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Game notes: Wisconsin 71, Minnesota 69

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That’s six wins in a row, baby!

Dan Sanger

Here are some fun facts, courtesy of the UW Athletic Department, on the suddenly streaking Wisconsin Badgers after their final stop of the 2020 Revenge Tour.

  • The Badgers are averaging 75.2 ppg during their six-game winning streak.
  • Wisconsin is 14-1 at the Kohl Center this season.
  • Greg Gard is one win away from 100 for his career.
  • UW has won 10 of its last 12 games against vs. Minnesota and Gard is 5-2 vs. the Gophers.
  • Wisconsin committed just five turnovers, its 16th consecutive game with 11 or fewer giveaways.
  • Wisconsin finished with six blocks, matching its Big Ten season high.
  • Junior G Brad Davison finished with 20 points on 6-for-13 shooting from the floor. He is averaging 16.8 points over the last five games. He also pulled down seven rebounds and matched his season high with five assists.
  • Davison is shooting a Big Ten-leading 88.4% from the stripe on the season.
  • Junior F Micah Potter tallied 10 points on 2-for-4 shooting from three-point range in 20 minutes of action and is shooting a league-leading 48.8% from beyond the arc during Big Ten play. Potter also matched his career high with three blocks and grabbed six rebounds.
  • Junior G D’Mitrik Trice finished with six assists and had a single turnover, giving him at least five assists in eight of the last nine games. Trice has 54 assists against 15 turnovers (3.6 ratio) during that nine-game stretch.
  • Trice now has 298 assists for his career, passing Devin Harris (2002-04) and Bronson Koenig (2014-17) to move into 11th on UW’s all-time assists list. His career assist-to-turnover ratio of 2.04 ranks No. 5 in UW history.
  • Trice hit a three-pointer that was the 180th of his career, matching Jordan Taylor (2009-12) for No. 9 on UW’s career three-point field goal list.
  • Senior G Brevin Pritzl scored 15 points on 2-for-4 shooting from three-point range and pulled down three rebounds.