Basketball

Freshman forward Brandon Johns came to Michigan as a four-star recruit.

At the Michigan men’s basketball team’s first media availability of the season, John Beilein told reporters that his team needed “two or three” freshmen to work their way into a rotation depleted by graduation and NBA departures. Forwards Ignas Brazdeikis and Brandon Johns came in as highly-touted four-star recruits, widely expected to contribute immediately, but Beilein would only commit to Brazdeikis.

Junior center Jon Teske is looking to replace Moe Wagner at the 3-point line this season.

With Moe Wagner now gone to the NBA, Teske, who played just three minutes in that game in San Antonio, moves to center stage.

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After almost fifteen years of being Michigan’s star-crossed lover, Chris Webber is finally coming home.

Rising senior Charles Matthews has decided to skip the NBA Draft and return to Michigan for his final season

Charles Matthews announced Wednesday afternoon he has withdrawn his name from NBA Draft consideration and will be returning to Michigan for another season.

In his first season on the job, Beilein's squad limped to a 10-22 record.

Michigan coach John Beilein has built a program from the ground up, and now all that's left to do is win a national championship.

Freshman guard Jordan Poole and his team had a successful season despite the unsuccessful end.

Michigan lost 79-62 in an anti-climactic ending to a season that was anything but.

The Michigan men's basketball team has learned a lot from its losses, and those lessons have helped it get this far.

Michigan has gotten to this point in the season thanks to lessons learned from its losses.

Freshman guard Jordan Poole showed uncanny leadership at halftime of Michigan's win over Loyola.

Down seven at halftime, Jordan Poole showed leadership and optimism to convince Michigan it could get back into the game.

The Michigan men's basketball team is one full of underdogs, but now the wolverines are favored against Loyola.

Michigan's roster doesn't have the makings to be a true Goliath, and Loyola is too talented to be a true David.

Assistant coach Luke Yaklich compiled a 6-1 record against Loyola-Chicago in his time at Illinois State.

The Daily broke down game tape from Loyola-Chicago’s Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight wins over Nevada and Kansas State, respectively, to evaluate the non-religious challenges the Ramblers may present ahead of Michigan’s Final Four clash.