Dekker did well early but the team is simply not the same with him on the floor defensively. It's pointless to even argue the point. And then late, he ended 5 of the last 9 offensive possessions for the Badgers and they scored 2 points.
I love the kid, but there are your extended minutes. Yes, it's Michigan, but this is and always has been a team approach at UW. One guy, even as good as SD, isn't going to single-handedly change the offense enough to short-circuit what works.
Evans and Bruiser are what they are. Extremely limited offensively with almost 0 polish. Defense and boards at least they are good at. Berrgren,they just need a lot more offensive production from him. He has been an overall disappointment.