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SPARTANS
continued from page 1
middle of a three-game homestand
that could make or break the
Wolverines' Big Ten season.
Michigan's success could hinge
on its defensive effort, especially
trying to shut down Spartan guard
Shawn Respert. The Wolverine de-
fense has improved in the second
half of the conference season, hold-
ing Iowa to just 39 percent from the
floor. But in the previous matchup,
MSU shot almost 52 percent. Res-
pert killed Michigan with his
perimeter shooting, recording a
game-high 26 points.
"We cannot let (Respert) get an
open jump shot," Michigan coach
Steve Fisher said. "We better pay
attention to him."

If the Michigan coaching staff
decides to start five frosh as they
have in the last two contests, the re-
sponsibility of guarding Respert
will fall on the shoulders of Jimmy
King. King has come on strong of-
fensively of late, scoring in double
figures in the past two games. But
his defensive prowess will be tested
by Respert.
But most of Saturday's matchup
will take place inside the paint.
Michigan's Webber and center
Juwan Howard have dominated the
post in recent games while the
guards have done a better job feeding
in the ball.
The higher intensity of the
Wolverines' inside defense has
spurred fast-break opportunities.
Michigan's running game could
prove detrimental to the Spartans.

"We just ran out of gas against
Iowa, against Michigan (the first
time around)," Michigan State
coach Jud Heathcote said. "In all
those games, they were uptempo
games. We have a couple of big play-
ers that seem to get fatigued in the
latter stages of the game."
Fatigued inside players may
prove to be a problem for both
squads. Michigan backup center Eric
Riley sat out the last two games af-
ter hurting his knee against North-
western. His absence has forced
other inside players to pick up the
slack. Riley is scheduled to return
for Saturday's game, but his playing
time could be limited.
Michigan State faces the same@
difficulties with starting forward
Matt Steigenga, who has suffered
from a persistent ankle problem.

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