Wisconsin Game Box Score MVG: Michael Frazier II

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    Michael Frazier II continues his strong start to the season, leading the Gators in a tough 53-59 road loss to the #20 ranked Wisconsin Badgers. Michael led the Gators in scoring with 20 points, contributed 2 steals and didn't commit a turnover to earn 75 value credits. Will Yeguete was another bright spot scoring 8 points on 3-3 shooting from the field, 2-2 from the line, adding 2 steals and no turnovers for a value sore of 55. No other Gator scored above 40 value credits in the game. Casey Prather committed 5 turnovers which undermined his positive contributions in other areas.
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    The low score is typical in a game with the plodding style of the defensive minded Badgers. Overall, the Gator team was outrebounded by 3 and had a poor assist to turnover ratio of 7/11. Their perimeter defensive woes continue as the Badgers shot 45% from the three-point line. Gator team free throw shooting was 58%. Given these stats, it's remarkable the Gators were in the game until the end.

    Box Score Value Leaders:
    Frazier II.........75
    Yeguete..........55

    Value Credits* are assigned as follows:
    +5 credits for each Steal and Assist
    +4 credits for each Point scored, Rebound and Block
    .-5 credits for each Turnover
    .-2 credits for each Field Goal Attempt
    .-1 credit for each Free Throw Attempt
    * Value Credits are based solely on Box Score data and do not reflect total game contributions by players

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    Wisconsin Game Official Box Score

    The Gators play UA Little Rock at home on Saturday, 16 November at 7:00 PM on ESPN.
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    Yeah, too bad so few Gators were both healthy and not suspended. I had Jake the Snake at 29 with 6 Rebs and a steal, and Patric Young at 37, and Casey Prather at 23. As you noted, Jason, considering the statistics, it was amazing, given the fact that with all the terrific scholarship players on this team "theoretically," that a walk-on played 21 minutes and tied for the lead in rebounds with Young, and it was amazing the Gators were in the Game at all. Clearly the team defense has improved, as Billy D noted.
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    Frazier's start bodes very well for this team as the season progresses and we get both healthy and closer to full strength. When you add in what Prather is showing early on things start to look a bit more rosy.
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    The guy that I thought had a game that surpassed the conventional wisdom expectations was Jacob Kurtz. He was solid on D and played way better than you would expect a former team manager to play in a Top 25 road game.
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    Jake the Snake, he is "Da Man!"

    Tied for the lead in rebounds in 21 minutes of playing time is no small feat.

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