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10 - The Michigan Daily - Wednesday, January 21, 1998

HASKINS
Continued from Page 9
where near the nets. It could have been a
fishing net and it still wouldn't have mat-
tered. In Michigan's 65-57 victory over
Minnesota, the Gophers (0-6 Big Ten, 7-
10 overall) didn't score for the first 6:17
of the game. They shot an unfathomable
14.7 percent from the field on 5-of-34
shooting in the first half and 29.4 percent
for the game.
But it's not as if Michigan was lighting
it up from the field, either-shooting just
32.1 percent on 9-of 28 shooting in the
first half and finishing at 34.6 percent.
Besides All-America candidate Sam
Jacobsen, Minnesota's high scorer with
21 points -- who nailed a few long 3-
pointers to bring the Gophers within five
points with 42.6 seconds to play, there
wasn't much more production from any-
one. In last year's loss, Michigan turned
over the ball twice in the last minute of the
game and blew a four-point lead in the
final three minutes.
But history didn't repeat itself this time
as Traylor put an end to any hope of a
Minnesota comeback when he swatted
away Erie Harris's layup, his third
blocked shot of the game, to seal the win.
Cut this!
"I don't care where we cut it down,"
said Traylor. who had a teamn-high 21
points on 6-of-I11 shooting, responding to
a question about what would happen if
Michigan clinched a Big Ten title. "I just
want to do it somewhere:'
The extra motivation provided by last
year's post-game jubilee may have been
the difference in last night's game.

The Wolverines sure didn't play as well
as they have in their last 10 games. The
conference-leading team didn't display its
strong inside-outside game.
Louis Bullock wasn't the same sharp-
shooter of recent games. Robbie Reid
connected on just 2-of-7 3-point attempts.
And the team missed 14 foul shots.
But this is not the same Michigan
team, who just found a way to win, and
this definitely is not the same Minnesota
squad from last year.
Bobby Jackson, the 1997 Big Ten
Player of the Year, graduated last year and
is with the Denver Nuggets. The
Gophers' also don't have their forward
tandem of John Thomas, who graduated,
and Courtney James, who was suspended
for the year. This is a team that is on a
quick downward spiral.
Different story: right Clem'?
"What a difference a year makes'"
Haskins said. "Last year, I was sitting
here with nets around my neck, all smiles,
and now we are 0-62
Big Ten Stndings
Team Conf. Overall
Michigan 51 154
Iowa 41 15-2
Michigan State 41 11.4
Indiana 4-2 13-5
Purdu 3-2 15-4
-Illinois 3-2 11.7
-Wisctons n 3-2 10-7
Penn State 1-3 8-6
Northwestern 1-4 7.7
Ohio State 0-4 710
Minnesota 0-6 7-10

Michigan forward
Maceo Baston
gives Minnesota
center Kyle
Sanden a facial
during the
wolverines' 65-
57 stomping of
the Golden
Gophers.
Michigan shot
just 35 percent
from the field but
held Minnesota
to a measly 29
percent clip: High
percentage shots
like this one
turned out to
make the differ-
ence.
NICHOLAS J. COTS0NIKA/
Daily

MINNESOTA (57)
FG FT REB
MIN M-A MKA 0-T A F PTS
30 311 2 5 1 5 8
Irr 8 4 0-2l 24 1 30
Sadn 29 1 13 1 1. 0 4 1
3a -t:'son 31 7 20Q 4-4 27 0 4 21
Hams 34 16 4 0-C6 5 2 5
Archamr bault 19 3 7 0.0 1 2 0 2 8
Clark 15 14a 23 2-4 0 2 4
Nathaniel 3 0-0 0.0 041 0 0 0
Srhoenrock 8 0.0 0.0 0.1 0 2 0
E fo Se 13 0-3 0- 14 1 5 0
Totals 200 20468 12-17 15-45 8 29 57
FG%:.294. FT%..706. 3-point FG: 515_ 333
(Jacobson 35, Archambault 2-5, Lewis0-2. Harris
0-2, Clark 01). Blocks: 2 (Lewis, Broxsie). Steals:
6 (Lewis 2. Sanden. Jacobson. Harris.
Archambault). Technical Fouls: no-ne.
MICHIGAN (65k F RE
MIN MWA M-A 04T A F PTS
Easton 32 26 9-14 4-14 0 3 13
Wa,:rd 26 2-9 3-4 1-4 0 0 7
Tra lor 33 6-11 9.11 3-12 2 3 21
Red 33 2-7 2.2 03 2 2 8
Bullock 34 4-11 1-2 16 1 1 10
Conlan 25 1-4 0-2 0-4 0 3 3
Asselin 11 1-3 0-2 33 0 3 2
Smith 6 0-4 1-2 0-1 0 0 1
Totals 200 18-52 25-391.249 5 15 65
FG%: .346. FT%: .641. 3-point FG: 4-18, .222.
(Reid 2-7, Bullock 15. Conlan 1-2, Ward 0-3,
Smith 0-1). Blocks: 6 (Traylor 3. Baston 2,
Asselin). Steals: 5 (Baston 2, Traylor 2, Bullock).
Technical Fouls: none.
Minnesota-----------........15 42 - 57
Michigan .............26 39 -65
At. Crisler Arena
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WEBBER
Continued from Page 9
Webber, 24, a former standout at
Michigan who led the Wolverines to two
NCAA championship games, was dri-
ving the Navigator, a sports utility vehi-
cle, when he was stopped about 9:30
a.m. in Landover, Md., on the way to a
10 a.m. Wizards practice at the MCI6
Center in downtown Washington.
According to the police report,
Webber did not have a license or regis-
tration, and offered his credit card as
proof of identification. The report said
Webber was "slow. to answer" questions,
and struck the hand of the policeman
when the officer went to open the car
door.
"The officer attempted to remove
him," Prince George's police spokesper-*
son Royce Holloway said. "He resisted,
an assault occurred. The pepper spray,
was deployed to the effect the arrest."
Webber was- handcuffed and taken to
the police station. The car was impound-
ed and searched and officers found the
stub of a nmarijuana cigarette and ashes in
the front center ash tray. There also were
also traces of marijuana leaves, ashes,
stemns and seeds on the rear floor board
on the driver's side,
Wizards general manager Wes Unseld
said: "Until we have an opportunity to
-speak with Chris and the authorities
involved in the incident, we will have no
other comments."
Webber is the latest Wizards player to
have a brush with the law.
In November 1996, Juwan Howard,
another former Michigan standout, was
charged with drunken driving in the
District of Columbia when his Mercedes0
was stopped for speeding on a
Washington street. The charges were
dropped after Howard agreed to enter an
alcohol rehabilitation and education pro-
gram.

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