After a long layoff for final exams, the Wisconsin Badgers (1-1 Big Ten, 6-7 overall) refocused on the coming conference season as they walloped Green Bay (5-8) 81-60 at the Kohl Center Saturday evening. The result was never in doubt as UW raced out to a 25-9 lead, finding the bottom of the net on its first 10 shots to open the game. The Badgers were unstoppable in the lane, outscoring the Phoenix 46-14 in the paint as redshirt junior forward Ethan Happ, freshman guard Brad Davison and junior forward Khalil Iverson each scored in double digits.
After extended exhibition season, Wisconsin set to open regular season with win over South Carolina StateBy Thomas Valitin-Erwin | Nov. 9, 2017
After more than a quarter of a season’s worth of preseason exhibition games, the regular season has finally arrived for the Wisconsin men’s basketball team. A five-game tour of Australia and three more scrimmages have a young Badgers squad unusually prepared for its opening-night matchup with South Carolina State. “Since we had so many exhibitions, it doesn't really feel that different to me,” freshman guard Kobe King said.
'Hey, hey! Me!:' After departure of Zak Showalter freshman guard Brad Davison appears to be Wisconsin's latest pesky guardBy Thomas Valitin-Erwin | Nov. 8, 2017
Brad Davison stood just behind midcourt at the Badgers’ annual Red-White scrimmage, waiting for the ball.