Photo Gallery - Minnesota
Sam Dekker to the tin (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker to the tin (Siker/14)
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Posted Feb 14, 2014


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



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Minnesota recruited Badgers take in the border battle between Badgers and Gophers (Siker/14)
Ben Brust led the way with 20 points, going a perfect 4-4 behind the arc (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky played aggressive and added 17 points. Heres Frank going coast-to-coast (Siker/14)
Indispensable Nigel Hayes was a force in the post both offense and defense. He added 15 off the bench (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker scored 10 points, the fourth Badger adding double digits (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson was dangerous with his mid-range jumpers going 3-4 from the field. He added 9 points with 1 assist and 1 rebound (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser tallied 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig is getting more Big Ten seasoning. He was 0-3 from the field for the game (Siker/14)
Major difference between the games in Minneapolis and Madison was the defensive effort in the post for the Badgers (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser on-ball defending is a major reason he is always on the court (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes defensive intensity has improved during the conference season (Siker/14)
Badgers were winners in turnovers only giving it up 7 times compared to Gophers 13. They also had 7 steals compared to Gophers 2 (Siker/14)
The excitement is back, Badger fans roared during a few slam dunks from their forwards. Here is Nigel Hayes throwing down after a steal (Siker/14)
Badger Fans will get used to these moments as true freshman Nigel Hayes becomes a starter in future seasons (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan's team played from the front for most of the game which hardly calmed his demeanor (Siker/14)
Rookie Coach Richard Pitino questions his players on a defensive set (Siker/14)
Minnesota leading scorer Andre Hollins was healthy to start. He had missed two weeks since rolling his ankle on Josh Gasser's foot (Siker/14)
Badgers had success attacking the paint. Bucky gained an advantage was putting Gopher bigs in foul trouble (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was able to get to the foul line where he was a perfect 9-9 (Siker/14)
Gritty Josh Gasser is never afraid to make his move in the paint (Siker/14)
In this unusual play, Frank Kaminsky is whistled for a technical foul for holding onto the rim and trying to touch a live ball (Siker/14)
Before free throw attempts, Josh Gasser communicates with Dekker. Obvious encouragement to step up and be more assertive (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes shooting free throws will be a big part of why the Badgers win games or miss an easy opportunity. As a team the Badgers shot 83% going 30-36 (Siker/14)
At end game situation, Badgers were able to get the ball consistently to their best FT shooter Ben Brust who uncharacteristically missed 2 FT. His season pct has dipped from 95% to 90% as a result of
Student section serenades Birthday Boy Josh Gasser by singing him
Dekker attack from the wing strategy is varied between 3-pointers and shot attempts from the paint (Siker/14)
Recently Ben Brust has not attacked the inside as earlier in the conference and all non-conference season. His slashing points typically catches the defense off guard (Siker/14)
Defensive cohesiveness and intensity have improved of late. Badgers typically do not give up easy baskets in sets with improved post defense (Siker/14)
To his credit, Coach Bo Ryan has been even keeled during the winning and losing. Although towards the end of game seemed extra cranky with extra fouls being awarded to the Gophers (Siker/14)
Badgers point-guard situation seems to be firm with Traevon Jackson leading with Bronson Koenig on a long shooting slump (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky and Nigel Hayes have inherited most of the front court load and combined make up the front court production and protection (Siker/14)
3-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week Nigel Hayes seems to improve his game each week and gain more confidence (Siker/14)
Badgers primary strategy has always been to deny easy points in the paint and getting to the free thow line (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Badgers now march on the road to play two ranked teams successively. This represents a great opportunity for a team looking to bolster its conference standing (Siker/14)
Becoming a staple at the Kohl Center is diaper boy. He is accompanied by other bleacher creatures Hot Dog and Banana Mullet (Siker/14)
More bleacher creatures, front row students in candy striped overalls (Siker/14)
Not to be outdone, a spirited student takes things to a new level (Siker/14)
Loudly in the first half, Badgers student section chanted
Students have been busy also creating signs. Many tributes from females for their favorite players before Valentines Day (Siker/14)

Minnesota recruited Badgers take in the border battle between Badgers and Gophers (Siker/14)
Ben Brust led the way with 20 points, going a perfect 4-4 behind the arc (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky played aggressive and added 17 points. Heres Frank going coast-to-coast (Siker/14)
Indispensable Nigel Hayes was a force in the post both offense and defense. He added 15 off the bench (Siker/14)
Sam Dekker scored 10 points, the fourth Badger adding double digits (Siker/14)
Traevon Jackson was dangerous with his mid-range jumpers going 3-4 from the field. He added 9 points with 1 assist and 1 rebound (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser tallied 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists (Siker/14)
Bronson Koenig is getting more Big Ten seasoning. He was 0-3 from the field for the game (Siker/14)
Major difference between the games in Minneapolis and Madison was the defensive effort in the post for the Badgers (Siker/14)
Josh Gasser on-ball defending is a major reason he is always on the court (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes defensive intensity has improved during the conference season (Siker/14)
Badgers were winners in turnovers only giving it up 7 times compared to Gophers 13. They also had 7 steals compared to Gophers 2 (Siker/14)
The excitement is back, Badger fans roared during a few slam dunks from their forwards. Here is Nigel Hayes throwing down after a steal (Siker/14)
Badger Fans will get used to these moments as true freshman Nigel Hayes becomes a starter in future seasons (Siker/14)
Coach Bo Ryan's team played from the front for most of the game which hardly calmed his demeanor (Siker/14)
Rookie Coach Richard Pitino questions his players on a defensive set (Siker/14)
Minnesota leading scorer Andre Hollins was healthy to start. He had missed two weeks since rolling his ankle on Josh Gasser's foot (Siker/14)
Badgers had success attacking the paint. Bucky gained an advantage was putting Gopher bigs in foul trouble (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky was able to get to the foul line where he was a perfect 9-9 (Siker/14)
Gritty Josh Gasser is never afraid to make his move in the paint (Siker/14)
In this unusual play, Frank Kaminsky is whistled for a technical foul for holding onto the rim and trying to touch a live ball (Siker/14)
Before free throw attempts, Josh Gasser communicates with Dekker. Obvious encouragement to step up and be more assertive (Siker/14)
Nigel Hayes shooting free throws will be a big part of why the Badgers win games or miss an easy opportunity. As a team the Badgers shot 83% going 30-36 (Siker/14)
At end game situation, Badgers were able to get the ball consistently to their best FT shooter Ben Brust who uncharacteristically missed 2 FT. His season pct has dipped from 95% to 90% as a result of
Student section serenades Birthday Boy Josh Gasser by singing him "Happy Birthday". They were prompted by Public Address announcer (Siker/14)
Dekker attack from the wing strategy is varied between 3-pointers and shot attempts from the paint (Siker/14)
Recently Ben Brust has not attacked the inside as earlier in the conference and all non-conference season. His slashing points typically catches the defense off guard (Siker/14)
Defensive cohesiveness and intensity have improved of late. Badgers typically do not give up easy baskets in sets with improved post defense (Siker/14)
To his credit, Coach Bo Ryan has been even keeled during the winning and losing. Although towards the end of game seemed extra cranky with extra fouls being awarded to the Gophers (Siker/14)
Badgers point-guard situation seems to be firm with Traevon Jackson leading with Bronson Koenig on a long shooting slump (Siker/14)
Frank Kaminsky and Nigel Hayes have inherited most of the front court load and combined make up the front court production and protection (Siker/14)
3-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week Nigel Hayes seems to improve his game each week and gain more confidence (Siker/14)
Badgers primary strategy has always been to deny easy points in the paint and getting to the free thow line (Siker/14)
Wisconsin Badgers now march on the road to play two ranked teams successively. This represents a great opportunity for a team looking to bolster its conference standing (Siker/14)
Becoming a staple at the Kohl Center is diaper boy. He is accompanied by other bleacher creatures Hot Dog and Banana Mullet (Siker/14)
More bleacher creatures, front row students in candy striped overalls (Siker/14)
Not to be outdone, a spirited student takes things to a new level (Siker/14)
Loudly in the first half, Badgers student section chanted "Safety School" (Siker/14)
Students have been busy also creating signs. Many tributes from females for their favorite players before Valentines Day (Siker/14)

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Minnesota recruited Badgers take in the border battle between Badgers and Gophers (Siker/14) Ben Brust led the way with 20 points, going a perfect 4-4 behind the arc (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky played aggressive and added 17 points. Heres Frank going coast-to-coast (Siker/14) Indispensable Nigel Hayes was a force in the post both offense and defense. He added 15 off the bench (Siker/14) Sam Dekker scored 10 points, the fourth Badger adding double digits (Siker/14) Traevon Jackson was dangerous with his mid-range jumpers going 3-4 from the field. He added 9 points with 1 assist and 1 rebound (Siker/14) Josh Gasser tallied 7 points, 2 rebounds, 3 assists (Siker/14) Bronson Koenig is getting more Big Ten seasoning. He was 0-3 from the field for the game (Siker/14) Major difference between the games in Minneapolis and Madison was the defensive effort in the post for the Badgers (Siker/14) Josh Gasser on-ball defending is a major reason he is always on the court (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes defensive intensity has improved during the conference season (Siker/14) Badgers were winners in turnovers only giving it up 7 times compared to Gophers 13. They also had 7 steals compared to Gophers 2 (Siker/14) The excitement is back, Badger fans roared during a few slam dunks from their forwards. Here is Nigel Hayes throwing down after a steal (Siker/14) Badger Fans will get used to these moments as true freshman Nigel Hayes becomes a starter in future seasons (Siker/14) Coach Bo Ryan's team played from the front for most of the game which hardly calmed his demeanor (Siker/14) Rookie Coach Richard Pitino questions his players on a defensive set (Siker/14) Minnesota leading scorer Andre Hollins was healthy to start. He had missed two weeks since rolling his ankle on Josh Gasser's foot (Siker/14) Badgers had success attacking the paint. Bucky gained an advantage was putting Gopher bigs in foul trouble (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky was able to get to the foul line where he was a perfect 9-9 (Siker/14) Gritty Josh Gasser is never afraid to make his move in the paint (Siker/14) In this unusual play, Frank Kaminsky is whistled for a technical foul for holding onto the rim and trying to touch a live ball (Siker/14) Before free throw attempts, Josh Gasser communicates with Dekker. Obvious encouragement to step up and be more assertive (Siker/14) Nigel Hayes shooting free throws will be a big part of why the Badgers win games or miss an easy opportunity. As a team the Badgers shot 83% going 30-36 (Siker/14) At end game situation, Badgers were able to get the ball consistently to their best FT shooter Ben Brust who uncharacteristically missed 2 FT. His season pct has dipped from 95% to 90% as a result of Student section serenades Birthday Boy Josh Gasser by singing him Dekker attack from the wing strategy is varied between 3-pointers and shot attempts from the paint (Siker/14) Recently Ben Brust has not attacked the inside as earlier in the conference and all non-conference season. His slashing points typically catches the defense off guard (Siker/14) Defensive cohesiveness and intensity have improved of late. Badgers typically do not give up easy baskets in sets with improved post defense (Siker/14) To his credit, Coach Bo Ryan has been even keeled during the winning and losing. Although towards the end of game seemed extra cranky with extra fouls being awarded to the Gophers (Siker/14) Badgers point-guard situation seems to be firm with Traevon Jackson leading with Bronson Koenig on a long shooting slump (Siker/14) Frank Kaminsky and Nigel Hayes have inherited most of the front court load and combined make up the front court production and protection (Siker/14) 3-time Big Ten Freshman of the Week Nigel Hayes seems to improve his game each week and gain more confidence (Siker/14) Badgers primary strategy has always been to deny easy points in the paint and getting to the free thow line (Siker/14) Wisconsin Badgers now march on the road to play two ranked teams successively. This represents a great opportunity for a team looking to bolster its conference standing (Siker/14) Becoming a staple at the Kohl Center is diaper boy. He is accompanied by other bleacher creatures Hot Dog and Banana Mullet (Siker/14) More bleacher creatures, front row students in candy striped overalls (Siker/14) Not to be outdone, a spirited student takes things to a new level (Siker/14) Loudly in the first half, Badgers student section chanted Students have been busy also creating signs. Many tributes from females for their favorite players before Valentines Day (Siker/14)

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