Incoming Michigan freshman Glenn Robinson III uses offense, defense to help Indiana All-Stars sweep Kentucky
Glenn Robinson III rose from relative anonymity to blue chip recruit during his high school basketball career.
And now, that career is officially over.
The Michigan basketball commit, who joins the Wolverines later this year, played two games over the weekend for the Indiana All-Stars. They faced the Kentucky All-Stars, beating them in both games.
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His defense, though, helped Indiana gain separation in the second half of the 83-73 victory. The Indianapolis Star said Robinson's "interior defense altered many Kentucky shots, especially in the pivotal second half when Indiana outscored Kentucky 43-32."
“Our second half was much better,” Robinson told the Star. “We came out with a lot more intensity and with the mindset that we were going to get stops on defense. That allowed us to come away with this thing.
“We accomplished our goal, which was to win all four games we played this week (two exhibitions and a sweep of Kentucky). It was a long, tough week, but we came away with the wins. We were not going to be that team that broke this winning streak. I did enjoy it very much. I had fun.”
Robinson is a 6-foot-7 wing who recently finished his prep career at Lake Central High School in St. John, Ind. He is the program's all-time leading scorer.