Utah's Trey Burke Shows off Trophies and Returns to Hometown High School

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Trey Burke had a solid NBA rookie season with the Utah Jazz. After recovering from a finger injury, he played in 70 games and was a force as a point guard and leader. He was on the All-Rookie NBA first team and even won Rookie of the Month three times.

He was a highly decorated college player during his NCAA career at Michigan, winning most of the major college awards. He showed off his enormous trophy collection that he has amassed over the years. 

Burke went to high school with fellow NBA player, and Boston Celtic, Jared Sullinger, and while at Northland High School their team at one time was ranked No. 1 in the nation. Trey took us on the tour of his high school and the gym where he learned to become the NBA player he is today.

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