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Michigan Men's Basketball

Michigan looks to get past last season, starts with SVSU

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BY ZAK PYZIK

The exhibition tonight at 7 p.m. against Saginaw Valley State marks the Wolverines' first game since that heartbreak loss. The game is not a do or die elimination round in the Big Ten Tournament. And the Cardinals are not the caliber of Ohio State.

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Big Ten Basketball Preview: The Bottom Five

BY ZAK PYZIK

The Daily basketball beat breaks down the strengths and weaknesses of the remaining Big Ten teams.

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Big Ten Basketball Preview: The Contenders

BY ZAK PYZIK

The basketball season is right around the corner and the Big Ten — like last year — seems to be the deepest and most competitive conference in the nation. It boasts four teams in the AP Top 25, and two more that received votes. Michigan will look to garner wins in a conference in which nearly anyone can come out on top this year. (Perhaps anyone's but the Wolverines').

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Bulked-up Blake McLimans ready for Big Ten spotlight

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BY LUKE PASCH

Take one look at Michigan’s depth chart, specifically the big men down low, and try not to shudder.

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Ben Estes: Expectations should be low, but have faith in Beilein

BY BEN ESTES

Everyone has the same question for the Wolverines as they are set to embark on what almost promises to be a rough year: how is Michigan, which lost its two best players, supposed to outperform last year’s disappointing 15-17 team?

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Notebook: Beilein's scheme scares Big Ten foes

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BY ZAK PYZIK

CHICAGO – It was no secret at Big Ten basketball media day that Michigan is expected to be at the bottom of the pack. Coaches and players from opposing teams said time and time again that the Wolverines are rebuilding. Even Michigan coach John Beilein acknowledged that the Wolverines have easily the youngest roster in the conference.

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Notebook: Wolverines return from European tour

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

The Michigan men’s basketball team will seem a little bit older when it takes the court at Crisler Arena for the first game of the season, thanks to its European basketball tour.

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Wolverines overseas: Blue preps to face professional Belgian teams

Marissa McClain/Daily

BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

On Saturday Aug. 21, the Wolverines will arrive in Belgium and have very little time to acclimate themselves as they take the court against Ghent at 4 p.m. (10 a.m. EST) on Sunday.

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Notebook: Wolverines prepare for trip to Europe

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BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

The Michigan men’s basketball team has just over two weeks before it will face its first set of tests this season — four professional Belgian basketball teams.

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Wolverines hope newly-added assistant coaches will foster a winning environment

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BY CHANTEL JENNINGS

After the Michigan men's basketball team's mediocre 15-17 record this past season, coach John Beilein recently added two new assistant coaches to assist second-year assistant coach, Jeff Meyer.

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