Men's Basketball vs. Maryland JAnuary 7, 2017

Derrick Walton Jr. started off the game by making a three-pointer with less than two seconds left on the shot clock in the first possession of the game.
Today's 70 points was a team effort with seven Wolverines putting points on the board and a total of nine players seeing game action.
Mark Donnal had a hot first half, recording six rebounds, a season-high for him, and five points to help the Wolverines battle it out with the Terrapins.
The Wolverines forced 11 Terrapin turnovers, converting them into 11 points on the offensive end. The Maize and Blue also racked up seven steels, including a career-high four from Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman.
In the second half, U-M outshot Maryland from the field 61.5 percent to 53.8 percent, putting up a strong fight after halftime.
DJ Wilson had several key plays in today's game that made the crowd go wild inside Crisler Center, including his dunk at 12:54 in the second half and his perfect three pointer with two minutes left in the game.
Michigan leads the country in fewest turnovers per game (9.12). U-M has had 10 or fewer turnovers in 11 games so far this season, including today's nine.
Moe Wagner recorded two blocks today to tie his season-high, which he first achieved against Mount St. Mary's (Nov. 26).
Today's game was the 10th in the series, with Maryland holding the advantage 6-4 after today's matchup.

The Wolverines will head to Champaign, Illinois, for a matchup with Illinois on Wednesday Jan. 11, at 8 p.m. CST. The next home game is next Saturday, Jan. 14, against Nebraska with a 2 p.m. tip off. - Tickets

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