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Michigan vs Binghamton preview

December 11th, 2012 by Justin Potts


A very long work week kept me from being able to get a full preview up for this game, but it’s not really needed anyway, given the opponent. Binghamton is 2-8 with some big losses to poor teams, so don’t expect a close one in the Crisler Center tonight. Michigan will win big, improving to 10-0 and then travel to Brooklyn on Saturday for a big matchup with John Beilein’s former team, West Virginia.

Sam’s prediction: Michigan 101 – Binghamton 42

#3 Michigan v. Binghamton
Tuesday, Dec. 11
7pm ET
Big Ten Network
9-0 Record 2-8
Slippery Rock 100-62
IUPUI 91-54
Cleveland State 77-47
Pittsburgh 67-62
Kansas State 71-57
NC State 79-72
Bradley 74-66
W. Michigan 73-41
Arkansas 80-67
Wins St. Peter’s 62-54
Marywood 76-51
Losses Loyola 45-71
Brown 49-58
Navy 52-75
Army 76-85
Penn 54-65
Mt. St. Mary’s 70-71
Monmouth 65-77
Bryant 56-78
79.1 Points Per Game 60.5
58.7 Scoring Defense 68.5
264-for-513 (51.5%) Field Goal % 205-for-520 (39.4%)
207-for-509 (40.7%) Def. Field Goal % 243-for-565 (43.0%)
72-for-171 (42.1%) 3-point % 54-for-183 (29.5%)
52-for-164 (31.7%) Def. 3-point % 74-for-206 (35.9%)
112-for-152 (73.7%) Free Throw % 141-for-229 (61.6%)
12.4 FT Made/Game 14.1
38.0 Rebounds Per Game 36.6
27.8 Opp. Reb. Per Game 36.1
15.0 Assists Per Game 9.6
10.1 Turnovers Per Game 15.9
4.3 Steals Per Game 6.2
2.8 Blocks Per Game 2.5
G – Trey Burke (16.9)
G – Tim Hardaway Jr. (15.4)
Leading Scorer G – Jordan Reed (18.3)
G – Jimmy Gray (9.9)
F – Glenn Robinson (6.7)
G – Tim Hardaway (5.7)
Leading Rebounder G – Jordan Reed (10.0)
F – Roland Brown (5.9)