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Thursday, 23 January 2014

BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRICAN AMERICAN " GLEN ROBINSON 111 " IS AN AMERICAN COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER FOR MICHIGAN WOLVERINES WHO IS PLAYING HIS SOPHOMORE SEASON FOR THE 2013 - 14 TEAM : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "

                                  BLACK                  SOCIAL               HISTORY                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Freshman (2012-13) ...Kyle Macy Freshman All-American Team ... BIG TEN HONORS: Big Ten All-Freshman Team by the coaches and All-Big Ten honorable mention by the media ... Two-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week (Jan. 7, Jan. 28) ... MICHIGAN HONORS: U-M Iron Man Award ... Started all 37 games ... Helped U-M earn the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Tournament South Region and advance to the national championship game for the first time in 20 years, before falling to No. 1 Louisville, 82-76 ... Helped U-M win the program's first NIT Season Tip-Off title ... Helped U-M go undefeated (13-0) in non-conference play for the first time since 1985-86 and match the program's best start (16-0, 1985-86) ... Scored 428 points (11.0 ppg) and grabbed 211 rebounds (5.4 rpg) ... Shot 57.2 percent (167-for-292) from the field ... Shot 32.4 percent (23-for-71) from three-point range ... Recorded double-figures in 23 games, reaching the 21-point mark four times ... Recorded two double-doubles -- 20 points and 10 rebounds vs. Iowa (Jan. 6), and 21 points and 10 rebounds vs. Penn State (Feb. 17) ... Converted a career-high nine field goals (9-for-13) vs. Central Michigan (Dec. 29) ... Scored a career-high 21 points vs. IUPUI (Nov. 12), vs. Penn State (Feb. 17) and vs. South Dakota State (March 21) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... Had a career-high two blocks in three games ... Dished out a career-high four assists vs. Ohio State (Feb. 5) ... Had a career-high three steals at Minnesota (Jan. 17) and vs. Penn State (March 14) ... Averaged 33.6 minutes per game ... Played 30-or-more minutes in 32 games ... Played a career-high 42 minutes in the overtime win vs. Kansas (March 29) in the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16.
Prep Career ... Lake Central High School (2012) ... Coached by Dave Milausnic ... Finished his career with 1,318 points (all-time leading scorer), 423 rebounds and 174 assists ... 2012 IBCA Association All-State First Team ... 2011 IBCA Underclass All-State First Team ... 2012 Associated Press All-State Second Team ... 2011 Associated Press All-State High Honorable Mention ... All-Duneland Conference (2010, '11, '12) ... 2012 Post-Tribune Player of the Year ... All-Area (2010, '11, '12) ... IBCA Junior All-Star Game, Core Six Player (2011) ... IBCA Top 100 (2010, '11) ... Team MVP (2010, '11, '12) ... NBPA Top 100 Invitee (2011) ... MVP of ESPN's High School All-American game, led North team with 16 points and four rebounds ... As a senior (2011-2012) ... Averaged 21.7 points, 7.5 rebounds, 4.1 assists and 2.1 steals per game ... Led Lake Central to a 21-3 record, 13-1 Duneland League (1st) ... Class 4A Playoffs, lost to South Bend Adams (76-72) in regional semifinal, where he had 29 points ... Led Lake Central to first sectional title after defeating Highland (63-37), where he had 24 points ... defeated Munster (66-56) and East Chicago Central (73-52) to reach sectional final ... As a junior (2010-11) ... Averaged 22.1 points, 6.1 rebounds, 2.3 assists and 1.5 steals per game ... Led Lake Central to a 13-9 record, 7-7 Duneland League (t-4th) ... Class 4A Playoffs, defeated Lowell (70-64) in sectional quarterfinal before losing to Munster (54-53 OT) in semifinal ... Scored a career-best 39 points against East Chicago Central (Feb. 5) ... As a sophomore (2009-10) ... Averaged 16.1 points, 6.5 rebounds, 1.8 assists and 1.2 steals per game ... Led the team in scoring and rebounding ... Led Lake Central to a 13-8 record, 9-5 Duneland League (3rd) ... Class 4A Playoffs, lost to East Chicago Central (51-47) in sectional quarterfinal ... AAU ... Played with Sports Youth Foundation Basketball Flyers (SYF) ... Coached by Wayne Brumm.
Personal ... Given name is Glenn Alan Robinson III ... Born on Jan. 8, 1994 in Gary, Ind. ... Son of Shantelle Clay and Glenn Robinson ... Enrolled in the School of Kinesiology ... Undecided major ... Right-handed ... Committed to Michigan (Sept. 13, 2011) ... Signed with Michigan (Nov. 9, 2011) ... Personal Notes ... Father, Glenn "Big Dog" Robinson played 11 seasons in the NBA, averaging 20.7 points, 6.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists, with stops with the Milwaukee Bucks, Atlanta Hawks, Philadelphia 76ers and San Antonio Spurs ... First overall 1994 NBA Draft pick by the Milwaukee Bucks ... Played collegiately at Purdue (1992-94), earning 1994 Big Ten Player of the Year honors, as well as the John R. Wooden, Naismith and USWBA National Player of the Year accolades.


Glenn Alan Robinson III born January 8, 1994 is an American college basketball player for the Michigan Wolverines who is playing his sophomore season for the 2013–14 team. He was an All-State high school basketball player for Lake Central High School in Indiana. He is the son of Glenn Robinson, the 1994 NBA first overall draft pick.
In high school, he committed to the University of Michigan before his junior season while he was still a three-star prospect ranked outside of the top 100 in the national class of 2012, according to Rivals.com. By the end of his high school career, he was a five-star top 20 prospect in the national class, according to some, including Rivals and ESPN.com. Nonetheless, he was overlooked by many prestigious honors selectors, but he did appear in some national All-American contests. Subsequently, he began his college career at Michigan where he was an immediate starter for the 2012–13 team. Following the 2012–13 Big Ten season he was recognized as an honorable mention All-conference selection and All-freshman honoree by the coaches. He was selected to the Kyle Macy Freshman All-American Team

Background

Robinson was born, weighing 3 pounds 4 ounces (1.5 kg), three months premature to his single Purdue University freshman mother, Shantelle Clay, at Methodist Hospital in Gary, Indiana. He spent his first two months in an incubator (with a miniature basketball), until he was about 6 pounds (2.7 kg). By age three he was a participant in the Hammond, Indiana YMCA children's basketball league. Robinson attended Grimmer Middle School prior to attending Lake Central High School. He stood at 5 feet 6 inches (1.68 m) in seventh grade and 6 feet 1 inch (1.85 m) two years later as a freshman. Robinson was nearly 6 feet 4 inches (1.93 m) during his sophomore season and stood at over 6 feet 5.5 inches (1.97 m) as a junior.
As a freshman, he played junior varsity for Lake Central and once made a game-winning half-court shot.[5] That year he became obsessed with his dream of dunking and even bought special shoes and wore ankle weights to help his dream come true. At the time, his father lived in Atlanta and Robinson grew up with his mother, Shantelle Clay-Irving and younger brother Gelen. During the summer between his freshman and sophomore season, he came under the wing of two substitute father figures: Dave Milausnic, Lake Central Varsity Basketball head coach, and Wayne Brumm, AAU SYF Players under-17 coach. Milausnic convinced Robinson to come to the gym for early morning workouts, often waking Robinson at his home. Brumm, who would eventually continue to mentor Robinson as a collegian, advised Robinson to hire a personal trainer named Andrew Wallen, who helped Robinson augment his vertical leap. He also helped Robinson bulk up from 167 pounds (75.75 kg) prior to his sophomore year to 210 pounds (95.25 kg) in two years. Growing up, Robinson has not embodied the tough vocal demeanor that his father had and the his brother developed. His passive nature has shown itself in all facets of Robinson's life including his basketball game.