U-M / Nicholls State Postgame: Caris LeVert

Caris LeVert reflects upon Michigan's 91-62 win victory over Nicholls State. LeVert's 24 total points were paced by 19 in the first half, the most by any U-M player in either half of a game this season. He tied a career high with eight field goals made, five of which were from behind the arc, marking a season high in that category.

U-M Junior Guard Caris LeVert

On Kameron Chatman's performance ... "We really told Kam to stay aggressive the whole time. Kam can shoot the basketball. He had been going through a bit of a cold spell, but he really shot the ball well today. Along with Ricky (Doyle); Ricky's been playing really well too."

On the difference on the floor without Derrick Walton Jr., who missed today's game with an injury ... "Spike's (Albrecht) a great point guard as well, so there's not a lot of difference out there. Spike really played a great game: 10 points, seven assists, zero turnovers. That's a really good game. There's not really much difference out there."

On Zak Irvin's growth ... "I think Zak's done a great job. I'm really expecting a lot out of him this year. He's been knocking down threes like he has, but he's also been rebounding, taking the ball to the basket, passing the ball better. I think he's really had a great season so far."

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