In its first road test of the season, Michigan’s youth showed up in a glaring way.
A lot of people were shocked when Marcus Smart announced he would return to Oklahoma State for his sophomore season.
In the 2012-2013 season, McGary played 19.7 minutes per game and averaged 7.5 points and 6.31 rebounds.
Not only are the Wolverines young, they are also minus two NBA-caliber guards in Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr., both of whom went in the first round of the June draft.
With the news late last week that Michigan freshman Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary were returning for their sophomore season, Michigan coach John Beilein can start working on his line-up combinations for next season.
Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are coming back to Michigan, hoping to form the nucleus of the Wolverines’ next national title contender.
University of Michigan men’s basketball freshmen forwards Mitch McGary (Chesterton, Ind./Brewster Academy [N.H.]) and Glenn Robinson III (St. John, Ind./Lake Central HS) announced today (Thursday, April 18) they will both continue their collegiate playing career with the Wolverine basketball program.
Michigan freshmen Mitch McGary and Glenn Robinson III will return to school, sources told CBSSports.com.
Trey Burke has already decided to turn pro. As for the rest of Michigan’s possible early entries to the NBA draft — no additional news.
The season that none of us could predict is set to give us a title game that none of us will forget.