Saturday, 4 p.m.
Crisler Arena, CBS-TV
vs. Notre Dame
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
The Michigan Daily
Thursday, March 5, 1987
By ADAM OCHLIS
Even Lou Henson and the
Fighting Illini couldn't choke this
After blowing two double-digit,
second-half leads to conference foes
(luring the past month, Illinois
pounded Michigan for 40 minutes
last night at Crisler Arena. The
Wolverines outscored the Illini, 19-
9, over the last four minutes to
make the 89-75 final score
Illinois (22-7 overall, 12-5 Big
Ten) took control of the game in
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the first five minutes and never
looked back. A 19-point halftime
lead ballooned as high as 28 in the
"THEY just played so well and
we played equally as bad," said
Michigan coach Bill Frieder.
"They're an excellent team and
when you get behind an excellent
team you start deviating, and it just
goes from bad to worse."
After Michigan's Glen Rice and
Illinois' Jens Kujawa exchanged
baskets to begin the game, the
Illini raced off 12 consecutive
points and 18 of the next 21. Guard
Tony Wysinger scored 10 of his 17
points during the seven-minute
onslaught, as the Illini refused to
miss during the stretch.
Illinois converted 11 of its first
14 field goals and went on to shoot
62 percent for the half. Michigan
(18-11, 9-8) hit on justfour of their
first 21 shots and finished the half
shooting at a lowly 34 percent clip.
All-American Ken Norman put
an exclamation point on an already
devastating first half by throwing in
a 22-foot prayer as the buzzer
sounded. For Norman, who would
finish with a team-high 19, it was
his first successful three-point shot
of his career.
The 14-point margin of victory
was Illinois' largest ever at Crisler
Arena. It was also the first win for
the Illini in Ann Arbor since the
WYSINGER led Illinois with
13 first half points, including three-
of-four from three-point range.
"We came out and played hard
and got a lot of shots down early,"
said Wysinger. "We did something
that we haven't done so much of
and that's sustain a lead."
Even down by 19, it looked as if
Michigan could rally at the start of
the, second half. Wysinger (seven-
of-twelve) finally missed a shot,
and the Wolverines' Garde
Thompson buried a three-pointer to
make the score 46-30.
West German native found himself
on a two-on-one break with guard
Steve Bardo, with Mark Hughes as
the lone Wolverine on defense.
When Hughes committed to Bardo,
Kujawa roared down the lane and
pounded home a heart-breaking,
momentum-crushing slam dunk.
K U J A W A (10 points, five
rebounds) would hurt the
Wolverines all evening with an
assortment of running hook shots
and off-balance leaners.
"We did everything right and I
think Michigan was flat," said
Henson, Illinois' 12-year head
coach. "And anytime you run into a
ballclub where they're doing
everything right, you can't do much
Michigan's Gary Grant led all
scorers with 27 points, although 13
of those came in the final four
minutes. Rice finished with 20
points and seven rebounds.
"We just didn't play good, they
kicked our ass," Grant said. "We
were ready to go. It was just one of
those days where nothing went
"I haven't been in a situation in
my whole career where we got
beaten like this, high school or
college. It was very frustrating."
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Illinois immediately broke
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the ball to 7-0 center Kujawa. The
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Min FG/A FT/A R A PF
Joubert 33 3/15 1/2 3 5 1
Rice 40 8/16 4/4 7 2 3
Hughes 22 2/6 3/4 4 1 4
Grant 38 10/20 5/5 4 5 3
Th'pson 17 2/4 0/0 1 0 1
Griffin 21 0/1 0/0 1 2 1
vaught 14 1/4 0/0 3 0 0
Kramer 6 0/0 0/0 0 1 0
Stoyko. 5 1/1 0/0 1 0 0
Team Rebounds 1
Totals 200 28/69 13/15 26 16 15
Min FG/A FT/A R A PF
Alten 34 4/6 0/0
Norman 34 9/16 0/0
Kujawa 22 5/6 0/0
Wysinger 35 7/12 0/0
Bardo 29 1/4 0/0
Hamilton 18 6/8 0/0
Gill 5 3/3 3/4
Kunz 5 1/1 1/3
Smith 4 0/0 0/1
Green 1 0/0 0/0
Totals 200 39/60 4/8
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Three-point goals: Ill.- Altenberger, 31 ,
Norman, 1/1; Wysnger, 3/5. UM -
Thompson, 1/2; Grant, 2/5; Joubert, 3/7.-
Scoring 1 2
ILLINOIS 46 43
MICHIGAN 27 48
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PONTIAC (AP)- Michael Jordan:
pumped in a career regular-season
high 61 points and Sedale Threatt
hit eight of his 19 points in
overtime Wednesday night to lead
the Chicago Bulls to a 125-120
NBA victory over the Detroit
Jordan bested both his previous
regualr-season high of 58 points set
against the New Jersey Nets earlier
this season and the Pontiac
Silverdome record of 56 set by
former Piston Kelly Tripucka
against the Bulls on Jan. 29,1983.
He scored 63 points against the
Boston Celtics in last year's
A jumper by Threatt, a reserve
guard, gave Chicago a 121-118 lead
with 1:46 left in overtime. After
the teams traded baskets, Detroit's
Isiah Thomas missed a 3-point field
goal attempt, which was rebounded
by Jordan who was fouled and made
two subsequent free throws.
Adrian Dantley scored 32 points
and Thomas added 31 for Detroit,
which has lost its last three games.
Jordan scored 22 points in the
first half and had 57 at the end of
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