Men's Basketball

2021 recruit Harrison Ingram put Michigan on his final list of top schools.

According to a photo posted on his Instagram on Thursday afternoon, Ingram’s final six schools include Stanford, Howard, Harvard, UNC, Purdue, and Michigan.

The college basketball season is set to start Nov. 25, according to reports.

After an offseason spent in limbo, college basketball received a dose of clarity on Wednesday. The NCAA Division I Council reached a comprehensive agreement that, among other protocols, announced the 2020-21 season will start on Nov. 25.

In returning for his senior season, Livers has a chance to lead the way for the Wolverines and improve his draft stock along the way.

Assuming he can stay on the floor, Livers could be in for a big year. The Daily broke down some of his best moments as a junior and where the NBA-hopeful could still improve.

After a breakout 2019-2020 season and with center Jon Teske graduating, fifth year senior Austin Davis will be an important piece of Michigan's rotation.

The Daily took a closer look at what went right for Davis during his breakout campaign and where there’s room for improvement entering his last go-around.

Michigan's managers compete for the coveted Manager Games title each season.

Despite the fact that the manager games are relatively unknown to fans, Michigan players and coaches have shown continued support and interest.

Michigan coach Juwan Howard should be able to rely on freshman guard Zeb Jackson for years to come.

With Zavier Simpson graduating in May, it’s time for someone else to carry the point guard baton. Enter Zeb Jackson.

Juwan Howard's persistence help secured Michigan as Mike Smith's next destination.

Last spring, as the former Columbia point guard narrowed down his list of transfer suitors, the candid and persistent approach of Michigan coach Juwan Howard stood out among the rest. In early April, Smith chose the Wolverines over Gonzaga, Arizona and Seton Hall.


Oak Park, Ill. is one of the many neighborhoods that Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard is now trying to own — at least when it comes to recruiting.

The Michigan men's basketball team will need to find new sources of offense following the graduation of point guard Zavier Simpson.

All of these changes will give Michigan’s offense a completely different look this year. Leadership will come from Livers, yes, but who will join him in that role? Will anyone make the same type of plays that Simpson once helped create? Will the widely-hailed recruiting class live up to its sky-high expectations?
Of course, we can’t know for sure how Michigan will replace Simpson’s presence in those areas . But there are a few places where we can make some educated guesses.


The Wolverines need Dickinson, a four-star center and the 42nd-ranked recruit in the 247Sports composite rankings, to contribute right away. Two-year starter Jon Teske graduated in the spring, leaving Dickinson and fifth-year senior Austin Davis — who has yet to start in his collegiate career — as the only centers on the roster.