Catching Up With...former U-M guard Gary Grant 

March, 6, 2012
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Catching Up With... is an occasional series at WolverineNation where we chat with a former Michigan athlete about what he or she has been up to since leaving Michigan. Suggestions for future Catching Up With... subjects can be emailed to michaelrothsteinespn@gmail.com.

Last week, Gary Grant saw another one of his records broken as Michigan freshman guard Trey Burke passed him for most assists by a freshman. Now in California, Grant has watched with pride as Michigan has rebuilt itself -- in part because he has a lot to do with its initial climb to the top.

Grant is still Michigan's all-time assists leader (731) and steals leader (300) in his four-year career spanning from 1984-88. After an NBA career, Grant stayed in California, where WolverineNation caught up with him recently.
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