Glenn Robinson III
Between Michigan and Michigan State, five players were selected in Thursday night’s NBA draft. Where were they picked and how do they fit?
“We hear a lot of talk, ‘What if we would have stayed?’
Robinson Says McGary Is ‘Dominating’ In Workouts, Has Confidence McGary Can Still Impress NBA Personnel
Unlike fellow sophomores Nik Stauskas and Glenn Robinson III, Mitch McGary has not yet decided whether to remain in school or jump to the NBA.
University of Michigan men’s basketball head coach John Beilein announced today that sophomores Glenn Robinson III and Nik Stauskas will forgo their final two years of eligibility and submit the necessary paperwork to declare for early entry into the 2014 National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft.
Monday, a report has surfaced that Michigan forward Glenn Robinson III has hired an agent and will be going to the NBA.
Nik Stauskas was already looking ahead to next season at Michigan — even though it’s by no means certain that he’ll still be a Wolverine then.
Cuonzo Martin feels as if he’s spent his whole life getting to know Glenn Robinson III.
With an undergraduate degree from Michigan but one more year of basketball eligibility, fifth-year-senior-to-be Jordan Morgan had some options.
Glenn Robinson III drove to the basket, the ball was knocked out of bounds — and then players on both teams had to be separated as last weekend’s Michigan-Michigan State game became increasingly testy down the stretch.
SI ranks the Spartans third in the country and the Wolverines seventh. The teams face off Jan. 25 and Feb. 23.