Nov. 10, 2012
Tim Hardaway Jr. became the 46th Wolverine to score 1,000 career points. With his 25 points tonight, he now has 1,005 career points. It marked the 13th time in his career he scored 20-plus points in a game and is the 55th time scoring in double figures.
Tim Hardaway Jr. recorded his fourth career double-double with 25 points and 10 rebounds. Each time he has recorded the feat, U-M has won the game.
Michigan scored 100 points in a game for the first time in nearly five years. The last time was when the Wolverines had 103 points against Oakland (Dec. 7, 2007). Max Bielfeldt's first career points off a tip-in from a Josh Bartelstein missed free throw helped U-M to the century mark.
With his five three field-goal attempts tonight, Tim Hardaway Jr. surpassed Robbie Reid (397) for eighth all-time in field-goal attempts with 399. In addition, he tied his career high with five three-pointers -- a feat he has had six times in his career.
Jon Horford returned to action for U-M for the first time since Dec. 10, 2011. After missing the final 25 games of the 2011-12 season with a right foot injury, a sprained knee caused him to miss the majority of this preseason and Michigan's two exhibition games. Horford recorded four points, one rebound, one assist and one block in eight minutes played.
With his 21 points and eight assists, Trey Burke recorded his 31st career double figure scoring game and his 17th game with five or more assists.
Matt Vogrich earned his first career start against Slippery Rock and needs just one more game played to become the 58th Wolverine with 100 career games played.
In their first collegiate games, Mitch McGary (nine points, nine rebounds) and Glenn Robinson III (10 points, eight rebounds) nearly recorded double-doubles. In addition, Nik Stauskas had seven points and Spike Albrecht had two points, two rebounds and two assists in their career debut.
The game against Slippery Rock marked the fifth straight year Michigan has played a Division II opponent during the regular season. In addition to The Rock, U-M has faced Michigan Tech (W, 77-55 in 2008-09), Northern Michigan (W, 97-50 in 2009-10), Concordia (W, 86-51 in 2010-11) and Ferris State (W, 59-33 in 2011-12).
Of the 14 Michigan players that saw time of the court, 12 different players scored points.
Michigan recorded its first sellout of the season. Following the renovations to Crisler Center, the new capacity is 12,693.
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