaway Jr.), but none matched the 360-degree slam thrown down by Glenn Robinson III.
Robinson’s dunk capped a spurt that gave Michigan its largest lead of the game at 19 points, with 13:36 left.
Here it is …