Starters for todays game were Jerret Smith, Dion Harris, Courtney Sims, Ron Coleman and Lester Abram
Michigan started the game with a 12-2 run and ended the half with a 43-20 lead.
Today's attendance at Crisler Arena was 7,185. .
Courtney Sims led Michigan with 21 points, shooting 9-for-11 from the field. He also led the team with six rebounds and two blocks. Sims also added two steals in the game.
Michigan was 17-for-31 from the field (58.5 percent) against Michigan Tech.
In today's game, 21 of 31 Michigan field goals came off assists. Jerret Smith led the Wolverines with six assists, and finished the exhibition season with 10 total assists and four turnovers.
Michigan Tech did not attempt one free throw in the first half. Its first free throw attempt of the game came four minutes into the second half.
The largest lead of the game for Michigan came in the second half, when Michigan went up 83-40, giving it a 43 point edge
Michigan Tech forward Georgio Holt fouled out in the second half with 4:59 remaining. He finished the game playing only seven total minutes.
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