Found December 06, 2012 on UM Hoops:
Our weekly feature tracking the performance of Michigan players over the last week’s action. (Photo: Dustin Johnston) Trey Burke: 9.5 (Last Week: 8.5) Burke has been nearly unstoppable this past week, as well as nearly mistake-free. In Michigan’s games against Bradley and Western Michigan, the point guard racked up 12 assists to just two turnovers and has raised his assist rate on the season to just over 38%, which is good for 25th in the country. He has also carried the scoring load for the Wolverines, tallying 16 and 20 points against Bradley and Western Michigan, respectively. Nik Stauskas: 9.5 (Last Week: 8.5) Nik Stauskas has established himself firmly in the starting rotation and is fast becoming a player you just can’t keep off the court. His offensive numbers continue to climb: the freshman’s offensive efficiency is up to just under 153, where he ranks third nationally; his effective field goal percentage is an absurd 75 percent, good for fifth. What’s crazy is that we’re ...
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