McGary's career full of peaks and valleys 

April, 8, 2013
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Like a volatile Wall Street stock, the perception is that Mitch McGary’s individual status has hit an unprecedented amount of peaks, valleys and cliffs over the years. It’s a pattern that seemingly dates all the way back to his high school days at Chesterton High (Ind.) and continued through his prep school career at Brewster Academy (N.H.) and into his freshman season at Michigan.

Now, with Michigan one win away from a national championship and McGary not only the breakout star of the NCAA tournament but suddenly also a very real candidate to be one and done to the NBA, let’s take a historical look back to see if a pattern does exist after all.
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