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Frank Kaminsky throws down (Siker/14)
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Posted Jan 18, 2014


Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from No.3 Wisconsin's loss to Michigan Wolverines at the Kohl Center.



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Revenge was on the mind for the Wolverines who lost a memorable game last year in OT to the Badgers (Siker/14)
Coach John Beilein played the hot hand early, which was everyone on his team who seemingly made every shot attempt early (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser scored a team high 16 points, hitting 4-5 from 3-point range (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky aims from deep. Badgers scored often but were not a flaming 80% like the Wolverines early (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker reached double digits but was not a big factor on either side of the floor (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes ducks under post defender and sinks an easy 2-pointer (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson played PG for nearly all the game and was a steady force (Siker/14)
Ben Brust continued his torrid play and added 14 points for UW (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky rises high for an offensive board. Rebounding was even UW 30, UM 31 (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser was able to score most his points with the defense in his face (Siker/14)
Three players jump on a loose ball, possession arrow Wisconsin (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky reaches for the orange and wins, Michigan turns the ball over (Siker/14)
Post defense did have its moments, Frank Kaminsky with a key defensive stop during Badgers second half surge (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky throws down a vicious jam to wake up the Kohl Center (Siker/14)
Badgers left Nik Stauskas all alone on the mid-range jump shot. He was deadly scoring a game-high 23 points (Siker/14)
Badgers eventually made it more difficult for Stauskas and not all the shots went down later (Siker/14)
But this 3-pointer as second chance points on a critical late possession sealed the game and victory for the blue (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson is rejected in the final possession of the 1st half, Wolverines held a surprising 5-point lead at intermission (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes draws contact in the post (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker was clobbered many times when he tried to score from short range. Whether the refs blew the whistle or not (Siker/14)
Badgers
Traevon Jackson lays in a late two-pointer and a 15-point deficit is eventually brought down to 1-point (Siker/14)
Ben Brust challenges post defender, no whistle, and continues with the play and finishes with a layup (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson challenges post defender and draws a foul (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes looks for a rebound off a late Traevon Jackson free throw miss, Michigan seizes the game (Siker/14)
And there was much rejoicing pretty much all game on the blue bench (Siker/14)
UW Football Recruit Craig Evans sits courtside (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Students cheered hard but not enough, most students are back from break (Siker/14)
By all accounts, student dressed in diaper was not a distraction for Michigan as they shot 85.7% from free throw line for the game (Siker/14)
Michigan Wolverines are now 1st place in the Big Ten. Badgers get a rematch against the Blue in a few weeks on Feb 16 (Siker/14)

Revenge was on the mind for the Wolverines who lost a memorable game last year in OT to the Badgers (Siker/14)
Coach John Beilein played the hot hand early, which was everyone on his team who seemingly made every shot attempt early (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser scored a team high 16 points, hitting 4-5 from 3-point range (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky aims from deep. Badgers scored often but were not a flaming 80% like the Wolverines early (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker reached double digits but was not a big factor on either side of the floor (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes ducks under post defender and sinks an easy 2-pointer (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson played PG for nearly all the game and was a steady force (Siker/14)
Ben Brust continued his torrid play and added 14 points for UW (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky rises high for an offensive board. Rebounding was even UW 30, UM 31 (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser was able to score most his points with the defense in his face (Siker/14)
Three players jump on a loose ball, possession arrow Wisconsin (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky reaches for the orange and wins, Michigan turns the ball over (Siker/14)
Post defense did have its moments, Frank Kaminsky with a key defensive stop during Badgers second half surge (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky throws down a vicious jam to wake up the Kohl Center (Siker/14)
Badgers left Nik Stauskas all alone on the mid-range jump shot. He was deadly scoring a game-high 23 points (Siker/14)
Badgers eventually made it more difficult for Stauskas and not all the shots went down later (Siker/14)
But this 3-pointer as second chance points on a critical late possession sealed the game and victory for the blue (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson is rejected in the final possession of the 1st half, Wolverines held a surprising 5-point lead at intermission (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes draws contact in the post (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker was clobbered many times when he tried to score from short range. Whether the refs blew the whistle or not (Siker/14)
Badgers "Swing" offense philosophy involves playing their guards in the paint and forwards on the perimeter (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson lays in a late two-pointer and a 15-point deficit is eventually brought down to 1-point (Siker/14)
Ben Brust challenges post defender, no whistle, and continues with the play and finishes with a layup (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson challenges post defender and draws a foul (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes looks for a rebound off a late Traevon Jackson free throw miss, Michigan seizes the game (Siker/14)
And there was much rejoicing pretty much all game on the blue bench (Siker/14)
UW Football Recruit Craig Evans sits courtside (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Students cheered hard but not enough, most students are back from break (Siker/14)
By all accounts, student dressed in diaper was not a distraction for Michigan as they shot 85.7% from free throw line for the game (Siker/14)
Michigan Wolverines are now 1st place in the Big Ten. Badgers get a rematch against the Blue in a few weeks on Feb 16 (Siker/14)

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Revenge was on the mind for the Wolverines who lost a memorable game last year in OT to the Badgers (Siker/14) Coach John Beilein played the hot hand early, which was everyone on his team who seemingly made every shot attempt early (Siker/14) Josh Gasser scored a team high 16 points, hitting 4-5 from 3-point range (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky aims from deep. Badgers scored often but were not a flaming 80% like the Wolverines early (Siker/14) Sam Dekker reached double digits but was not a big factor on either side of the floor (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes ducks under post defender and sinks an easy 2-pointer (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson played PG for nearly all the game and was a steady force (Siker/14) Ben Brust continued his torrid play and added 14 points for UW (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky rises high for an offensive board. Rebounding was even UW 30, UM 31 (Siker/14) Josh Gasser was able to score most his points with the defense in his face (Siker/14) Three players jump on a loose ball, possession arrow Wisconsin (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky reaches for the orange and wins, Michigan turns the ball over (Siker/14) Post defense did have its moments, Frank Kaminsky with a key defensive stop during Badgers second half surge (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky throws down a vicious jam to wake up the Kohl Center (Siker/14) Badgers left Nik Stauskas all alone on the mid-range jump shot. He was deadly scoring a game-high 23 points (Siker/14) Badgers eventually made it more difficult for Stauskas and not all the shots went down later (Siker/14) But this 3-pointer as second chance points on a critical late possession sealed the game and victory for the blue (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson is rejected in the final possession of the 1st half, Wolverines held a surprising 5-point lead at intermission (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes draws contact in the post (Siker/14) Sam Dekker was clobbered many times when he tried to score from short range. Whether the refs blew the whistle or not (Siker/14) Badgers Traevon Jackson lays in a late two-pointer and a 15-point deficit is eventually brought down to 1-point (Siker/14) Ben Brust challenges post defender, no whistle, and continues with the play and finishes with a layup (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson challenges post defender and draws a foul (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes looks for a rebound off a late Traevon Jackson free throw miss, Michigan seizes the game (Siker/14) And there was much rejoicing pretty much all game on the blue bench (Siker/14) UW Football Recruit Craig Evans sits courtside (Siker/14) Wisconsin Students cheered hard but not enough, most students are back from break (Siker/14) By all accounts, student dressed in diaper was not a distraction for Michigan as they shot 85.7% from free throw line for the game (Siker/14) Michigan Wolverines are now 1st place in the Big Ten. Badgers get a rematch against the Blue in a few weeks on Feb 16 (Siker/14)

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