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Michigan Men's Basketball

Walton, McGary face former opposition against Texas

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

For Walker, though, the game against Michigan — a program that only recruited him late in his senior year — has little added significance.

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Men’s Basketball

Friends, Ping Pong and Mario Kart: off-day diversions

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

It’s a business trip, sure. But amidst the practicing and scouting and bathing and lifting and studying, it can’t all be about basketball.

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In the aftermath of victory, limelight shines on assistant coaches

Paul Sherman/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The assistant coaches were delegated as the scouts for the Wolverines’ game on Saturday — Meyer chosen to study Arizona State, while Jordan was assigned Texas.

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Men’s Basketball

Michigan defeats Wofford, advances to third round of NCAA Tournament

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BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Regardless of the lethargic pace to begin and encapsulate the first stanza and beginning of the second, the play of the No. 2-seed Wolverines proved good enough for them to gain a 14-point halftime lead and ultimately a 57-40 win in the second round of the NCAA Tournament over No. 15-seed Wofford in its lowest scoring game of the season.

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Michigan looks to maintain edge in NCAA opener vs. Wofford

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

For a team that plays its best when it has a source of motivation — a chip on its shoulder — the matchup against the Terriers seems to fall short of providing that.

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Bench bromance: McGary and Dakich dance their way into NCAA Tournament

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BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

The freshman guard Dakich, on the other hand, will likely never play a single minute of meaningful basketball in his collegiate career. Despite playing just three minutes this month — each in the final moments of lopsided contests — his sideline celebrations have firmly established himself as Ann Arbor’s latest cult hero.

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An early glimpse of Michigan’s NCAA opponents

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY DANIEL FELDMAN

Though it’s too early to start going through every possible scenario Michigan (15-3 Big Ten, 25-8 overall) could encounter in its attempt to make it back to the Final Four, the Daily looks at the possible matchups this weekend.

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Michigan assigned No. 2 seed, draws Wofford in Milwaukee

Patrick Barron/Daily

BY NEAL ROTHSCHILD

The Wolverines are in the Midwest regional, and should they advance from the second and third rounds, they’d find themselves right back in Indianapolis, and potentially against some familiar foes.

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Loss propels Michigan into Tournament

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY SIMON KAUFMAN

Sunday, like the Sunday afternoon in Ames, Michigan again watched as its opponent celebrated on the court. This time, it was the Spartans following their Big Ten Tournament championship win.

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Men’s Basketball

Wolverines drop conference title to Spartans, squander No. 1 seed

Teresa Mathew/Daily

BY DANIEL WASSERMAN

After opening the second half trailing by nine, the Wolverines failed to cut the deficit to single digits, struggling on both offense and defense while rotating through their pair of foul-troubled forwards.

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