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Topic - Trey Burke
Rick Adelman trudged off the basketball court for maybe the final time in his professional life and he couldn't hide the disappointment.
Before he even got the ball on the first play of the game, Dirk Nowitzki decided he was going to shoot.
Last season, Georgetown's Otto Porter and Michigan's Trey Burke were up for many college Player of the Year awards. The Wizard and Jazz rookie now battle on the court in the NBA.
Michigan was without Trey Burke, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Mitch McGary on Saturday. Former stars Glen Rice and Terry Mills filled in just fine.
Big Turk lived up to his nickname.
After two games in which he was nearly invisible, Enes Kanter loomed large in the middle and scored 24 points to lift the Utah Jazz past the Washington Wizards 104-101 Saturday night.
There was never much doubt that Nik Stauskas would be back at Michigan this season.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Utah Jazz found a way to stay together despite starting the season with 14 losses in 15 games.
Trey Burke led Michigan to within a few points of a national title, a stirring finish to his college career that validated his decision to return to the Wolverines for his sophomore season.
The time was right for Trey Burke.
With a national championship slipping away in the final minutes, Trey Burke raced back on defense and gave Michigan fans one more spectacular play to remember.
Attacking Syracuse's suffocating zone defense in the first half with 3-pointers, crisp passing and a fearless attitude, the Wolverines advanced to the national championship game with a 61-56 victory over the Orange in the Final Four on Saturday night.
Jim Larranaga made his mark as a basketball coach years ago at places like Bowling Green and George Mason. This season, with his Miami Hurricanes enjoying unprecedented success, Larranaga showed he has impressive footwork.
Trey Burke, the sophomore point guard who led Michigan to the Final Four, has been selected The Associated Press' college basketball player of the year.
Freshman guard Nik Stauskas scored 22 points including six 3-pointers and Michigan is going to the Final Four for the first time since the Fab Five era after a 79-59 rout of Florida in the South Regional final Sunday.
"They just made shots," Jazz point guard Trey Burke said. "I don't think we just played awful defense. They hit open shots. Dirk hit shots. We expected him to make some tough shots, but they shot 94 percent in the first quarter. I don't think it was a lot on our defense. They just made shots tonight."
"We've just got to stay with it," Utah guard Trey Burke said. "I feel we really had an opportunity to win this game. Foye got hot tonight, so did Faried. He did a great job of rebounding and giving them second opportunities. You can't give a good team like that to get as many second opportunities as they did in the second half."