Michigan Basketball: 3 things to watch vs Nebraska

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3. Will turnovers continue to be an issue for the Wolverines?

I completely sound like a broken record when I say this for just about every pre-game article, but it has been such a nagging problem that it’s too important to not talk about it.

While Michigan basketball did blow out San Diego State, the Wolverines had double-digit turnovers once again. Michigan has had double-digit turnovers in every game this season, exceeding 20+ turnovers multiple times.

We’ve discussed this in great depth plenty of times, and we know the root of the problem, so surely Juwan knows too? — I believe he does.

Juwan making a switch at the point with Frankie Collins proved to be a good change, and a cleaner change in regards to turnovers for the Wolverines as well.

That being said, we most likely will not see Frankie Collins start tonight against the Huskers, however, we could see his role greatly increase throughout the duration of this game, and the season as a whole. Hopefully, we do not have to talk about turnovers again when it comes to Michigan Basketball, but it truly needs to be improved upon.

Next. 3 Predictions for Michigan vs Nebraska. dark

While I have faith that Juwan Howard can fix this issue I have yet to see any signs of improvement from Michigan. Nebraska will capitalize on almost every scoring opportunity that’s given as they are averaging nearly 8 more points per game (77.1) than the Wolverines.