Found March 15, 2013 on College Spun:
It didn’t take Trey Burke very long to do something special in the Big Ten Semifinal matchup between the Michigan Wolverines and the  Wisconsin Badgers. Burke is a National Player of the Year candidate, and is hoping to lead the Wolverines to a Big Ten Tournament title. Less than ten minutes into the first half vs Wisconsin, Burke threw up an insane half-court alley-oop to teammate Tim Hardaway Jr., who threw it down hard on the Badgers. Here’s a video of the play: Trey Burke to Tim Hardaway Jr. THAT JUST HAPPENED #wolverines #sctop10 — Tyler116 (@TOsantowske) March 15, 2013 Just a few minutes later, however, Hardaway Jr. landed awkwardly on his ankle had Michigan fans were concerned: Tim Hardaway head straight to the locker room after rolling an ankle. #nogood #Michigan — Brad Conley (@BradConley) March 15, 2013   Oh no.. please don’t be hurt Hardaway — Mackenzie Diaz (@Mackenzie_Diaz) March 15, 2013
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