HoopsHype Mitch McGary rumors
Mitch McGary will undergo surgery on his back and is out indefinitely. McGary was expected to be a first round pick if he were to declare for the 2014 NBA Draft. McGary is averaging 9.5 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.9 steals per game in his sophomore season at Michigan. RealGM
In an interview with hercampus.com, McGary touched on a number of topics, including the possibility he may only spend one more year in Ann Arbor. "At this point, I can't really say," he told reporter Hannah Gordon, a U-M sophomore who wrote that she interviewed McGary in the Diag as they handed out flyers. "It's in the back of my mind, for sure, but right now I'm just trying to focus on this season. Time will tell." USA Today Sports
Forward Glenn Robinson III and center Mitch McGary both decided Thursday to return to Michigan for their sophomore years instead of heading to the pros. "We're excited to come back for another season," Robinson III said. ESPN.com
Michigan point guard Trey Burke said Friday on ESPN's SportsCenter he still hasn't made a decision on his basketball future, but that it will come in the next couple days. Since Michigan's loss in the national championship game to Louisville, Burke, as well as Tim Hardaway Jr., Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary, is expected to make a decision on whether to stay in Ann Arbor another year or head to the fortunes of the NBA draft in June. USA Today Sports
Three days after telling MLive.com he was 100% returning for his sophomore season, Mitch McGary told reporters , including mlive.com, on Friday that he was “misunderstood” and focused on Syracuse. Detroit Free Press
Michigan forward Mitch McGary has surged up draft boards after averaging a double-double in four tournament games. ESPN’s Chad Ford projects the freshman as a first-round prospect. But McGary is very clear: He plans to return for his sophomore season. "I haven’t even thought about (leaving),” he told MLive.com after practice Tuesday at the Crisler Center. “I don’t have a decision to make -- I’m coming back.” Is he 100 percent sure? “Yeah,” he said with a laugh. “I’m coming back.” Booth Newspapers
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