A 63-60 loss to Michigan State ended Wisconsin’s Big Ten Tournament run after two games. It was still an competitive game from the Badgers against the tournament’s No. 1 seed after a win over Maryland on Thursday.
Greg Gard’s Wisconsin team probably needed everything to go right to beat Michigan State, and Khalil Iverson did his part early on. Khalil Iverson’s beautiful reverse dunk on a fast-break alley-oop was part of fun start for the Badgers.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) March 2, 2018
Iverson provided Wisconsin’s final highlight on Thursday in a win over Maryland, as his steal with five seconds left in the game robbed the Terps of an opportunity at a game-tying three and clinched the win for the Badgers.
— Big Ten Network (@BigTenNetwork) March 1, 2018
He had 11 points in that first game and 10 in the second. This alley-oop didn’t have nearly the effect on the final outcome of the game that his steal did a night prior, but it was a fun moment all the same.