Michigan Basketball: 3 things we learned against Arizona

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3. Hunter Dickinson needs to get the ball more

Michigan’s offense this year for a lack of a better term has been garbage. The Wolverines look out of sync and confused half the time and never can get penetration, or hit any shots from past the 3 for that matter. (unless your Eli Brooks)

The one consistency this team has is Hunter Dickinson in the paint. There are not many things in this world that are more automatic than Dickinson down low.

Juwan needs to force the ball to him at all costs to get the offense going, because when he’s knocking down shots and dunking the offense starts to open up more.

I understand that they try and do it, but at the wrong times. They’ll throw it down low to Dickinson when there are two guys on him rather than when they get a mismatch on a pick and roll with a guard or small forward trying to guard him.

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It’s genuinely Hunter Dickinson’s world and we’re just living in it, so why not give him more touches and play him more. While he did not have his best game Sunday, he was one of the few players that showed genuine effort.