Men's Basketball

(From left to right) Assistant coaches LaVall Jordan, Bacari Alexander and Jeff Meyer have been with John Beilein for the past six seasons, but any of them could take a head coaching job this offseason.

Beilein acknowledged Wednesday that at least one of his assistants has received interest from other schools for their head coaching positions.

Jordan Morgan is back in the U.S. playing in the NBA Developmental League after two years in Europe.

Morgan and Horford are now teammates on the Canton Charge of the NBA Developmental League.

John Beilein eventually allowed Spike Albrecht to transfer to any school, even in the Big Ten, after taking heated criticism last week.

Sophomore forward Ricky Doyle has been granted release from the Michigan basketball team and will transfer, the team announced Tuesday afternoon. 
Spike Albrecht missed most of this season with hip injuries, but he will transfer and play next season elsewhere.

Albrecht has been granted his release from Michigan and said he's "open to anything" as he looks into options for transferring to play elsewhere next season.

Michigan men’s basketball sophomore forward Aubrey Dawkins is following his father, Johnny Dawkins, to Central Florida. Michigan announced on Wednesday that Dawkins will transfer to Central Florida next season.

The surgery’s timetable has LeVert beginning rehabilitation in six weeks and recovering fully by summer.

Moritz Wagner showed flashes of impressive play in Michigan's brief postseason run.

It makes sense that it’s Wagner who has changed Michigan’s team dynamic down the stretch. This type of unbridled enthusiasm and energy is Wagner’s specialty.

Derrick Walton Jr. will return next season as a senior starter, an essential component of most Sweet 16 teams.

Sometimes it’s easy to forget the impact that seniors and juniors have on college basketball.

The starters of the Michigan basketball team huddle just before the beginning of the game against Notre Dame in the NCAA tournament in the Barclays Center in New York City, NY. Michigan lost 70-63.

For 20 minutes, on the big stage, under the bright lights, Michigan put on a show. But now, the lights are out, and the show is over.