Michigan extended its winning streak to 13 games over the weekend with a pair of NCAA Tournament victories in Los Angeles. The Wolverines are now 32-7 overall and heading back to the Final Four for the first time since 2013.
Here’s what we learned from the Wolverines in their blow out win over Texas A&M and grind-it-out defensive win over Florida State.
Charles Matthews isn’t just fixed — he’s breaking out
During Michigan’s run through the Big Ten Tournament, Charles Matthews notably stepped back into a lower usage role and improved his efficiency.
Matthews is leading Michigan in scoring (16.5) and rebounding (7.3) in the NCAA Tournament. He’s been playing incredibly sound basketball on both ends of the floor while increasing his usage back toward its early season levels.