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Traevon Jackson, the man of the moment (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson, the man of the moment (Siker/14)
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Posted Feb 10, 2014


Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from Wisconsin's victory over Michigan State at the Kohl Center.



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Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14)Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14)
Baby Badger in attendance with courtside seats (Siker/14)
MSU Welcomes back big man Adreian Payne but was missing All Big Ten PG Keith Appling (Siker/14)
Wisconsin gets the early advantage winning the tipoff (Siker/14)
And Sam Dekker sinks a 3-pointer, Kohl Center already rocking (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes led the Badgers in scoring putting in 14 off the bench (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker poured in 11 points going 3-8 from the field, all three hits were from 3-point range (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser also added 11-points, his on-ball defending effort on MSU leading scorer Gary Harris was a major difference in the victory (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was the 4th player with double digits adding 10. His late 3-pointer putting the Badgers up 5 with 30 seconds left was decisive (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson hit the game winner with 2.1 seconds left, here he is looking at the Badger bench Coach Ryan purple in the face reminding the team the game is not yet over (Siker/14)
Teammates lifted Ben Brust through his 0-7 slump from 3-point range. He hit this layup and a late 3-pointer to add 5 to the score sheet (Siker/14)
Leading game scorer was Adreian Payne with 24 points. As this was his first game back, he fought through exhaustion (Siker/14)
This Badger victory over top ten opponent will be remembered for the big plays which happened at the end of the 2nd half. Ben Brust finally hit a 3-pointer after missing his first seven attempts (Sike
And later with the game narrowed to one possession Frank Kaminsky later hit a 3-pointer, he has been mired in a 2-12 slump over his last dozen attempts (Siker/14)
Desperation for MSU as they were forced to fouling Badgers 94% FT shooter Ben Brust (Siker/14)
But unbelievably, he missed the front end of a one-and-one and the door was opened for MSU to get back in the game (Siker/14)
In a half court heave, Travis Trice nearly sunk this long shot to win the game. Bucky dodged a bullet (Siker/14)
Party time for Wisconsin players as they got the big win over conference leading Spartans (Siker/14)
Bo Ryan shakes Tom Izzo's hand. after five straight losses, Wisconsin finally vanquishes MSU (Siker/14)
There were times Tom Izzo could not bear to watch (Siker/14)
Just like Coach Bo Ryan, Tom Izzo does a great job getting the referees' attention (Siker/14)
Tom Izzo reminds Adreian Payne how to attack the Badgers defense (Siker/14)
Adreian Payne had much success on the offensive end scoring from the paint and 3-point range (Siker/14)
Badgers did a better job in post defense adding help in the paint (Siker/14)
Badger football VIP in attendance. Joe Thomas sitting courtside (Siker/14)
Nick Toon has a laugh during a timeout. Montee Ball, and Jim Leonhard were also honored on the jumbotron (Siker/14)
Annual tradition, the Wisconsin Badgers dance team has a duet with current football players (Siker/14)
Fortunately for the dance team, they didnt have to wear the pads under these game-issue jerseys (Siker/14)
After a week practice, the football players excelled at
Linebacker Josh Harrison showing off some moves (Siker/14)
Bravo, encore! (Siker/14)
OK one more look at the good luck jerseys (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson attacks the hoop and loses the ball (Siker/14)
The referees did not award a foul on this drive despite the protest (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes drew much contact during play in the post. Back to Wisconsin brand basketball they had more FT made than opponents attempts (Siker/14)
Here is Sam Dekker being awared 1-and-1 bonus FT attempts. UW was 13-20 compared to MSU 5-9 (Siker/14)
Tom Izzo pleads with officials, certainly it seems referee judgement favors the home team (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker has a brief conversation with an official (Siker/14)
In-state recruits Dekker and Koenig leap for a rebound (Siker/14)
Instate recruit prospect Diamond Stone was in attendance (Siker/14)
Croatian born Duje Dukan contributes a bucket (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes tries to fake out MSU defender with a facial cue (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker works on All Big Ten player Adreian Payne (Siker/14)
The scoring strategy feeding Nigel Hayes in the post has netted consistent results (Siker/14)
Badgers big man starter Frank Kaminsky has been timid at the hoop  of late (Siker/14)
Boost of energy can always be found at the bench whether its Bo Ryan's quick rotation or encouragement (Siker/14)
Badger players know that Bo Ryan has a quick hook if a player misses a defensive rotation or causes a senseless turnover (Siker/14)
No one was missing any defensive rotations on MSU All Big Ten player Gary Harris as Josh Gasser hounded him all day (Siker/14)
MSU leading scorer was 3-20 from the field scoring six points (Siker/14)
Badger players celebrate a big win over the Big Ten leaders (Siker/14)

Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14)Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14)
Baby Badger in attendance with courtside seats (Siker/14)
MSU Welcomes back big man Adreian Payne but was missing All Big Ten PG Keith Appling (Siker/14)
Wisconsin gets the early advantage winning the tipoff (Siker/14)
And Sam Dekker sinks a 3-pointer, Kohl Center already rocking (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes led the Badgers in scoring putting in 14 off the bench (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker poured in 11 points going 3-8 from the field, all three hits were from 3-point range (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser also added 11-points, his on-ball defending effort on MSU leading scorer Gary Harris was a major difference in the victory (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was the 4th player with double digits adding 10. His late 3-pointer putting the Badgers up 5 with 30 seconds left was decisive (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson hit the game winner with 2.1 seconds left, here he is looking at the Badger bench Coach Ryan purple in the face reminding the team the game is not yet over (Siker/14)
Teammates lifted Ben Brust through his 0-7 slump from 3-point range. He hit this layup and a late 3-pointer to add 5 to the score sheet (Siker/14)
Leading game scorer was Adreian Payne with 24 points. As this was his first game back, he fought through exhaustion (Siker/14)
This Badger victory over top ten opponent will be remembered for the big plays which happened at the end of the 2nd half. Ben Brust finally hit a 3-pointer after missing his first seven attempts (Sike
And later with the game narrowed to one possession Frank Kaminsky later hit a 3-pointer, he has been mired in a 2-12 slump over his last dozen attempts (Siker/14)
Desperation for MSU as they were forced to fouling Badgers 94% FT shooter Ben Brust (Siker/14)
But unbelievably, he missed the front end of a one-and-one and the door was opened for MSU to get back in the game (Siker/14)
In a half court heave, Travis Trice nearly sunk this long shot to win the game. Bucky dodged a bullet (Siker/14)
Party time for Wisconsin players as they got the big win over conference leading Spartans (Siker/14)
Bo Ryan shakes Tom Izzo's hand. after five straight losses, Wisconsin finally vanquishes MSU (Siker/14)
There were times Tom Izzo could not bear to watch (Siker/14)
Just like Coach Bo Ryan, Tom Izzo does a great job getting the referees' attention (Siker/14)
Tom Izzo reminds Adreian Payne how to attack the Badgers defense (Siker/14)
Adreian Payne had much success on the offensive end scoring from the paint and 3-point range (Siker/14)
Badgers did a better job in post defense adding help in the paint (Siker/14)
Badger football VIP in attendance. Joe Thomas sitting courtside (Siker/14)
Nick Toon has a laugh during a timeout. Montee Ball, and Jim Leonhard were also honored on the jumbotron (Siker/14)
Annual tradition, the Wisconsin Badgers dance team has a duet with current football players (Siker/14)
Fortunately for the dance team, they didnt have to wear the pads under these game-issue jerseys (Siker/14)
After a week practice, the football players excelled at "Dancing with the Dance Team" performance (Siker/14)
Linebacker Josh Harrison showing off some moves (Siker/14)
Bravo, encore! (Siker/14)
OK one more look at the good luck jerseys (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson attacks the hoop and loses the ball (Siker/14)
The referees did not award a foul on this drive despite the protest (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes drew much contact during play in the post. Back to Wisconsin brand basketball they had more FT made than opponents attempts (Siker/14)
Here is Sam Dekker being awared 1-and-1 bonus FT attempts. UW was 13-20 compared to MSU 5-9 (Siker/14)
Tom Izzo pleads with officials, certainly it seems referee judgement favors the home team (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker has a brief conversation with an official (Siker/14)
In-state recruits Dekker and Koenig leap for a rebound (Siker/14)
Instate recruit prospect Diamond Stone was in attendance (Siker/14)
Croatian born Duje Dukan contributes a bucket (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes tries to fake out MSU defender with a facial cue (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker works on All Big Ten player Adreian Payne (Siker/14)
The scoring strategy feeding Nigel Hayes in the post has netted consistent results (Siker/14)
Badgers big man starter Frank Kaminsky has been timid at the hoop of late (Siker/14)
Boost of energy can always be found at the bench whether its Bo Ryan's quick rotation or encouragement (Siker/14)
Badger players know that Bo Ryan has a quick hook if a player misses a defensive rotation or causes a senseless turnover (Siker/14)
No one was missing any defensive rotations on MSU All Big Ten player Gary Harris as Josh Gasser hounded him all day (Siker/14)
MSU leading scorer was 3-20 from the field scoring six points (Siker/14)
Badger players celebrate a big win over the Big Ten leaders (Siker/14)

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Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14)Wisconsin gets ready for the big showdown at high noon vs No.9 Michigan State (Siker/14) Baby Badger in attendance with courtside seats (Siker/14) MSU Welcomes back big man Adreian Payne but was missing All Big Ten PG Keith Appling (Siker/14) Wisconsin gets the early advantage winning the tipoff (Siker/14) And Sam Dekker sinks a 3-pointer, Kohl Center already rocking (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes led the Badgers in scoring putting in 14 off the bench (Siker/14) Sam Dekker poured in 11 points going 3-8 from the field, all three hits were from 3-point range (Siker/14) Josh Gasser also added 11-points, his on-ball defending effort on MSU leading scorer Gary Harris was a major difference in the victory (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky was the 4th player with double digits adding 10. His late 3-pointer putting the Badgers up 5 with 30 seconds left was decisive (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson hit the game winner with 2.1 seconds left, here he is looking at the Badger bench Coach Ryan purple in the face reminding the team the game is not yet over (Siker/14) Teammates lifted Ben Brust through his 0-7 slump from 3-point range. He hit this layup and a late 3-pointer to add 5 to the score sheet (Siker/14) Leading game scorer was Adreian Payne with 24 points. As this was his first game back, he fought through exhaustion (Siker/14) This Badger victory over top ten opponent will be remembered for the big plays which happened at the end of the 2nd half. Ben Brust finally hit a 3-pointer after missing his first seven attempts (Sike And later with the game narrowed to one possession Frank Kaminsky later hit a 3-pointer, he has been mired in a 2-12 slump over his last dozen attempts (Siker/14) Desperation for MSU as they were forced to fouling Badgers 94% FT shooter Ben Brust (Siker/14) But unbelievably, he missed the front end of a one-and-one and the door was opened for MSU to get back in the game (Siker/14) In a half court heave, Travis Trice nearly sunk this long shot to win the game. Bucky dodged a bullet (Siker/14) Party time for Wisconsin players as they got the big win over conference leading Spartans (Siker/14) Bo Ryan shakes Tom Izzo's hand. after five straight losses, Wisconsin finally vanquishes MSU (Siker/14) There were times Tom Izzo could not bear to watch (Siker/14) Just like Coach Bo Ryan, Tom Izzo does a great job getting the referees' attention (Siker/14) Tom Izzo reminds Adreian Payne how to attack the Badgers defense (Siker/14) Adreian Payne had much success on the offensive end scoring from the paint and 3-point range (Siker/14) Badgers did a better job in post defense adding help in the paint (Siker/14) Badger football VIP in attendance. Joe Thomas sitting courtside (Siker/14) Nick Toon has a laugh during a timeout. Montee Ball, and Jim Leonhard were also honored on the jumbotron (Siker/14) Annual tradition, the Wisconsin Badgers dance team has a duet with current football players (Siker/14) Fortunately for the dance team, they didnt have to wear the pads under these game-issue jerseys (Siker/14) After a week practice, the football players excelled at Linebacker Josh Harrison showing off some moves (Siker/14) Bravo, encore! (Siker/14) OK one more look at the good luck jerseys (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson attacks the hoop and loses the ball (Siker/14) The referees did not award a foul on this drive despite the protest (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes drew much contact during play in the post. Back to Wisconsin brand basketball they had more FT made than opponents attempts (Siker/14) Here is Sam Dekker being awared 1-and-1 bonus FT attempts. UW was 13-20 compared to MSU 5-9 (Siker/14) Tom Izzo pleads with officials, certainly it seems referee judgement favors the home team (Siker/14) Sam Dekker has a brief conversation with an official (Siker/14) In-state recruits Dekker and Koenig leap for a rebound (Siker/14) Instate recruit prospect Diamond Stone was in attendance (Siker/14) Croatian born Duje Dukan contributes a bucket (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes tries to fake out MSU defender with a facial cue (Siker/14) Sam Dekker works on All Big Ten player Adreian Payne (Siker/14) The scoring strategy feeding Nigel Hayes in the post has netted consistent results (Siker/14) Badgers big man starter Frank Kaminsky has been timid at the hoop  of late (Siker/14) Boost of energy can always be found at the bench whether its Bo Ryan's quick rotation or encouragement (Siker/14) Badger players know that Bo Ryan has a quick hook if a player misses a defensive rotation or causes a senseless turnover (Siker/14) No one was missing any defensive rotations on MSU All Big Ten player Gary Harris as Josh Gasser hounded him all day (Siker/14) MSU leading scorer was 3-20 from the field scoring six points (Siker/14) Badger players celebrate a big win over the Big Ten leaders (Siker/14)

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