PHI2001060302 - 03 JUNE 2001 - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, USA: Bucks Glenn Robinson (13) scrambles with 76ers Allen Iverson (3) for the loose ball as Philadelphia hosts Milwaukee in the seventh game of the conference finals at the First Union Center. ja/Jon Adams UPI
Tim Hardaway Jr. provided 13 points, six rebounds and five assists Saturday, propelling Michigan into the NCAA Championship Game with a 61-56 win over Syracuse.
Michigan had four starters in double figures Saturday in a 78-53 rout of Virginia Commonwealth that moved the Wolverines to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament.
Tim Hardaway Jr. and Glenn Robinson both scored 21 points Friday and Michigan pulled away late for a 71-56 NCAA tourney win over South Dakota State.
Trey Burke heated up in the second half to finish with 26 points Sunday and No. 7 Michigan emerged with a 71-58 victory over Illinois.
Trey Burke and Glenn Robinson III combined for 50 points Sunday and fifth-ranked Michigan got back on the winning track with a 79-71 win over Penn State.
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Trey Burke helped Michigan dominate the first half Wednesday and the No. 2 Wolverines rolled over Northwestern 68-46.
Trey Burke struck for 19 points Sunday and No. 2 Michigan made a case for the nation's top ranking with a 74-60 spanking of Illinois.
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Glenn Robinson's 3-pointer touched off a 10-point, second-half run Thursday that lifted No. 3 Michigan to a 68-53 victory over Purdue.