Men's Basketball

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Speaking to reporters on Saturday, Eli Brooks recognized that the Michigan men’s basketball team needed to “take the next step” in terms of its 3-point defense. 

Mike Smith's cemented his quick transition to the Big Ten against Maryland.

In Thursday’s resounding victory over Maryland, freshman center Hunter Dickinson again stole the headlines with an overpowering 26-point, 11-rebound performance.

Hunter Dickinson led a balanced offensive surge against Maryland.

As the second half played out and Michigan’s offense continued to click on all cylinders, Maryland threw everything but the kitchen sink at the Wolverines in hopes to stall them. 

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After 12 days off, the No. 19 Michigan men’s basketball team took the floor on Christmas Day to face off against Nebraska.

The Wolverines barely looked like they had lost a step.

With a little more aggression, sophomore forward Franz Wagner could be the Wolverines' key as they continue to march through their Big Ten slate.

Through six games, the Michigan men’s basketball team has run its offense through freshman center Hunter Dickinson. But he can't do it alone. 

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After going undefeated in non-conference play, the Michigan men’s basketball team knew that a grueling, competitive conference slate loomed on the horizon. 

In their Big Ten opener, the Wolverines survived their first test. 

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Hunter Dickinson’s stretch coming off the bench has reached its end. 

Michigan brushed past Toledo with just 36 hours of preparation.

It may only be Dec. 9, but the past three days amounted to a taste of March Madness for the Michigan men’s basketball team. 

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As part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the Michigan men’s basketball team was scheduled to play NC State at Crisler Center on Wednesday night. Due to COVID-19 concerns within the Wolfpack’s program, though, the game was canceled, and Toledo filled in on two days’ notice.

Michigan's game against NC State on Wednesday was canceled due to COVID-19 cases in the Wolfpack's program.

The Michigan men’s basketball team will instead play Toledo on Dec. 9 at 6 PM at Crisler Center, replacing the matchup with NC State. Toledo is 3-2 on the season so far and expected to be one of the top teams in the MAC.