Found March 01, 2013 on UM Hoops:
Dustin Johnston Our weekly feature tracking the performance of Michigan players over two game segments. Trey Burke: 7 (Last Week: 9.5) Against Illinois, Trey Burke was as good as it gets — 26 points on 8-of-11 shooting, 8 assists and one turnover. On Wednesday in Michigan’s horrible loss on the road to Penn State, Burke was quite good — but he turned the ball over. Burke scored 18 points on 50 percent shooting but shot poorly from the 3-point line and notched six turnovers. That is the highest turnover total for Burke all season, and the first time since playing Ohio State on the road on January 13th that he’s had more than three. Tim Hardaway Jr.: 7 (Last Week: 3) Tim Hardaway Jr. has had a couple of nice all-around games in a row. The junior scored in double digits against Illinois and Penn State, while registering seven rebounds and three assists in both games. However, Hardaway’s 3-point shot is still somewhere roaming around Madison, Wisconsin. Hardaway hasn’t shot better tha...
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