Michigan's Moritz Wagner (13) chases the loose ball during the second half in the semifinals of the Final Four NCAA college basketball tournament against Loyola-Chicago, Saturday, March 31, 2018, in San Antonio. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
Michigan big man Moritz Wagner did some damage off the court, too.
Wagner had 24 points and 15 rebounds in helping Michigan to a 69-57 victory over Loyola Chicago in the opening game of the Final Four.
He also trampled over the table of CBS announcers Jim Nantz and Bill Raftery while trying to save a ball on the elevated court in the final minutes of the Wolverines’ victory. Moritz attempted to avoid the television monitors on the table, but inadvertently bent Raftery’s glasses at the bridge as he tiptoed on the table.
There were no hard feelings, though, as Moritz high-fived and shared a laugh with Nantz and Raftery as he made his way back onto the court.
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