For the first time since he left Ann Arbor three years ago, Trey Burke is on the move. The former Michigan point guard and Naismith Award winner was traded by the Utah Jazz earlier this month. He says his new destination — the Washington Wizards — is a welcome chance to jumpstart a career that seemed to stall as the 2015-16 season wound down. “It was definitely time for a reset,” Burke said. “A lot of the things that happened, I didn’t understand. Just to have an opportunity again, being able to play with an All-Star-caliber point guard in John Wall, I look at it as an opportunity to go deep in the playoffs and win games.” Burke’s first three years in the NBA essentially marked the first success-free
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In Miami’s 12th season, the Heat continued to dominate the Atlantic Division, winning their fourth consecutive division title with a 52-30 regular season record and the second seed in the postseason. After making quick work of the Detroit Pistons in four straight games to open the playoffs, the Heat ran into Miami’s natural enemy in the New York Knicks, who defeated the good guys in seven games. Still, it was a pretty good time to be a Heat fan (but isn’t it always?) First Star 33 Alonzo Mourning 1547.2 Mourning continued to rack up the accolades in 1999-00, his eighth NBA season. He made the All Star squad for the fifth time, won the NBA Defensive Player of the Year award for the second season