John Beilein previews Illinois, Big Ten tournament
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Video: John Beilein, Spike Albrecht, Aubrey Dawkins and Max Bielfeldt preview Big Ten tournament

John Beilein and a trio of players met with media Tuesday to preview Michigan’s Big Ten tournament slate. The Wolverines open Thursday against Illinois at noon, and the winner faces top-seeded Wisconsin the following afternoon.

Beilein, Max Bielfeldt and Spike Albrecht discussed Michigan’s preparations for the postseason, while Aubrey Dawkins revealed his intentions to stay in Ann Arbor this summer with strength and conditioning coach Jon Sanderson.

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Big Ten Power Rankings: Big Ten Tournament Edition

In this week’s Big Ten Tournament edition of our Power Rankings we look at Michigan’s woeful post defense, DJ Newbill’s dominant isolation game, Frank Kaminsky and find the Big Ten’s best off the dribble shooter and ball screen passer.

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Michigan State 80, Michigan 67-19
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After losing starting guards, Michigan rediscovered its ball screen offense

It took a while, but over the last month of the season Michigan finally rediscovered its ball screen offense. Even without the two players it expected to carry the load in 2014-15.

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Michigan 79, Rutgers 69 -12
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2015 Big Ten Tournament bracket finalized, Michigan to open against Illinois

Michigan will open the Big Ten Tournament on Thursday at noon against No. 8 Illinois (BTN). Find the full Big Ten Tournament bracket after the jump.

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Michigan 79, Rutgers 69 -15
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Five Key Plays: Rutgers at Michigan

Michigan enjoyed a comfortable 79-69 win over Rutgers on Saturday in the regular-season finale, and several players had big afternoons. Rather than focusing specifically on individual moments, today’s Five Key Plays highlights the improvements the Wolverines have made this season.

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Michigan 79, Rutgers 69 -20
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Aubrey Dawkins steals the show on Senior Day, caps red-hot end to regular season

If you were worried Dawkins was a one-hit wonder after his breakout night against Illinois in December, the forward has given reasons to believe otherwise. In his last two games, he has scored 52 points, and he made 48% of his threes in Big Ten play.

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Game 30: Rutgers at Michigan Recap

Michigan steamrolled Rutgers on Saturday afternoon, scorching the net en route to a 79-69 victory that wasn’t really that close after Rutgers finished the game on a 19-0 run and still lost by double-digits, and individual improvements by Aubrey Dawkins, Max Bielfeldt and Spike Albrecht were on display.

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John Beilein recaps Senior Day win over Rutgers
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Video & Quotes: John Beilein talks ‘tremendous’ growth following Rutgers win

Michigan’s regular season ended Saturday afternoon with a 79-69 win over Rutgers at the Crisler Center. Max Bielfeldt, the team’s lone senior, earned the start and proceeded to record his first career double-double. Meanwhile, Aubrey Dawkins scored 31 points and hit eight three-pointers. John Beilein met with media to discuss the easy win. The coach discussed Bielfeldt’s future with the team and the improvements Dawkins has made, and he reflected on what has been one of his most tumultuous seasons while in Ann Arbor.

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Max Bielfeldt discusses first career double double on Senior Day
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Video: Aubrey Dawkins, Max Bielfeldt discuss career performances against Rutgers

Aubrey Dawkins and Max Bielfeldt stole the show Saturday afternoon, combining for 45 points in a 79-69 win over Rutgers at the Crisler Center. While Dawkins dazzled with eight three-pointers, Bielfeldt earned several ovations on his Senior Day, tallying his first career double-double.

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Michigan 79, Rutgers 69 -27
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Photo Gallery: Michigan 79, Rutgers 69

All photos by Dustin Johnston.

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Eddie Jordan says Michigan 'shot the lights out' vs  Rutgers
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Video: Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan says Michigan ‘shot the lights out’

Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan met with media to recap his team’s 10-point loss to Michigan at the Crisler Center on Saturday afternoon. The former NBA star discussed the Scarlet Knights’ lack of help defense and how they couldn’t simulate Aubrey Dawkins’ athleticism in practice.

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