Here is my quick and non-expert breakdown.
Possession 1: Decent ball movement, but no good looks. GRIII takes a contested jumpshot that is off mark. Bad
Possession 2: Stagnant offense. Never once had the ball inside the paint, yet used all 35 seconds of the shot clock resulting in a rushed, contested, jumpshot as the shot clock expired. Morgan does get the offensive board, but misses the put back. Bad
Possession 3: Stauskas hits a fade-a-way 3pt shot. The shot was made, because Stauskas is Stauskas, but I don’t think it was good offensive execution or a good shoot. Push
Possession 4: GRIII gets a nice open look off the in-bounds, but just misses the shot. He follows the shot, gets the rebound and the layup. Good
Possession 5: GRIII tries to back down his man and then takes a contested turn-around jumpshot and misses. Bad
Possession 6: The ball never makes it inside the 3pt arch. Stauskas shoots a contested 3 three feet behind the 3pt line. Bad
Possession 7: LeVert takes a bad 3 but is bailed out by an offensive rebound. Michigan resets and a good shot opens up for Walton who misses. Push
Possession 8: Zak Irvin hits an open three. Good
Possession 9: Turnover. Bad
Possession 10: Walton gets to the rim. I think he kind of forced the layup, but he did have a open look. Good
Possession 11: Turnover. Bad
Possession 12: LeVert gets to the rim and makes a nice layup. Good
Possession 13: Horford takes a shot from the top of the key. I don’t like that shot for Horford, so I don’t consider it a good possession. I won’t call it a bad one, though. Push
Those are all of the possessions of the first 10 minutes, where Michigan was sitting at only 10 points. In my opinion, there were 6 bad possessions… 4 good possessions… 3 push possessions. In the first 10 minutes, Michigan scored .769 points per possession which is lower than any team in NCAA Division 1 Basketball averages. I consider that terrible and it was terrible because of a combination of taking bad shots, missing some good shots, and turnovers.