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Michigan Men's Basketball

Loss propels Michigan into Tournament

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Sunday, like the Sunday afternoon in Ames, Michigan again watched as its opponent celebrated on the court. This time, it was the Spartans following their Big Ten Tournament championship win.

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Men’s Basketball

Wolverines drop conference title to Spartans, squander No. 1 seed

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BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

After opening the second half trailing by nine, the Wolverines failed to cut the deficit to single digits, struggling on both offense and defense while rotating through their pair of foul-troubled forwards.

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LeVert’s instincts lead Michigan to victory

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

As a guard, it’s not part of LeVert’s responsibilities to crash the offensive boards. As a guard, it’s LeVert’s responsibility to get in the middle of the court and halt the ensuing transition play by the offense. But on Saturday, in No. 8 Michigan’s 72-69 win over Ohio State, LeVert ran toward his own basket instead of back toward Ohio State’s.

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Men’s Basketball

Michigan topples Ohio State, advances to Big Ten Tournament final

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

The result places Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament final for the first time since 1998.

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Stauskas overcomes midseason selflessness to find selfish balance

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BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Less than a half-minute had elapsed since he declared he would “shoot regardless,” but with his defender, along with an Illinois big in his face, all had seemed to go awry.

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Michigan survives scare from Illinois

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BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

Tracy Abrams drove the ball on the right side, but his floater hit the front iron. Michigan hung on, 64-63.

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Sporting a No. 1 for first time, Michigan readies for Big Ten Tournament

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BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The Wolverines shot Illinois out of State Farm Center that night, going 16-for-23 from behind the arc to get an 84-53 win and to claim the outright Big Ten regular-season title.

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Jon Horford’s journey for peace

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

“It is for them, to help them anyway I can,” Jon said. “Even though my role on this team isn’t necessarily to score a lot of points, it is for them, but it’s also for peace of mind.”

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Hoops regular season by the numbers

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

Isolated numbers rarely tell the full story of a season, but together, they help paint a more complete picture.

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Stauskas, Beilein take top Big Ten honors

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BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Sophomore guard Nik Stauskas was named the Big Ten Player of the Year and Michigan coach John Beilein earned Coach of the Year honors from the media.

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