Iowa committed 14 turnovers, which led to 17 Michigan points in a 75-67 loss tonight at Crisler Center. Obviously the turnovers were in opportune, and so were the rebounding woes.
Michigan claimed 10 offensive rebounds and scored14 second-chance points.
“We got a lot of stops and we didn’t the rebound,” Iowa’s Melsahn Basabe said. “Too many second-chance points, and we played good defense a lot of possessions. We played good defense but we weren’t getting the rebound so that keeps you on defense longer. That’s never a good thing with a great team like Michigan, who has great shooters and great offensive players.”
Here’s what the players had to say after their loss.
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