Men's Basketball

A decision on the college basketball season will come by mid-September.

The NCAA has developed several contingency plans for alternative schedules for Division I basketball, Senior Vice President of Basketball Dan Gavitt said in a statement Monday.

Michigan will not play Oregon as currently scheduled.

The Big Ten wasn’t the only Power Five conference to postpone fall sports.

Isaiah Livers announced his decision to remain a Wolverine Friday.

After a tumultuous offseason for the Michigan men’s basketball team, the final part of its 2020-21 roster has been set.

Guard Nojel Eastern announced credit transfer issue will prevent him from becoming Wolverine.

For the Michigan men’s basketball team, Wednesday delivered yet another hiccup in an already bumpy offseason.

Just a month after his surprise commitment to the Wolverines, Purdue transfer guard Nojel Eastern announced that he will no longer be heading to Ann Arbor.

Chaundee Brown transferred to Michigan, filling its last remaining scholarship slot for 2020-21

Just over three weeks ago, it appeared the recruitment of Wake Forest transfer Chaundee Brown was winding down when he released a final group of suitors that included Gonzaga, Illinois, LSU and Iowa State on Apr. 25.

Nojel Eastern transferred to Michigan Thursday, after two years at Purdue.

Nojel Eastern announced his decision to transfer to Michigan Thursday via twitter.

Cole Bajema entered his name into the transfer portal on Tuesday.

After one season, freshman guard Cole Bajema is potentially departing Ann Arbor having submitted his name to the transfer portal, a program spokesperson confirmed to The Daily.

Adrian Nunez on the offensive side of the court

Sophomore guard Adrien Nunez works to find a larger role in this upcoming season by improving on his past struggles and believing in his own ability.

Franz Wagner will return for his sophomore season.

After emerging as Michigan’s most reliable offensive player down the stretch, freshman wing Franz Wagner will put off the NBA Draft and return for his sophomore season, according to a program release.

Michigan lost out on Isaiah Todd's commitment Tuesday morning.

With the NCAA’s spring signing period set to begin tomorrow, one of the Michigan men’s basketball team’s longtime verbal pledges won’t be signing the dotted line.

According to a report from Sports Illustrated, five-star power forward Isaiah Todd will instead pursue a season of professional basketball before embarking on his NBA career. The report confirms he plans to hire an agent.