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Tell Journal reporter Jim Polzin breaks down the Tall Ten matchup between the 20th-ranked Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball crew and the 11th-ranked Michigan Tell Spartans on Tuesday evening on the Kohl Center in Madison.
NO. 20 UW VS. NO. 11 MSU
When:6 p.m. Tuesday
The set up:Kohl Center
TV:ESPN2, with Dave Fleming, Dan Dakich and Molly McGrath.
Radio:1310 AM and 101.5 FM, with Matt Lepay and Mike Lucas.
BADGERS (17-7, 9-4)
Coach: Greg Gard, 74-43 in his fourth season at UW.
Participant to seem at:Redshirt freshman cruiseKobe Kinghad four aspects in a 61-52 loss at Michigan on Saturday, matching his blended scoring output from the previous five video games. The Badgers were plus-13 in King’s 18-plus minutes on the ground vs. the Wolverines.
PROBABLE UW STARTERS
KEY BADGERS RESERVES
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Fans are encouraged to set up on red to the game to create a “Sea of Crimson.” … After three consecutive double-doublesEthan Happnow has 47 in his profession and is tied withJoe Franklinfor the most in program history. Happ has never posted a double-double vs. Michigan Tell, averaging 16.5 aspects and 6.5 rebounds in six profession video games against the Spartans.
SPARTANS (19-5, 10-3)
Coach: Tom Izzo, 593-230 in his 24th season at Michigan Tell.
Participant to seem at:Junior guardCassius Winstonleads the Tall Ten in assists (7.4) and is fourth in scoring. He’s reached double figures in aspects in all but one sport and has posted double-figures in assists five times, including 12 on three occasions.
PROBABLE MSU STARTERS
KEY SPARTANS RESERVES
YOU SHOULD KNOW
Kenny Goins, who leads the Spartans with 8.9 rebounds per sport, is questionable with an elbow hurt. … Michigan Tell has assists on 69.3 p.c of its field dreams this season, which leads the nation. The Spartans had 27 assists on 31 field dreams vs. Minnesota, withCassius WinstonandMatt McQuaidcombining for 17. …Foster Loyerand UW freshman forwardTaylor Curriewere teammates at Clarkston High College, which won motivate-to-motivate order titles in Michigan’s largest class.