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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

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Michigan Men's Basketball

Irvin crashes glass for career high in rebounds

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BY JAKE LOURIM

“He’s trying to see what a complete player looks like, and he’s trying to evolve into that,” said Michigan coach John Beilein.

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Wolverines buck losing trend, dispatch Coppin State

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Behind 47.2 percent shooting from the floor, Michigan easily routed the Eagles, 72-56.

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Donnal's breakout performance encouraging, even in loss

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY MAX BULTMAN

He had a career-high 13 points and four rebounds, sank four of six shots — including 2-of-3 from 3-point range — and provided a noticeable spark off the bench in his first game not in the starting five.

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Michigan can't shake shooting slump, drops fourth straight

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BY JAKE LOURIM

The Wolverines shot 8-for-36 from 3-point range and dropped their fourth straight Saturday at Crisler Center, 62-51.

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Michigan tries to snap skid against Brown-led SMU

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Larry Brown will bring his Southern Methodist team to Crisler Center to take on the Wolverines in his 40th year of coaching.

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Michigan’s bigs outsized on big stage

Allison Farrand/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

TUCSON, Ariz. — Midway through the second half in the Michigan men’s basketball team’s game against No. 3 Arizona, Wildcats center Kaleb Tarczewski made 6-foot-9 Michigan freshman forward Ricky Doyle look small.

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Arizona embarrasses Wolverines in 80-53 laugher

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BY MAX BULTMAN

The Wildcats’ Stanley Johnson thrilled the McKale Center crowd with acrobatic dunks and slick ball handling on the way to an emphatic Arizona win.

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Reeling Wolverines head into non-conference showdown at No. 3 Arizona

BY JAKE LOURIM

Saturday will provide the Wolverines’ toughest test yet, an Arizona team with a balanced offense, a tough defense and good size at every position.

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Putrid shooting dooms Michigan once again in loss to Eastern Michigan

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

If you were looking for the Michigan men’s basketball team to bounce back against Eastern Michigan with a dominant showing, you would be wrong.

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After besting Syracuse's 2-3 zone a week ago, Wolverines struggle against similar Eagles alignment

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BY LEV FACHER

The Wolverines fought through the Syracuse zone Dec. 2 but were surprisingly unable to crack Eastern Michigan’s defensive alignment.

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