Men's Basketball

Michigan didn't shoot particularly well in its first two games of the NCAA Tournament.

The Wolverines believe their play, and their shooting in particular, will regress to the mean eventually.

Freshman walk-on Naji Ozeir (right) traveled with the team to Los Angeles for the Sweet Sixteen.

The walk-ons are learning what it feels like to hit the road as members of one of the highest ranked teams in the country.

Freshman guard Jordan Poole has enjoyed growing fame after his buzzer-beating shot to send the Wolverines to the Sweet Sixteen.

Michigan needs Jordan Poole to stay solid, even with his late-game heroics.

Freshman guard Jordan Poole has dreamed about his game-winning shot his whole life.

Jordan Poole's shot might seem familiar.

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WICHITA, Kan. — Michigan and Montana stood around, waiting for action to restart.

Sophomore forward Ibi Watson uses his assignments on the scout team to improve his own game.

Michigan's scout team brings enthusiasm at an important time.

The Michigan men's basketball team has made the NCAA Tournament, but how far can the Wolverines go?

How far will the Wolverines go? The Daily's men's basketball beat writers give their best predictions.

The Michigan men's basketball team watched the NCAA Tournament Selection Show on Sunday.

The Wolverines aren't too familiar with the 15th-seeded Montana Grizzlies.

Michigan coach John Beilein applauds as Wolverines receive their March Madness berth

John Beilein may know little to nothing about Montana. But that hasn’t been a problem before.

Zavier Simpson has won both matchups this season against rival Cassius Winston.

When he first came to campus, Isaiah Livers didn’t know much about Zavier Simpson.