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Michigan Men's Basketball

After 19 years, still the same John Beilein

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Through the years, the players have changed, the opponents have changed and the scheme has changed. But one thing remains constant: It’s the same John Beilein.

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After sitting out a year, Robinson ready to contribute for Michigan

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

After transferring from Williams College to Michigan in late August, the sophomore guard had to mentally and physically prepare for life at the Division I level.

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NBA Draft speculation remains for LeVert

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

With the NBA Draft early entry eligibility deadline quickly approaching on April 26, the junior guard is still deliberating and evaluating all the available information he can get before making up his mind.

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With one successful surgery, Albrecht considers a second while recovering

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BY MAX BULTMAN

Albrecht had surgery on his right hip last week after playing with a fractured bone and torn labrum for most of the season.

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Co-MVPs Albrecht, Irvin among award winners at banquet

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BY JAKE LOURIM

Junior guard Spike Albrecht and sophomore forward Zak Irvin were honored as the men’s basketball team’s Bill Buntin Most Valuable Players on Wednesday at the annual awards banquet.

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Men's Basketball

Albrecht to miss 4-5 months after surgery

BY MAX BULTMAN

Spike Albrecht has undergone surgery on his right hip, the Michigan men’s basketball announced Wednesday. Albrecht had his surgery at the University Hospital, and will require four to five months of rehab.

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Michigan receives 2015 commitment from German forward Moritz Wagner

BY LEV FACHER

Michigan has received its first Class of 2015 men’s basketball commitment from Moritz Wagner, a 6-foot-10 power forward from Berlin, Germany.

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SportsMonday Column

SportsMonday Column: The things you don’t hear in Michigan athletics

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BY GREG GARNO

Never before has there been a year as unpredictable and unflattering in Michigan athletics.

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Men's Basketball

Wolverines left out of NIT field, ending season

BY LEV FACHER

After a 16-16 finish, the Wolverines failed to secure an NIT bid Sunday night, getting beaten out for at-large bids by teams like Alabama, George Washington and Arizona State.

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Breaking down Michigan's NIT chances

BY JAKE LOURIM

The Wolverines fell out of the Big Ten Tournament on Friday but left the door open for a possible NIT berth when the bracket is announced at 8:30 Sunday night.

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