That stepback shot by burke was a legitimate pro move and shot. He has definitely added some things to his game this year that has taken him to that next level.
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I'm assuming #25's New Year's resolution involves never again being in the same zip code as Glenn Robinson III.
[Trey Burke doing good basketball things and Nik Stauskas hitting all the threes after THE JUMP.]
I had to look at the scoreboard to make sure I wasn't copy/pasting the same shot twice. Nope.
No big deal, just Trey Burke doing LeBron moves on the fast break.
There's a glitch in the matrix.
I'm betting Trey Burke is very happy he came back for one more year. He's playing like a Top 5 pick right now. Unreal how much he has progressed from last season to now.
He'll never be a lottery pick, let alone top 5, but at this moment he's already playing like Damian Lillard lite, and you could argue Lillard should've gone in the top 3.
I might have noticed it because they reset the play a few times, but one of Michigan's most effective plays is where GR the !!! is at either the top or bottom of the floor near the corner. He will then watch for Burke who is about 2/3 of the way around the three point line, drive to the middle of the key. As soon as Robinson watches Burk drive, he cuts quickly to the basket. They tried this move at the start of the game, and a great example starting at 39:45ish on the above video.
You could see Robinson start his cut, but when Burk pulled up his drive, Robinson moved back to his starting position at the three point line. It was very effective.