Men's Basketball

The Michigan men's basketball team is off to a good start in March.

The Michigan women’s basketball, hockey and men’s basketball teams all played in the Big Ten Tournament over the weekend, and all three punched their tickets to the NCAA Tournament in the process.

Michigan beat Purdue, 75-66, to win its second consecutive Big Ten Tournament.

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Moritz Wagner stood with his arms in the air, facing the crowd behind the Michigan bench as the clock ran down.

John Beilein walked over smiling. The two embraced as the rest of the Wolverines mobbed them.

Junior forward Moritz Wagner will likely look for his 3-point shot against Purdue's switching defense.

In its matchup with Purdue, Michigan has the chance to win the Big Ten Tournament Championship against the only Big Ten team it hasn't beaten.

Michigan coach John Beilein beat Michigan State and Tom Izzo for the third-straight time Saturday.

Despite its less impressive roster, Michigan beat Michigan State for the third-straight time on Saturday.

Sophomore guard Zavier Simpson literally licked his fingers when he found out he would be matched up with Michigan State guard Cassius Winston.

Zavier Simpson isn't just a vastly improved basketball player, he's the alpha dog running the show.

Michigan in the semi-final game of the B1G Tournament against MSU at Madison Square Garden Saturday.

Michigan answered the call on Saturday, and now it has a chance to repeat as Big Ten Tournament Champions.

Junior forward Moritz Wagner says Michigan's first matchup with Michigan State doesn't matter anymore.

Michigan coach John Beilein wants his team to be like "the meanest pitbull (they've) ever seen."

Sophomore guard Zavier Simpson has earned a reputation among his teammates as a trash talker on the court.

Michigan talked about its trash talking after Friday's game.

Junior forward Moritz Wagner scored 20 points and corralled 13 rebounds in Michigan's win on Friday.

Moritz Wagner avenged his first game against Nebraska with Friday's performance.

Michigan in a game against Nebraska at Madison Square Garden Friday.

NEW YORK CITY, NY— With Isaiah Roby bustling to close out, Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rakhman stared down the hoop from the right corner, flicked his wrist and hit nothing but net.