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Michael Gbinije must be destined to play in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Richmond, VA native was a top 30 recruit in the class of 2011. He joined the Duke Blue Devils on the same day current New Orleans Pelican Austin Rivers did. His teammates included Mason Plumlee and Seth Curry. Three players from that Duke team are now in the NBA. However, the high...
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Syracuse’s Michael Gbinije completely devoured Baylor’s Taurean Prince shot in the Maui Invitational last night. It looked that Prince would have an easy layup before Gbinije came in swatting the ball all the way into the crowd.
With the move to the ACC, Syracuse.com is looking ahead. Here’s a preview of Clemson and one of BC, as well as an article about former Devil Michael Gbinije, who lists defense as one of his strengths. That might come as a surprise to some in Durham., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/syracusecom-looks-at-the-acc
Syracuse’s signing of Michael Gbinije seemed to come out of nowhere. He wasn’t on many radars in CNY before last weekend, averaging less than 6 minutes a game for Duke. When he decided to transfer, there was little buzz about where he might end up. Suddenly, Orange Nation woke up Saturday morning the Per’fessor had a new student. How did this all happen so quietly...
Credit Rak, Cooney and the annual Mayfest party for Syracuse landing Duke transfer Michael Gbinije this weekend. He’s looking for a fresh start, and spoke to The Fizz about why SU is the best place to do that. The 6’6″ forward was on the Hill Friday hanging with Rakeem Christmas, and then officially transferred from Durham. He couldn’t be any more excited about...
Michael Gbinije played one season at Duke while receiving limited playing time.
Michael Gbinije, a highly-touted guard/forward coming out of high school in the Class of 2011, left Duke about two weeks ago - and on Friday he found a home with the Blue Devils' future ACC rival in Syracuse.
It has been a while since we reported on the transfer situation, but it has been pretty quiet on that front, but now we know the landing spot for at least one. Former Blue Devil Michael Gbinije has announced that he will commit to Syracuse. The decision was apparently reached Friday night. Several credible sources reported the transfer on Twitter.
Mark Watson of Blue Devil Nation...
Duke transfer Michael Gbinije was a top-30 prospect in the class of 2011.
Backup swingman Michael Gbinije (BINN'-uh-zhay) is transferring from Duke.
School officials announced Gbinije's departure Monday. The native of Chester, Va., averaged 1.7 points and 0.8 rebounds in 19 games as a freshman. His highest-scoring game came in December when he had eight points against UNC Greensboro.
Coach Mike Krzyzewski calls Gbinije ''a talented player...
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April 16, 2012