Men's Basketball

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The soon-to-be junior forward led Germany with 16.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game as Germany finished seventh in the tournament.

Former Michigan guard Andrew Dakich will transfer to Ohio State.

Dakich, who appeared in 49 games with the Wolverines, will have one season of eligibility remaining for the Buckeyes.

Michigan men's basketball coach John Beilein.

The 13-game slate is highlighted by a trip to Hawaii for the Maui Invitational and games against North Carolina and UCLA.

Former Michigan guard Derrick Walton Jr. has made a positive impression in Summer League play with the Orlando Magic.

Over the course of the Orlando Summer League, which began July 1 and ends July 6, Walton has averaged 10 points and 3.5 assists in 20.8 minutes per game, while shooting 50 percent from behind the arc and 46.8 percent overall.

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Donlon, the former head coach at Wright State, spent one year with the Wolverines as an assistant coach.

D.J. Wilson was drafted by the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round of Thursday night's NBA Draft.

Wilson became Michigan's sixth first round pick since 2013, while Walton and Irvin will play in the Summer League with the Orlando Magic and Miami Heat, respectively.

The two big men formed a formidable tandem last season, as Wagner emerged as a potent offensive threat and Wilson as a powerful defensive force.

Sophmore forward Moritz Wagner and redshirt forward DJ Wilson both elevated their NBA Draft stock in the NCAA Tournament.

The process Wilson and Wagner will be going through the next couple months is just as new to Beilein as it is to his two players.

Michigan men's basketball coach John Beilein.

The Daily breaks down all of Michigan’s roster movement so far this offseason and potential moves the Wolverines have been linked to so far.

Sophomore forward Moritz Wagner and redshirt sophomore forward DJ Wilson announced Monday that they will be entering their names in the NBA Draft without hiring an agent.

A year ago, DJ Wilson and Moritz Wagner were just a couple of bench players on a Michigan team that barely squeezed into the NCAA Tournament field of 68, barely known to anyone paying little attention to the Wolverines. 

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