Michigan Men's Basketball
BY TIM ROHAN
After the recent departures of Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims — the Wolverines two leading scorers last season — the Michigan basketball team was already in question for next season. But as Michigan coach John Beilein announced on June 30, the Wolverines are going to be missing another regular starter next year as well.
BY TIM ROHAN
The Michigan basketball team may be losing 54 percent of its offense with Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims leaving the program, but neither Harris nor Sims were among the 60 players drafted last Thursday night in the 2010 NBA Draft.
BY TIM ROHAN
The Manny Harris and DeShawn Sims era of Michigan basketball came to a close last month, and last night was their chance to say goodbye.
BY ANDY REID
I’ve been fairly surprised by the general level of hatred for the idea of a 96-team NCAA Tournament. In the midst of one of the craziest March Madnesses (would it be Madnessi? Not really sure on the pluralization here.) in recent memory, it comes out that Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany says expansion will probably happen, and people aren’t excited.
BY JOE STAPLETON AND NICOLE AUERBACH
Behind the “one more year” chorus calling for Manny Harris's return was a fear, a worry that maybe the basketball team would redefine the word ‘struggle’ without its star player. So, let’s discuss what Manny’s departure actually means.
BY DAILY BASKETBALL BEAT
Tune in here at 11 a.m. Monday for a liveblog of Manny Harris's press conference regarding whether or not he'll enter the NBA Draft.
BY NICOLE AUERBACH AND JOE STAPLETON
Junior Manny Harris announced Monday morning that he will not be returning to Michigan for his senior season.
• Liveblog Recap: Manny Harris Press Conference live Monday at 11 a.m.
Liveblog recap: Miami (Ohio) double OT goal dashes Michigan's Frozen Four hopes; Wolverines fall 3-2
BY MARK BURNS
We are here live inside the Allen War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Ind. for the NCAA Midwest regional finals. The Michigan hockey team is set to take on Miami (Ohio), with the winner receiving a berth in the Frozen Four in two weeks at Ford Field in Detroit.
BY NICOLE AUERBACH
Michigan guard Manny Harris told the Daily this afternoon that he will announce whether or not he's returning to the team on Monday.
BY RYAN KARTJE AND JACOB SMILOVITZ
After much laboring, crunching the numbers and analyzing this year's Cinderella potential, Managing Sports Editor Ryan Kartje and Editor in Chief Jacob Smilovitz have had enough arguing with each other and prepared what they believe is this year's golden NCAA March Madness bracket.