Men's Basketball

Sophomore forward Colin Castleton entered the transfer portal Wednesday.

Michigan forward Colin Castleton has entered the transfer portal, per multiple reports, putting an end to his two-year tenure in Ann Arbor.

Michigan now has 12 of 13 scholarship slots filled for next season.

In a calculated move, Howard’s walk-on status brings the Wolverines’ current scholarship count down to 12 for next season. The decision leaves the door open for Michigan to add one of the four prospects it continues to recruit, with Bryce Aiken set to announce his college choice on Thursday and Christopher expected to follow suit on Monday.

David DeJulius' transfer will open up more opportunity for Eli Brooks and other Michigan guards.

As for now though, his exit means rising senior Eli Brooks will have to shoulder much of the burden, both from an offensive and leadership perspective. Brooks started alongside Simpson at the ‘2’last season but served as the backup point guard the two years prior.

David DeJulius will transfer, according to a Michigan spokesperson.

Michigan guard David DeJulius plans to enter the transfer portal, according to a program spokesperson.

Junior forward Isaiah Livers declared for the NBA Draft on Monday.

On the heels of a season that saw Isaiah Livers earn an All-Big Ten honorable mention selection, the junior forward announced he will enter his name into the NBA Draft on Monday.

Junior forward Isaiah Livers faces a difficult NBA Draft decision in the next few weeks.

In the face of an unprecented NBA Draft season, two Michigan men’s basketball players are staring down the same difficult decision.

Senior point guard Zavier Simpson's career was cut short by the outbreak of COVID-19.

Ten days ago, the Michigan men’s basketball team was under the impression that they would be heading to their first-round site for the NCAA Basketball Tournament. However, their hopes came crashing down last Thursday when the NCAA announced that the tournament would be canceled.

In light of the end of the season, Daily sports reporter Daniel Dash takes a final look at the Wolverine's 2019-2020 season.

The NCAA cancelled March Madness on Thursday.

Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments have been canceled.

The move comes after a series of athletic cancellations, the least of which is the ‘U’s decision to cease all athletic events, including off-season practices and spring recruitment.

Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren made the decision to cancel the men's basketball tournament on Thursday.

When a wave of uncertainty about the severity of the spread of the virus reached his ears, Warren made the decision and called Michigan and Rutgers’ athletic directors Warde Manuel and Patrick Hobbs that their 12 o’clock game would not commence.

From there, the athletic directors told the head coaches, who then gave their team the news.

An empty Bankers Life Fieldhouse before the Big Ten Tournament was canceled on Thursday.

INDIANAPOLIS – The Big Ten conference announced today that it will cancel the remainder of the conference tournament in Indianapolis amid the global outbreak of the coronavirus; the tournament will not resume at a later date. The fate of the NCAA Tournament and selection thereto remains unclear.