Michigan’s offense scored just 119 points in the first 132 possessions of the 2018-19 season. That’s .91 points per possession and the Wolverines are shooting 47.7% on twos and 20% on threes in a pair of wins over teams ranked 200th or worse by Ken Pomeroy.
Michigan has played the two worst offensive games by a Big Ten team this season, both by raw efficiency and opponent-adjusted efficiency.
Is the Wolverine offense fundamentally flawed? What are the potential solutions? And just how good does Michigan’s offense need to be with a defense that looks to be elite. We take a deep dive inside the numbers through two games.