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Michigan Men's Basketball

Simon Kaufman: Michigan in trouble if freshmen don't step up

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

So far, Michigan’s six freshmen have contributed less than a quarter of Michigan’s minutes and less than 20 percent of its scoring.

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Red-hot NJIT stuns Michigan at Crisler Center, 72-70

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

NJIT pulled off perhaps one of the biggest upsets in college basketball history, shocking the Michigan men’s basketball team.

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Michigan seeks another confidence boost vs. NJIT

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Fresh off a 68-65 victory over Syracuse on Tuesday, the Wolverines (6-1) host NJIT looking to get into more of a rhythm before the non-conference schedule wraps up.

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Chatman’s comfort level increasing once more

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“That would have been an eight-point, 10-point game at half if it weren’t for Kam,” said Michigan coach John Beilein. “He got rebounds, he saw out of the post, made a couple 15-footers. … He’s getting more comfortable now with who he is and how he fits in what we’re doing.”

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Albrecht's late 3-pointer leads Michigan over Syracuse

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

All night long, sophomore guard Spike Albrecht made a sold out Crisler Center come to its feet with crisp passes. But it wasn’t until he knocked down a deep 3-pointer with 31 seconds left in the game that the crowd was cheering for his own basket, as Michigan held on to edge Syracuse, 68-65.

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Albrecht's big shot puts exclamation point on shining night

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BY MAX BULTMAN

But in the final minute of the Michigan men’s basketball team’s 68-65 win over Syracuse, Albrecht hit a cold-blooded 3-pointer, putting an exclamation point on a stellar performance. Apparently, he inspired the arena’s public-address operator to play a song normally reserved for the season’s defining game.

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With 2-3 zone and 2013 Final Four in mind, Wolverines prepare for Syracuse

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BY LEV FACHER

Though the Michigan men’s basketball team last faced Syracuse less than two years ago, just three players on the current roster were there to take part.

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Shots fall for Michigan in easy bounce-back win

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BY JAKE LOURIM

For a few hours on Saturday, the 3-point shots fell and the offense was run to perfection in an easy 91-62 win over Nicholls State.

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For homegrown talent, taking on Michigan is memorable

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

For and a handful of local products who played in Crisler Center during the first week of the season, the opportunity to play against a team they watched and rooted for growing up is one they’ll cherish for a long time.

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Big days from LeVert, Doyle lead Michigan to laugher over Nicholls State

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY LEV FACHER

The blowout wasn’t hindered by the absence of sophomore guard Derrick Walton Jr., who had previously started every game at point guard for Michigan (5-1), but didn’t dress because of an injury.

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