Six weeks before the NBA draft, Trey Burke was locked inside a gym near his father's house in Columbus, Ohio, going through his daily regimen of 700 jumpers. But shooting form wasn't the only thing on the ex-Michigan point guard's mind. Choosing something to wear on draft night, he said only half-jokingly, "is as important as training." He doesn't have a stylist yet, but he's got a tailor and a "special barber." "There will be a lot of 'specials' that night," he says. "Hey, we just did GQ! We can't let the standards fall."