vs. Ferris State
Friday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost lce Arena
vs. Ferris State
Saturday, 7:30 p.m.
Yost Ice Arena
The Michigan Daily
Tuesday, January 17, 1989
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Kelly Tripucka scored 40 points,
including nine in overtime, as the
Charlotte Hornets beat the
Philadelphia 76ers, 127-122,
Monday to snap an 11-game road
A basket by Rex Chapman, who
scored 25 points, gave the Hornets
the lead at 120-118 with one minute
21 seconds left in overtime.
Tripucka and Tyrone Bogues scored
baskets to make it 124-118 with 50
seconds remaining, putting the game
out of reach.
Mike Gminski scored 25 and
Hersey Hawkins 19 for the 76ers,
who saw their five-game winning
The victory was the first in
overtime in the history of the
Hornets and only the 10th win of
their first season in the NBA. The
Hornets have lost one game in
HAWKS 117, BULLETS 106.:
Dominique Wilkins scored 28
points as the Atlanta Hawks snapped
a three-game losing streak.
Cliff Levingston and Mosgs
Malone led a fourth-quarter Atlanta
comeback that erased an 11-point
deficit in less than four minutes.
Levingston had seven points,
including the tying basket with 8:0
left in the game, and Malone six in-
15-4 Atlanta run.
KNICKS 116, SPURS 106. ;
Mark Jackson had 24 points, 1$
rebounds and 12 assists for his third
career triple-double as the New Yor:
Knicks won their 14th straigbi
It was only the third time in tly
Knicks' 43-year history that they
have won as many as 14 straight at
V ,ROBIN LZA/Daily,
Ohio State's Jay Burson spent much of Monday night watching Wolverines such as Sean
Higgins go to the basket.
ills Wolverines stop*
the Bucks here. 99-73
,,Y STEVE BLONDER
In David vs. Goliath, the
underdog wins. But Michigan proved
Monday night that bigger can be
6ptter as the frontcourt scored 74
>oints to lead the No. 6 Wolverines
to a 99-73 victory over Ohio State.
i"You'd have to have been crazy to
det against Michigan tonight," Loy
Vaught said. "There was no way we
were going to lose to Illinois and
then come back home and lose to
Ohio State. This team has too much
chiaracter for that."
All five Michigan starters scored
ti double figures, led by Terry
'Mills' 23 points. Glen Rice also
scored 23, including five three-point
shots. Vaught, making only his
second start of the season, added 22;
~Rumeal Robinson, 14; and Sean
"The key to the game was we
established control very early on the
tbards, which created some offense
for us," Michigan coach Bill Frieder
said. "Then we came out and
sustained the effort in the second
The last time Michigan had three
players score more than 20 points
was last year against Miami (Fla.).
MILLS' final tally was a career
high. "Coach said I should go inside
a lot, so I took his advice and it paid
off," Mills said. "It felt real good to
produce this well."
Frieder supported his talented
junior, who has been criticized for
playing soft in recent games. "We
did a great job getting the ball in to
Mills," Frieder said. "It was nice for
him to play well for once on
The Wolverine defense held Jay
Burson, Ohio State's leading scorer,
to only 12 points, well below his
season average. Perry Carter's 17-led.
No. 16 Ohio State.
"They just overwhelmed us on
the boards and flat out beat us,"
Ohio State coach Gary Williams
said. "Some nights you just get beat
by a better team."
MICHIGAN improved its
record to 15-2 overall and 3-1 in the
Big Ten. Ohio State fell to 12-4 and
The story of the first half was
Michigan moving the ball inside and
controlling the offensive boards.
Twenty of Michigan's first-half
points came on second efforts. Also,
the Wolverines held Ohio State to
only six offensive rebounds, none
after the game's first five minutes.
After trading baskets to start the
game, Michigan went on a six-point
run to take a 12-7 lead with 16:27
left in the half. The Wolverines built
their lead by working the ball inside
and pounding the offensive boards.
Michigan took nearly five
minutes to shoot a trademark three-
pointer. Rice and Higgins hit from
the outside to take an 18-12 lead
with 14:54 left in the half.
Michigan's Loy Vaught climbs above three Buckeyes to tip
in two points.
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