Tonight's starting lineup was Dion Harris, Ron Coleman, Lester Abram, Brent Petway and Courtney Sims.
Freshmen Reed Baker, K'Len Morris, DeShawn Sims, Ekpe Udoh, Anthony Wright and redshirt-freshman Kendric Price saw their first collegiate playing time today for the Wolverines.
Attendance for tonight's game was 6,873.
Entering halftime, Michigan led by 20 points, shooting 13-for-27 (48.1 percent) from the field. The Wolverines finished the game shooting 32-for-62 (51.6 percent), and 12-for-20 from long range.
U-M finished the game with 22 assists and 10 turnovers. U-M guards Dion Harris (five assists) and Jerret Smith (four assists) combined for nine assists and zero turnovers in the game.
Lester Abram finished the first half with a team-high 12 points, rounding out the game 6-for-9 shooting, including three triples, for a game-high 19 points.
Michigan had a trio of double-digit scorers against Wayne State. Lester Abram led the way with 19 points, while Dion Harris and Reed Baker each had 13, respectively.
Reed Baker, in his first collegiate performance, shot a perfect 4-for-4 from three-point land.
Brent Petway finished with a game-high eight rebounds, all coming on the defensive end. He also added four blocks, which were all in the first half.
Kendric Price was 3-for-3 from the field, including two dunks and a three-pointer. He finished with seven points and one assist.
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