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Michigan basketball's Ignas Brazdeikis knows he's good, proved it again

EVANSTON, Ill. — Northwestern coach Chris Collins was sitting at a podium in Welsh-Ryan Arena when he was asked if he had recruited Michigan basketball's Ignas Brazdeikis. Collins said yes. He and his staff had seen the 6-foot-7 forward from Oakville, Ontario, play. They loved what they saw. "

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Late-game faith in Eli Brooks pays off for Michigan

Evanston, Ill. — Michigan coach John Beilein knew he had to even the numbers. After junior guard Zavier Simpson was left alone and missed three consecutive 3-point attempts during a one-possession game, Beilein made the decision to replace him with sophomore guard Eli Brooks in crunch time. "I'

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Longhorns look to move away from reliance on outside shot

Jase Febres caught the pass just behind the 3-point arc and elevated to shoot with three seconds left. His team trailing by three, Febres' shot was Texas' final prayer to avoid a devastating loss to Radford. Center Jaxson Hayes was confident it would go through the net, too, standing up from

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