No. 2 Michigan vs. Eastern Michigan final score: Wolverines roll, 93-54

Gregory Shamus

Michigan dominates neighboring Eastern Michigan.

The No. 2 Michigan Wolverines (12-0) defeated the Eastern Michigan Eagles (6-4), 93-54, Thursday in a game between teams separated by just a few miles.

Five Michigan players scored in double figures in the win. Tim Hardaway Jr. led all scorers with 17 points, though he did struggle shooting the ball, making just 5 of 13 shots. Hardaway also had six rebounds and seven assists.

Point guard and All-American candidate Trey Burke scored 11 points and had eight assists, but he also didn't shoot well, going just 5 for 15 from the field.

Michigan's supporting cast shot very well, however. The Wolverines shot 49 percent overall and 50 percent from three-point range, but minus Burke's and Hardaway's off nights shooting, the other Michigan players made 58 percent of their shots.

Nik Stauskas scored 16 points, Glenn Robinson III had 13 points and Mitch McGary scored 10 points.

Eastern Michigan shot just 36 percent for the game. Daylen Harrison scored 13 points and Glenn Bryant had 10 for the Eagles.

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