Michigan’s Tim Hardaway nailed five three-pointers in win against South Dakota State (Getty Images).

Two decades ago, former NBA star Tim Hardaway drained a three-pointer during a commercial and looked in the camera to say, “I got skills.”

On Thursday, Hardaway’s son showed off those inherited skills by putting on a clinic from behind the arc during Michigan’s 71-56 win against 13th-seeded South Dakota State. The junior guard led the fourth-seeded Wolverines with 21 points on 5-of-7 shooting from three-point land.

Coincidentally, Michigan’s other NBA son, Glenn Robinson III, poured in 21 points, including three three-pointers.

Their effort made up for a sub-par night from Trey Burke, who went just 2 of 12 with six points, a season low, and was briefly sidelined after hitting his head.

The Wolverines advance to face the winner of Friday’s matchup between VCU and Akron.

 

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