Field Goal %
- TENN 52.6
- 55.1 MICH
Three Point %
- TENN 27.3
- 55.0 MICH
- TENN 7
- 13 MICH
- TENN 28
- 26 MICH
- Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
- Line: MICH -2.0
0:00 - 2nd Half
End of Game
Jordan McRae is the third player in NCAA Tournament history with 24 points, 6 rebounds, and 4 blocks in a Sweet 16 game.
Michigan was most efficient against Tennessee when Jordan Morgan and Derrick Walton Jr. were on the court together. With the 2 of them playing together, Michigan outscored Tennessee by 8. With that duo on the court, Michigan scored 48 more points per 100 possessions and allowed 23 fewer points per 100 possessions than it did with at least one of them off the court.
Michigan outscored Tennessee by 6 points with its starting 5 of Glenn Robinson III, Nik Stauskas, Caris LeVert, Jordan Morgan and Derrick Walton Jr. on the court together, but was outscored by 4 with at least one starter off the court. The Wolverines scored 51 more points per 100 possessions with their starting 5 than they did with all other lineups.
Michigan's Jordan Morgan scored 14 of Michigan's 28 points in the paint Friday. Tennessee's Jeronne Maymon and Jarnell Stokes combined to score 12 points in the paint.
Kansas wins the Capital One Cup Impact Performance for its win over Baylor on Saturday.
Texas forward Jarrett Allen gets the ball in the paint and puts West Virginia's Sagaba Konate on a poster with a vicious one-handed jam.
Jermaine Marrow scored a career-high 31 points and Hampton held off Florida A&M for a 76-69 win Monday night.