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MITCH MCGARY RUMORS & GOSSIP

Video: Mitch McGary’s Pre-NBA Draft Workout

The tape doesn’t lie. Mitch McGary may not find himself a home in Round 1 of the 2014 NBA Draft after an unceremonious early departure from the Michigan Wolverines, but a video posted of a recent McGary workout shows that the talented forward is closer than ever to full health following in-season back surgery. Could McGary still be on the board when the Pistons hit the clock...
Via The Detroit Sports Site
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Despite short career, Mitch McGary leaves lasting legacy

For three weeks, Mitch McGary was at the center of the college basketball universe. That was a little over a year ago. It feels like an eternity. When Michigan fans look back on McGary’s brief and wondrous career as a Wolverine, those three weeks will likely be what they think of first. There was his dominant performance against VCU, the first game in which he showed the true breadth...
Via UM Hoops
April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Mitch McGary declares for NBA Draft after positive weed test

Mitch McGary’s draft stock was never going to be higher than it was after Michigan made a run to the 2013 Final Four. It was a weak draft class, he would have likely been a lottery pick and definitely a first round pick. Instead he chose to come back to Michigan, hurt his back, rarely played and now because he decided to smoke some weed and some bad decision making Michigan’s...
Via BlackSportsOnline
April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

McGary better, still not good enough to return

INDIANAPOLIS -- The door is closed on Mitch McGary's 2013-14 season. It's just not totally locked. Michigan's 6'10 sophomore has been a spectator since December, when McGary underwent surgery to relieve recurring lower back pain. He suffered a back injury last August, and both the details and the timetable for a potential return have been murky at best since McGary was shut down...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Mitch McGary holds up ‘Win The Game’ sign in Michigan huddle during MSU game

Michigan’s All-American center, Mitch McGary, is done for the season after having back surgery earlier in January. The sophomore center, who became a household name during Michigan’s tournament run last season, clearly has a future in coaching once his playing career is over.  McGary was seen in the huddle during the second half of Saturday night’s game with Michigan State...
Via Diehardsport
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

McGary's season in jeopardy

Michigan center Mitch McGary could miss the rest of the season after back surgery. McGary, a preseason All-American, has been limited to eight games this season after breaking out with a series of high-profile performances during last season's NCAA tournament run. He sat out all of Michigan's preseason training with the lower-back injury, and after returning for some non-conference...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Video: John Beilen, Mitch McGary talk McGary back surgery

Michigan released a statement today saying Mitch McGary is undergoing back surgery and will be out indefinitely. John Beilein joined McGary when the big man addressed the media on Friday. Beilein’s opening comment was that McGary is “out indefinitely and that may mean the end of the season. We do not know, it depends a lot on the surgery and the rehab.” You can watch the full...
Via UM Hoops
December 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Mitch McGary injured in collision with basket support, will undergo tests

After Michigan’s 68-65 win over Stanford in Brooklyn Saturday night, Michigan coach John Beilein shed some light on the nature of Mitch McGary’s injury. Michigan’s All-American big man was forced to watch the game in street clothes because of various ailments. Beilein said that he met with McGary before practice on Friday, and decided the big man was in too much pain to play...
Via UM Hoops
December 21, 2013  |  Discuss

Beilein: Mitch McGary “not even close” to 100 percent

Michigan may have to play without Mitch McGary on Saturday, when the Wolverines take on Stanford at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Why? The All-American big man is veritably wracked with injuries. After going on the radio yesterday and speaking of McGary’s “variety” of injuries, Beilein was asked for specifics on Friday. While he wouldn’t provide any specifics on exactly...
Via UM Hoops
December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

6 reasons Michigan Basketball will beat #1 ranked Arizona

With Michigan sitting outside the Top 25 and looking in with a 6-3 record, this season hasn’t started off quite the way most had hoped it would. The loss at Iowa State, well not surprising, was still disappointing. The loss to Charlotte in Puerto Rico was disconcerting. A trip to Duke resulted in Michigan being saddled with their third loss of the season. The Wolverines didn...
Via isportsweb.com
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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