John Beyleen again convinces Michigan to win 84-67 over North Carolina Wednesday, November 28, 2018, Crisler Center.
Nick Baumgardners, Freep
In the recent memory of the biggest uncontrolled home game on Wednesday, the ACC / Big Ten Challenge took place on Wednesday in the center of Crisler, at No. 11 North Carolina, 84-67.
The Wolverines rotated about 10 points in the first half of the deficit instantly and went on a break with a four-point lead.
The second half was all Michigan. The Wolverines opened the double lead. Then they insisted that the result of the 20th.
North Carolina made a 11-0 run and found that they still face a deficit of 11 points. And then Michigan responded with a quick seven-point spurt.
Ignas Brazdeikis scored 24 points, and Charles Matthew added 21 points for Wolverines.
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Brake spark plugs
Brazdeikis, a freshman forward, was provided by pretty much introduced to nearly twelve NBA scouts.
Brazdeikis took an early bad and sat on the bench.
When he entered the game again, Michigan was eight. The violation required life. And that was exactly Brazdeikis.
When the watch was suppressed, he departed and jumped when he failed. He then won the next possession 3.
He lifted Michigan in the first half with 13 points, and finished with 24 to 9 for 13 shooting.
Brazdeikis was already one big player on the national scene when he scored 18 goals against Villanova. If people then do not know their name, they should now be.
The protection adjusts
North Carolina is one of the fastest national teams. The Tar Heels opened their original lead, getting off to a break and winning the pre-Michigan defense.
And North Carolina had no answer.
After reaching 21 points and 10 points at 12:47, remaining in the first half, North Carolina won the other half 14.
When the second half began, Tara's heels fought to even find the shot. The Wolverines did not allow them to escape the transitional period and the raucous North Carolina midfielder.
Michigan defending this season has been the best nation. It just added another hole in the band by dismantling one of the fastest and most talented teams in the country.
Half it is turned on
Sophomore defender Jordan Poole has not been the biggest start of the season. He did not have a great start on Wednesday night.
Pul won 3 points for 1-for-5 shooting in the first half. He lost his salvation. He had 3 laps around and came back. He did not answer from one and the other front end.
The second half is a completely strange story.
In the last 20 minutes, Poole has been cheered up by gaining 15 points to finish with 18 games. He has made 4-for-5 attempts from 3, including one in the left corner after a pretty jabs step. It was an impressive surprise after the cold of the first half.
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