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Robinson, McGary returning to Michigan

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) -- Glenn Robinson III and Mitch McGary are coming back to Michigan for their sophomore seasons.

Robinson and McGary announced their decisions Thursday. The Wolverines have lost national player of the year Trey Burke and guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to the NBA draft, but now they can expect to return three starters from the team that reached the NCAA title game this season.

Robinson, the son of the former Purdue star with the same name, started all 39 games for Michigan this season and averaged 11 points. McGary's stock took off during the NCAA tournament, when he emerged as a force inside to help the Wolverines to their first Final Four since 1993.

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