Photo Gallery - Minnesota
Sam Dekker turns the ball over (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker turns the ball over (Siker/14)
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Posted Jan 23, 2014


Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from No.9 Wisconsin's loss to Minnesota Golden Gophers at Williams Arena.



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Goldy the Golden Gopher was in the driver seat all game (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes has a smile during warmups (Siker/14)
Leading Gopher scorer Andre Hollins leaves the game in the first minute, and MINN adjusted very well (Siker/14)
Leading scorer Sam Dekker attacks a double team, he tallied 20 points in all ways (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig was another bright spot for UW, he played 23 minutes which was almost as many as starting PG Traevon Jackson who played 28 minutes (Siker/14)
Ben Brust added eight points and was not a perimeter force shooting 1-5 from the 3-point-distance (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson had a quieter game than previous taking only 4 shot attempts, the lowest of the Big Ten season (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was pulled early with foul trouble but was a stable force on both sides of the court (Siker/14)
Logging in the most minutes of the game, Josh Gasser stood his ground best on-ball defending (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan could not find many answers with his starters, reserves, or conversations with the refs (Siker/14)
Richard Pitino is making everyone forget about Tubby Smith quickly (Siker/14)
Player not ready for primetime (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker calls for the ball (Siker/14)
Teammate Bronson Koenig wants the rock (Siker/14)
Badger players seemed less than interested in defending Minnesota leading scorer Maurice Walker (Siker/14)
Gophers were relentless on offense, as efficient as any Badger opponent. Heres Austin Hollins for a 3-point play (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson leads the team after timeout (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker tries to find his way against the MINN defense (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker fires a three-pointer (Siker/14)
Duje Dukan always with the hustle but Bo quick with the hook. Dukan was benched for the 2nd half (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson showed urgency in play-making and driving to the hoop, unfortunately today Minnesota was as efficient as ever (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes continues to show a gifted touch around the basket and from long range (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker and Co are back to the drawing board. After a 3-0 start in conference currently UW is 3-3 (Siker/14)
Badgers could use more help defense on more offensive sets to slow down hot scorers (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky, a pillar of the Badgers system, will look to lead UW players deeper into conference play (Siker/14)
In future Big Ten heavyweight bouts, Nigel Hayes will be critical for interior defense and rebounding (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson is feeling some heat as the Badgers starting PG with emerging Bronson Koenig (Siker/14)
Gopher student revel in the upset of Top Ten Badgers (Siker/14)
The Barnyard farm animals always front and center (Siker/14)

Goldy the Golden Gopher was in the driver seat all game (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes has a smile during warmups (Siker/14)
Leading Gopher scorer Andre Hollins leaves the game in the first minute, and MINN adjusted very well (Siker/14)
Leading scorer Sam Dekker attacks a double team, he tallied 20 points in all ways (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig was another bright spot for UW, he played 23 minutes which was almost as many as starting PG Traevon Jackson who played 28 minutes (Siker/14)
Ben Brust added eight points and was not a perimeter force shooting 1-5 from the 3-point-distance (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson had a quieter game than previous taking only 4 shot attempts, the lowest of the Big Ten season (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was pulled early with foul trouble but was a stable force on both sides of the court (Siker/14)
Logging in the most minutes of the game, Josh Gasser stood his ground best on-ball defending (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan could not find many answers with his starters, reserves, or conversations with the refs (Siker/14)
Richard Pitino is making everyone forget about Tubby Smith quickly (Siker/14)
Player not ready for primetime (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker calls for the ball (Siker/14)
Teammate Bronson Koenig wants the rock (Siker/14)
Badger players seemed less than interested in defending Minnesota leading scorer Maurice Walker (Siker/14)
Gophers were relentless on offense, as efficient as any Badger opponent. Heres Austin Hollins for a 3-point play (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson leads the team after timeout (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker tries to find his way against the MINN defense (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker fires a three-pointer (Siker/14)
Duje Dukan always with the hustle but Bo quick with the hook. Dukan was benched for the 2nd half (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson showed urgency in play-making and driving to the hoop, unfortunately today Minnesota was as efficient as ever (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes continues to show a gifted touch around the basket and from long range (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker and Co are back to the drawing board. After a 3-0 start in conference currently UW is 3-3 (Siker/14)
Badgers could use more help defense on more offensive sets to slow down hot scorers (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky, a pillar of the Badgers system, will look to lead UW players deeper into conference play (Siker/14)
In future Big Ten heavyweight bouts, Nigel Hayes will be critical for interior defense and rebounding (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson is feeling some heat as the Badgers starting PG with emerging Bronson Koenig (Siker/14)
Gopher student revel in the upset of Top Ten Badgers (Siker/14)
The Barnyard farm animals always front and center (Siker/14)

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Goldy the Golden Gopher was in the driver seat all game (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes has a smile during warmups (Siker/14) Leading Gopher scorer Andre Hollins leaves the game in the first minute, and MINN adjusted very well (Siker/14) Leading scorer Sam Dekker attacks a double team, he tallied 20 points in all ways (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig was another bright spot for UW, he played 23 minutes which was almost as many as starting PG Traevon Jackson who played 28 minutes (Siker/14) Ben Brust added eight points and was not a perimeter force shooting 1-5 from the 3-point-distance (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson had a quieter game than previous taking only 4 shot attempts, the lowest of the Big Ten season (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky was pulled early with foul trouble but was a stable force on both sides of the court (Siker/14) Logging in the most minutes of the game, Josh Gasser stood his ground best on-ball defending (Siker/14) Coach Bo Ryan could not find many answers with his starters, reserves, or conversations with the refs (Siker/14) Richard Pitino is making everyone forget about Tubby Smith quickly (Siker/14) Player not ready for primetime (Siker/14) Sam Dekker calls for the ball (Siker/14) Teammate Bronson Koenig wants the rock (Siker/14) Badger players seemed less than interested in defending Minnesota leading scorer Maurice Walker (Siker/14) Gophers were relentless on offense, as efficient as any Badger opponent. Heres Austin Hollins for a 3-point play (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson leads the team after timeout (Siker/14) Sam Dekker tries to find his way against the MINN defense (Siker/14) Sam Dekker fires a three-pointer (Siker/14) Duje Dukan always with the hustle but Bo quick with the hook. Dukan was benched for the 2nd half (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson showed urgency in play-making and driving to the hoop, unfortunately today Minnesota was as efficient as ever (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes continues to show a gifted touch around the basket and from long range (Siker/14) Sam Dekker and Co are back to the drawing board. After a 3-0 start in conference currently UW is 3-3 (Siker/14) Badgers could use more help defense on more offensive sets to slow down hot scorers (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky, a pillar of the Badgers system, will look to lead UW players deeper into conference play (Siker/14) In future Big Ten heavyweight bouts, Nigel Hayes will be critical for interior defense and rebounding (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson is feeling some heat as the Badgers starting PG with emerging Bronson Koenig (Siker/14) Gopher student revel in the upset of Top Ten Badgers (Siker/14) The Barnyard farm animals always front and center (Siker/14)

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