Michigan leads 61-60 with 4:15 left.
When the Michigan Wolverines won the Big Ten Conference title, some thought that it was a fluke. As the Wolverines plowed into the Sweet 16, everybody is reminded that they are legitimate contenders. The Wolverines just came from a 73-69 win over a higher ranked Louisville that stunned the world of basketball especially when Moritz Wagner delivered 26 points.
Offensively, the Wolverines are averaging 75.3 points, 29.3 rebounds and 13.8 assists per game. On the defense, the Wolverines are giving up 66.6 points against their opponents. Michigan’s defense would be the focal point if the team would go to Elite Eight.
Derrick Walton Jr is leading in scoring with 15.4 points per game while Zak Irvin is averaging 12.9 points per game. Wagner is contributing 12.2 points and D.J. Wilson is producing 11.0 points per game. Wilson is also the leading rebounder with 5.3 per game. Wilson is dishing 4.9 assists per game.
As one of the Top Ten teams throughout the NCAA Tournament, the Oregon Ducks are in the place where they are expected to be. Oregon rallied in the second half to dismantle Rhode Island, 75-72, and Tyler Dorsey led the way with 27 points.
Offensively, the Ducks are averaging 79.4 points, 36.5 rebounds and 16.1 assists per game. On the defense, the Ducks are giving up 65.6 points per game against their opponents.
Dillon Brooks is leading in scoring with 16.4 per game while Chris Boucher is averaging 11.8 points per game. Jordan Bell is contributing 10.8 points per game and Dyland Ennis is producing 10.7 points per game.
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