Nov. 4, 2011
Tim Hardaway Jr. led the Wolverines with 20 points on 7-of-17 (41 percent) shooting, including 2-of-7 (29 percent) from behind the arc and 4-of-6 (67 percent) from the free throw line.
Hardaway also led U-M with nine rebounds (seven defensive, two offensive). Michigan lost the rebounding battle, 40-31.
Trey Burke led Michigan with four assists. For the game, the Wolverines dished out 14 assists, leading to 19 field goals made. Burke added seven points and two rebounds in the win.
Zack Novak scored 14 points on 6-of-12 shooting (50 percent), including 2-of-8 (25 percent) from behind the arc. Novak added a team-high three steals, as well as three rebounds and an assist in the win.
Jon Horford scored six points on a perfect 3-of-3 shooting night. Horford added a team-high two blocks, six rebounds, and an assist in the win.
Michigan shot 37 percent (19-of-51) from the field -- 33 percent (10-of-30) in the first half and 43 percent (9-of-21) in the second half. U-M shot 21 percent (5-of-24) from three-point range -- 19 percent (3-of-16) in the first half and 25 percent (2-of-8) in the second half.
Michigan outscored Wayne State in points in the paint (22-18) and points off turnovers (10-9). The Warriors outscored the Wolverines in second-chance points (8-3).
The game featured three ties and two lead changes. Michigan led by as many as 14 and never trailed by more than two.
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