EAST LANSING, Mich. -- He was touted as the key to the Wolverines' hopes for a postseason run in 2012. He was the big name that Michigan coach John Beilein brought in two years ago. He was a player fans feared might leave after this season if he were too successful.
But on Sunday sophomore guard Tim Hardaway Jr. was none of those.
In a 64-54 loss at the hands of No. 10 Michigan State, Hardaway Jr. scored just four points and shot 1-for-10 from the field, his lowest scoring output this ...
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