ANN ARBOR (AP) — Tim Hardaway Jr. is moving on to the next challenge, well aware that he’ll still need to prove himself if he’s going to follow his father’s footsteps in the NBA.
“Everybody’s going in there with the same mindset,” Hardaway said. “There’s no leeway.”
Hardaway announced Wednesday that he’ll forgo his senior season at Michigan and enter the NBA draft. He’s the second Wolverine to declare early for this year’s draft — national player of the year Trey Burke announced his departure Sunday.
Burke could be one of the top players taken, but Hardaway’s s...