2022-23 Season

Five takeaways from Michigan’s win at Minnesota

Michigan won its Big Ten opener on Thursday night in Minneapolis, playing its first road game of the year in its first game without starting point guard Jaelin Llewellyn. The Wolverines were crisp from the opening tip and extended their lead up to 32 points midway through the second half.

It was a get-right spot for Juwan Howard’s team at a point in the season where they desperately needed it. Here are Five Takeaways from the win including a closer look at Dug McDaniel’s start, Kobe Bufkin’s floor game, and other statistical wrinkles.

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