Illinois approached the end of its long-term misery against the men's basketball team at the University of Wisconsin. The highest 18 points for the 22 Badgers, who continue their winning streak over Illinois to 15 matches with a 64-58 win on Monday night at the Kohl Center.
Iverson, Senior Forward, added 16 points, nine rebounds, two thefts, and an important block to help UW (18-8, 10-5 Big Ten) make two losing streaks and tie in with Maryland for fourth in the conference.
A Wisconsin Basketball team, ranked in Wisconsin, defeated the men in Illinois who struggle with Illinois, 64-58, on Monday night in downtown Kol in Madison.
The Barlowers won despite the night's absence from senior center Eaton Happ, who finished six points, three rebounds and three turns and was pressed down along a nearby game. and UW also received key contributions from secondary school lecturer Mitrik Trice, secondary schoolteacher Nate Reuvers and junior guard Brevin Pritzl.
Senior Aaron Jordan and freshman Georgi Bejanshvili added 12 points and 10 points respectively to Illinois who did not defeat UW on January 2, 2011
The Badgers 47:41 after Davinson scored with the rest 7:47.
But Bejanshvili scored and second-tier Trent Fraser received a lucky 3-arrow jump to pull Illinois into one. throws over two holdings to stretch the UW bar to 51-46, Dosunmu produced a 3-arrow and three-point game over the span of three items to tie him to 52 with 4:06 remaining.
Davison scored along the jamper and after a massive block from Iverson to Bezhanishvili, he re-entered the transition to give UW 56-52 lead.
After Illini pulled within 58-56 on a basket of Andres Feliz, Davis made two free kicks with 57.3 seconds left to restore UW's
After Dosunmu made two free kicks to make 60-58, UW was working on the clock and Pritzl missed a 3-arrow from the right wing. But Reuvers was there for the retirement, giving Badgers 62-58 Lead with 22.9 seconds left.
Iverson stole a pass for incoming, was dirty and made a free kick to finish his big night. He finished one point to achieve high levels of career and a rebound after his first double double career.
UW shot 32.1% in the first half and had to come up to reach this figure after dropping 14 of the first 17 shots
The badger had six points in his first 19 holdings, with five rounds in this section.
However, the defense kept UW in the game. Illinois's shot was not much better (34.6%), and Illini went into the break just one point after Iverson beat the bell with a thundering dip after missing out on Happ.
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