Michigan will hang another banner in Ann Arbor.
And for the second straight year, John Beilein's basketball team will enter the NCAA tournament with a blaze of momentum.
Moritz Wagner had 17 points and Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman added 15 points as the Wolverines ran through Purdue on Sunday at Madison Square Garden, 75-66, to capture their second straight Big Ten tournament title.
Wagner was named the tournament's most outstanding player.
The Wolverines (28-7) followed up their stunning 2017 Big Ten tournament run with another four wins in four days performance here in New York City and have now won nine straight.
Michigan will now take the week off before finding out its NCAA tournament seed next Sunday.
Michigan had to dig into its bench early in this one and it paid off as backup sophomore center Jon Teske put together his best stretch of the season with 12 points in 10 minutes against Purdue center Isaac Haas to help the Wolverines push to a five-point lead at the break.
As it did Saturday against Michigan State, Michigan came out firing to start the second half, finding an eight-point edge after a triple from Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman. Two minutes later, Simpson made it 11 with another 3-pointer to make it 48-37 Wolverines with 15:52 to play.
Every time Purdue made a push, Michigan responded with a hammer.
Dakota Mathias got things back to eight, but Wagner answered with a triple. He hit another one in the corner one trip later to swell the lead to 14 with 12:07 left.
The final blow came six minutes later when Teske slammed home a dunk through Haas to make it 66-48.
Michigan made things interesting with foul shooting adventures late, but still found a way to cut down the nets.
Michigan needed more rest for Wagner on Sunday with the task of checking 7-foot-2 Haas being a load inside. Teske had put together just two double-digit scoring days this season.
The 7-foot sophomore from Ohio had 12 in the first half and basically went blow-for-blow with Haas inside. His defense was solid, he stepped out and hit jumpers and finished at the rim.
It was Teske's best performance of his career and when he left the game late in the second half, the Madison Square Garden crowd was chanting his name.
Simpson took on all comers this week defensively and didn't disappoint. One day after shutting down MSU's Cassius Winston, Simpson drew Purdue star point guard Carsen Edwards.
Edwards had 53 combined points in wins over Rutgers and Penn State this week at the Big Ten Tournament.
On Sunday he was 4 of 16 from the floor for 12 points.
And after Purdue had cut the lead down to seven in the final minute, Edwards drove to try Simpson one more time. And one more time he was stopped to seal Michigan's win.
Michigan moved to 8-0 in the last two Big Ten Tournaments with Sunday's victory and John Beilein is now 13-3 at this event since 2014.
This will be the fifth banner Michigan has hung during Beilein's run, as the 2018 Big Ten Tournament title banner will join Michigan's 2011 and 2014 Big Ten regular season titles, along with last year's Big Ten Tournament crown and the 2013 Final Four.
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