Moe Wagner reacts to Jordan Poole's block/three sequence. [James Coller/MGoBlog]
Things you need to know from this game:
Wilton Speight announced he'll grad-transfer during the second half.
Four Wolverines scored in double figures, led by Moe Wagner with 21.
Eli Brooks finally got some production out of the point guard position, scoring eight on 3-for-6 shooting (2-for-4 3P) and handing out a couple assists in 18 minutes.
Charles Matthews dished out 12 assists. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman, meanwhile, had his sixth straight game with at least four assists (five) and recorded only his second turnover of the season.
There was a 7:30 stretch in the first half during which UC Riverside went 0-for-9 from the field with seven turnovers.
Jordan Poole did this:
That's worth another look:
Oh, twist my arm, here's another reaction shot:
Further takeaways from this game will come in a more comprehensive Basketbullets on Tuesday.
[Hit THE JUMP for the box score.]