2006-07 BKM vs. Michigan State -- Postgame Notes

Tonight's game marked the third sellout at Crisler Arena this season.

With Michigan's 67-56 victory over Michigan State, the Wolverines improve to 91-70 (84-67*) in the all-time series. U-M also holds a 56-26 (52-25*) advantage in games played in Ann Arbor.

Tonight's 67-56 win over Michigan State improves Michigan's record to 20-10 overall with an 8-7 record in conference action. It marks third 20-win season for the Wolverines in the last six seasons under U-M coach Tommy Amaker.

With the 67-56 win against Michigan State, Michigan now has 20 wins on the season. With one regular season game remaining, it is the most wins the Wolverines have had in nine seasons, dating back to the 1997-98 season.

Michigan committed a season-low eight turnovers against Michigan State. Michigan's previous low was nine turnovers at No. 3/3 Ohio State.

Michigan has now used the starting lineup of Jerret Smith, Dion Harris, Lester Abram, Brent Petway and Ekpe Udoh for four consecutive games.

Courtney Sims has not missed a game in his career, playing in 128 straight, while teammate Ron Coleman has played in 94 straight games for the Maize and Blue.

With a team-best 24-points against Michigan State, Dion Harris has reached double figures in 20 games this season, including 12 of his last 16 games. He also posted his seventh 20-plus point game of the season.

Dion Harris' 24 points against Michigan State gives him 1,532 career points and bumps him into 15th on U-M's all-time scoring list. Harris reached and surpassed Juwan Howard (1992-94), who finished his Wolverine career with 1,526 points.

Courtney Sims recorded his 14th career double-double against the Spartans, recording 13 points while bringing down 10 rebounds. Sims has posted five double-doubles this season.

Lester Abram's six points against Michigan State gives him 1,228 career tallies, moving him into 29th on Michigan's all-time scoring list. Abram reached and surpassed Dennis Stewart (1967-69), who finished his Wolverine career with 1,224 points.

Lester Abram's 6-for-6 from the charity stripe matches a season best for free throws made. Abram has connected on six from the foul line two other times this season.

With eight points against Michigan State, Jerret Smith reached and surpassed 200 career points. Smith now has 203 career tallies.

Jerret Smith recorded his fourth-career block against Michigan State.

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