Men's Basketball

The Wolverines will return to New York for the fifth straight season.

The schedule includes stronger competition than last season's non-conference matchups.

LeVert led the Wolverines in scoring and rebounds in his final two seasons.

LeVert played just 33 games in his final two seasons at Michigan.

After losing four players as transfers this offseason, the Michigan men’s basketball team finally has some movement in the other direction.

John Beilein says Michigan will have one more major non-conference opponent.

The Wolverines have two open scholarships for the upcoming season.

John Beilein will have some new faces next to him on the bench this year.

After losing two assistant coaches to head coaching jobs, the Michigan men’s basketball team’s coaching staff makeover is underway.

Kam Chatman struggled with his 3-point shot, shooting under 30 percent both years.

Chatman struggled to find consistent playing time during his two years at Michigan.

Spike Albrecht was a reliable back-up point guard for Michigan.

In October at Big Ten Basketball Media Day, Purdue coach Matt Painter told the Daily he recruited point guard P.J. Thompson because he was a similar player to then-Michigan senior guard Spike Albrecht.

Now, next fall, Painter will get the real thing.

Bacari Alexander is leaving Michigan after spending six years as an assistant coach for the Wolverines.

Alexander worked primarily with Michigan's post players during his time as assistant coach.

Caris LeVert will not be able to participate in the NBA combine after having surgery on his left foot

Asked on Wednesday before the team’s postseason banquet if he had discussed the possibility of Spike Albrecht returning to Michigan, John Beilein said the two had talked, but didn’t indicate any sort of decision.

LaVall Jordan will be the next coach of Wisconsin-Milwaukee next season.

The move “26 inches over,” from the assistant coach to the head coach’s seat, has changed Jordan’s perspective ever since he accepted the head-coaching position at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee last week.

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