After winning the Big Ten and nearly reaching a second straight Final Four, John Beilein’s Michigan team lost a few early entrants to the NBA draft.
Over the weekend the NBA rookies gathered for their initial photo shoots, which included displays of dunking.
McGary spent two years at Michigan and was Oklahoma City’s top draft pick in last month’s NBA Draft, going 21st overall.
Between Michigan and Michigan State, five players were selected in Thursday night’s NBA draft. Where were they picked and how do they fit?
The Oklahoma City Thunder took Michigan forward Mitch McGary with the 21st overall pick in the NBA draft on Thursday night.
Whatever McGary decided would not have shocking. Why he decided and his decision to explain, however, will likely surprise almost everyone.
University of Michigan men’s basketball head coach John Beilein announced today that sophomore Mitch McGary will forgo his final two years of eligibility and submit the necessary paperwork to declare for early entry into the 2014 National Basketball Association (NBA) Draft.
“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.
John Beilein admits he couldn’t have foreseen this from Jordan Morgan.