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Page 12 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, December 10, 1986

Michigan knocks off Kent St.,

73-61

By RICK KAPLAN
The big MAC attack was not
supposed to give the Michigan
basketball team much trouble. But
the Wolverines struggled for the
second straight night with a Mid-
American Conference team
yesterday, edging the Kent State
Golden Flashes 73-61.
After shooting 45 percent from
the floor in a 62-59 loss to Western
Michigan Monday night, the
Wolverines rebounded to sink 55
percent against Kent State.
Sophomore forward Glen Rice

led Michigan with 26 points on 12-
for-16 shooting, after hitting just 1-.
of-10 attempts the previous night.
A 21-FOOT, three-point shot
by Kent State guard Bill Toole (25
points) two minutes into the second
half tied the score at 38. After an
exchange of baskets, Michigan (5-
2) went on a 9-2 run. The Flashes
(3-2) came within two only once
more.
"This is a game that could have
gone the other way," said Michigan
coach Bill Frieder. "I think our kids
did a good job hanging in there,

staying in control, and making the
big plays when they had to."
The biggest play occurred with
3:47 left in the second half.
Wolverine swingman Mike Griffin
inbounded the ball to Gary Grant at
midcourt. The 6-3 guard drove
directly towards the basket, raced
past Kent State center Terry
Wearsch, and slammed the ball
home while Wearsch fouled him.
"When I got the ball, I saw the
lane was open," Grant said. "The
only guy who could stop me was
the big fella. I just said, 'Well, I'm
at least going to get a foul out of
it.' Then I just dunked it."
GRANT couldn't finish the
three-point play, but his rush
finished the Flashes. The hoop gave
Michigan a 61-54 lead, and not
even the National Guard could have
forced any protest from Kent State
the rest of the way.
Michigan's full-court press and
half-court trap dazzled the Flashes.
Kent State committed 21 turnovers.
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each gave the ball away five times.
"We were in the ball game until
under the ten-minute mark," said
Kent State coach Jim McDonald.
"Then we had a couple of bad
turnovers, some of them unforced.
That was very discouraging."
Another discouraging sign for
the Flashes was the strong play of
Rice. In addition to his revitalized
shooting touch, the 6-7 sophomore
dominated the boards, contributing
12 rebounds, six on the offensive
glass.
"Rice has got to become an
inside factor," Frieder said. "He's all
we've got up there, really."
Wolverine guards Grant (19
points), Antoine Joubert (14), and
Garde Thompson (7) tried a different
offensive strategy, looking inside
more, with mixed results.
"Teams are now starting to come
out on us and are denying the
perimeter game," Frieder said.
"We've got to work harder to get
inside baskets. We're trying to slip
guards in there, but there getting it
jammed down their throat."
Throats were parched on the
Kent State bench when the
Wolverines jumped out to a quick
10-2 lead. Toole helped the Flashes
get back in the game before
halftime, sparking a 12-2 spurt.
The senior guard scored 16 points
from long range in the first 20
minutes.
Michigan held a 34-31 lead at
the half.

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MICHIGAN
M FinFG/A FT/A
Rice 36 12/16 2/4
Joubert 35 4/10 616
Hughes 27 2/4 0/0
Th'pson 34 3/6 0/0
Grant 37 7/15 316
Kramer 3 0/0 0/0
Griffin 13 0/0 0/0
Oost'baan 5 0/0 0/0
vaught 8 1/1 1/2
Stoyko 2 0/0 0/0
Team Rebounds

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2 4
3 7
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2 0
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KENT STATE
Min FG/A FT/A
Meeks 20 3/5 0/0
Glenn 31 4/7 1/1
Wearsch 32 2/9 1/2
Toole 40 7/15 6/7
Adams 38 3/5 2/4
Kubanl' 28 4/7 0/0
Map'pora -8 0/1 0/0
Williams 2 0/1 0/0
Barnwell 1 0/0 0/0
Team Rebounds

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Wolverine forward Mike Griffin (20) passes the ball inside while Kent
State forward Eric Glenn (52) defends.

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Three-point goals: KS - Toole, 5/9;
Kubanl, 0/2. UM - Grant, 2/4;
Thompsom, 1/3; Joubert, 0/1.

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Scoring 1
Kent State 31
MICHIGAN 34
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