ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- When Trey Burke committed to Michigan the summer before his senior season, he didn't anticipate this. He thought he'd be backing up Darius Morris, playing 10-15 minutes a game.
Burke figured he'd pick up pointers from Morris and others as he prepared eventually to take over the role. Then Morris left for the NBA. Burke started training twice a day, and less than a year later has become Michigan's most indispensable players.
And one of the best guards in the Big ...
Read full story