The weary Wolverines won’t be getting much time for rest and recovery this week.
Four years ago, John Beilein took a chance on Spike Albrecht. It worked out well for both.
This team has no shortage of depth.
For most high school basketball players with Division I aspirations, college decisions are made long before May of senior year.
The event was followed by a chance to take selfies with players and Michigan coach John Beilein.
Versatility is both a blessing and a curse for Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein, who’s spending much of the 2015-16 preseason teaching a crop of underclassman big men both the power forward and center positions.
At one point during a somewhat zany practice on Thursday, Michigan men’s basketball coach John Beilein was doing push-ups with assistant coaches LaVall Jordan and Jeff Meyer at centercourt.
After barely escaping with a .500 record and missing the postseason for the first time since 2010, the Michigan men’s basketball team likely views last season as a year to forget.
Bielfeldt transferred from Michigan to Indiana following his senior season with the Wolverines in 2014-15.
Zak Irvin (back) and Spike Albrecht (hips) are both recovering from offseason surgeries.