Michigan Won't Get Three From Trey

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Fans at the Crisler Center should enjoy Trey Burke while they have him. 

Burke seriously considered leaving for the NBA at the end of his freshman season, and the way he's playing this year, it is hard to see a way that he'll come back next year.

Burke picked up the Big Ten Player of the Week award on Monday after averaging 23.5 points, 6.5 assists and 4.5 rebounds in wins over Binghamton and West Virginia. That helped the Wolverines improve their record to 11-0 — their best start since the NCAA championship of 1988-89.

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