Backcourt puts in work at LeBron camp 

July, 9, 2012
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Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey BurkePaul Biancardi/ESPN.comTim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke are working on involving their teammates more in the offense at the LeBron James Skills Academy.
Tim Hardaway Jr. and Trey Burke were two of just 25 college players invited to the LeBron James Skills Academy in Las Vegas over the weekend. The duo got to face some of the nation's top talent, including Penn State's Tim Frazier and Duke's Mason Plumlee and Ryan Kelly.

With the event open to NBA scouts, Burke had the opportunity to show off his game to the professionals after having flirted with leaving Michigan. But with only a few months to prepare for his sophomore season, Burke has his sights set on making the Wolverines better.

"My focus is to bring more to the team than just scoring," Burke said. "I am trying to get everyone involved and making others around me better. Having the feel of scoring and running the point is one of the biggest things that I must learn. I am working on that in every session here at camp."
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