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  Colorado
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No. 2 Michigan pulls away defeating Binghamton 74-52 - Dec 31, 2018


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No. 2 Michigan struggled out of the gate against Binghamton only leading 34-29 at half and stayed close through much of the second half, but behind strong performances from sophomore guard Jordan Poole (6'4''-G-99), sophomore forward Isaiah Livers (6'7''-F-98) and freshman forward Ignas Brazdeikis (6'7''-F/G-99), the Wolverines were able to stay perfect and pull away to win 74-52. Jordan Poole didn't lead all scorers for Michigan, but really was the star with 18 points on 6-of-11-shooting, four assists and two rebounds. He has continued to elevate his play and showed he can carry this team even when things aren't going perfect. Isaiah Livers had another nice game with 17 points on 8-of-10-shooting, three assists and three rebounds. He has really taken to his role of coming off the bench and looks to be an even more complete player following his 11 point, six rebound performance last weekend against Air Force. He also continues to play very well on the defensive side of the floor too. The freshman sensation Ignas Brazdeikis also pitched in 21 points on 9-of-18-shooting with eight boards and an assist. He worked hard getting in the lane and going through contact, which resulted in some easy buckets when they were tough to come by. His deep ball was on hitting all 3 of three-point shots. While Zavier Simpson (6'0''-PG-97) didn't score many, but he did contribute with 10 assists and nine rebounds. He also made his presence felt on the defensive side of the ball creating several turnovers. Senior guard Charles Matthews didn't have his best day with 7 points on 3-of-12-shooting, three rebounds and an assist. While he has been a catalyst for the Wolverines much of the season, he never could find his shot and missed several around the rim.
Courtesy of: 247sports.com   



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