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Michigan Men's Basketball

Ever-developing Walton keys Michigan victory

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Walton has to create opportunities for himself as frequently as he needs to create opportunities for others. If he looked to pass only, the Wolverines’ offense just wouldn’t flow.

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Wolverines overcome second-half deficit to defeat Minnesota, 62-57

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BY LEV FACHER

Walton and LeVert tied for the team lead in scoring with 15 points each, followed by Doyle and Irvin with 12 apiece.

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Wolverines back at home for Saturday matchup against Minnesota

BY JAKE LOURIM

Michigan is returning home at 2-1 in the Big Ten after splitting a two-game road trip, while Minnesota is playing on the road for the third time in four contests and looking to avoid starting 0-4.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Minnesota coach Richard Pitino

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BY JAKE LOURIM

After a year at Florida International in 2012-13, the younger Pitino started at Minnesota last season by just missing the NCAA Tournament and then winning the NIT.

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With Albrecht in starting lineup, offense flourishes

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

For coach John Beilein, it was a simple lineup change that helped lift the Wolverines to victory. In came junior guard Spike Albrecht and out went freshman forward Kameron Chatman.

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Irvin, LeVert lead shooting resurgence in victory

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BY JACOB GASE

The resurgent offense — led by LeVert and Irvin, who finished the game with 18 and 17 points, respectively — was the deciding factor in Michigan’s 73-64 victory over the Nittany Lions.

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Wolverines overcome turnovers, use sharp shooting to top Penn State

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Coming off a game against Purdue in which they shot 18.2 percent in the second half, the Wolverines shot a healthy 53.3 percent from the floor Tuesday at Penn State, dispatching the Nittany Lions 73-64.

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Behind Enemy Lines: Penn State coach Pat Chambers

BY MAX BULTMAN

Penn State (0-2 Big Ten, 12-3 overall) has lost to Wisconsin and Rutgers already this season, but has proven itself capable of knocking off heavy hitters under Chambers.

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Lengthy dry spell deflates Wolverines in second half

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BY MAX BULTMAN

From the 19:11 mark until there was just 6:37 to play, Michigan’s only points came by way of four free throws — three by sophomore guard Derrick Walton Jr. and one by Albrecht.

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Ice-cold second half plagues Michigan in road loss to Purdue

Luna Anna Archey/Daily

BY JAKE LOURIM

In the second half, Michigan hit only one of its first 14 shots and Purdue went on a 16-4 run to pull out a 64-51 win Saturday at Mackey Arena.

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