Basketball

Michigan will face Indiana again Friday at noon in Indianapolis.

Michigan will get the chance to face the Big Ten champion Hoosiers in Indianapolis in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals with the team’s postseason fate hanging in the balance.

John Beilein's team is reeling heading into the Big Ten Tournament, having lost four of five games.

Enter Donald Trump, future Michigan basketball coach.

Duncan Robinson finds himself in a 3-point shooting slump heading into Sunday's game at Maryland.

The Wolverines will try to duplicate their Jan. 12 upset of then-No. 3 Maryland at Crisler Center.

Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman found himself in foul trouble Tuesday at Ohio State.

For a team that gives 15.7 fouls per game — the eighth-fewest in the country — 14 in one half Tuesday at Ohio State was unusual.

Jae'Sean Tate and Caris LeVert outdating their collegiate rivalry.

The Daily sat down with Tate at Big Ten Media Day in October to discuss former high school teammate and current rival Caris LeVert, the unknown potential for a young Ohio State team and Tate’s expected contribution as a team leader.

Senior guard Caris LeVert returned from injury to play against Purdue at the Crisler Center on Saturday. Michigan won 61-56.

Though LeVert missed his only shot attempt and played just 11 minutes, he was able to grab five boards.

John Beilein's team is in the NCAA Tournament field for now, but needs more wins to lock up a bid.

As a projected No. 9 seed in ESPN.com’s Bracketology, the Wolverines aren’t on the bubble, per se, but it’s difficult to label them as safe.

Michigan and Michigan State will meet only one time in the 2015-16 season.

The Daily sat down with Michigan State forward Matt Costello at Big Ten Media Day in October to chat about the in-state rivalry, Crisler Center’s environment and the picture of Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh wearing an Izzone t-shirt.

Derrick Walton Jr. is Michigan's only scholarship player from the state of Michigan.

In-state status may be fueling Michigan State on Saturday, but it certainly won’t be Michigan's main source of energy.

With Caris LeVert still sidelined with a lower left leg injury, the Michigan men’s basketball team searched hard for a winning combination against No. 16 Iowa on Sunday.