MBB: Wednesday Wrap Up

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#7/8 MICHIGAN STATE def. MINNESOTA, 60-53
Durrell Summers has the potential to be Michigan State's best player.

When the Spartans needed him most against Minnesota, he delivered.

Summers scored all but one of his 13 points during a sluggish first half to help Michigan State (No. 8 ESPN/USA Today, No. 7 AP) beat the Golden Gophers 60-53 on Wednesday night.

His slam put the Spartans ahead for good with 4:23 left in the first half and he had a block, rebound and layup over the next 40 seconds.

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#13/16 WISCONSIN def. NORTHWESTERN, 60-50
Trevon Hughes' teammates told him to keep shooting. Luckily for Wisconsin (No. 16 ESPN/USA Today, No. 13 AP) he did just that.

Hughes missed his five 3-point attempts during a ragged offensive night but in the final seven minutes he hit 4 of 5 and led the Badgers to a 60-50 victory over Northwestern.

"If it weren't for them, I don't think I'd taken another shot" Hughes said.

"It felt great leaving my fingers the whole time. Every time I shot the ball it felt good. The release was good. It just wasn't falling. Keep shooting. That's what my teammates kept telling me and the next thing you know, I made like two or three in a row."

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