Michigan Basketball: The Biggest NBA Success Stories in Wolverines History

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Michigan Basketball: The Biggest NBA Success Stories in Wolverines History
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Whether it was members from Michigan's dream championship team in 1989, the Fab Five or even the earlier success of players like Cazzie Russell, the Wolverines have not been short on players who have made a huge impact in the NBA.

The Wolverines have had a well-decorated past of sending players to the NBA. This sideshow will include the cream of the crop. Of the 43 players who have ever played in the NBA from Michigan, this list will count down the 10 best.

Realize that this list is solely based on their NBA accomplishments and not what they achieved in college. So while a player like Rumeal Robinson is a hero in Michigan lore for his clutch free throws in the 1989 championship, he did not make a splash in the NBA necessary to be mentioned with the following 10 players. Also excluded from this list, for obvious reasons, will be young players just starting to get their feet wet (i.e., Tim Hardaway Jr, Trey Burke) in the NBA.

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