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.