Laval Lucas-Perry's 3-pointer rattled in and out, and instead of cutting Michigan's lead to four, Oakland was back on the defensive.
Tim Hardaway Jr. made a 3-pointer, Stu Douglass dunked in transition - and the Golden Grizzlies didn't threaten again. Their last chance to beat the Wolverines for at least the immediate future was gone.
''I thought the game turned around late when Lucas-Perry had a 3 go three-quarters down and come out,'' Oakland coach Greg Kampe said. ''They go down the other way and Trey Burke's falling out of bounds and throws it out to Hardaway for 3. We turn it over, they get a run-out layup and it is 12 instead of four.''
Hardaway scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half, and No. 20 Michigan held off its in-state rival, beating Oakland 90-80 on Saturday. Evan Smotrycz had a career-high 20 points along with nine rebounds, and Burke had 20 points and nine assists.
It was Michigan's highest-scoring game in more than two years. The Wolverines (7-2) shot 70 ...