Men's Basketball

Michigan men's basketball coach John Beilein addresses the media Tuesday ahead of the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in The Bahamas.

PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas — The Atlantis Paradise Island resort has all the makings of a perfect weeklong getaway spot. Palm trees line the property, balconies overlook the ocean, and get this: the resort doesn’t just feature a lazy river — it has a crazy river, too.

The court at Imperial Arena at the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort in The Bahamas.

The Daily lays out the Wolverines’ potential paths through the tournament, complete with game times, broadcast information and more. Stick around at the end for a tourney breakdown and some predictions, too.

John Beilein will attempt to trim his rotation during the trip to the Bahamas.

The Wolverines left for the eight-team tournament, hosted by the Atlantis Paradise Resort off the shores of Nassau, Bahamas, on Monday evening.

Junior guard Derrick Walton Jr. moves up the court in Michigan's 86-70 loss to Xavier on November 21.

Despite Caris LeVert’s spirited 29-point performance, the Musketeers’ physicality proved too much for the Wolverines to handle.

Derrick Walton Jr. and Michigan's backcourt will face lengthy guards against Xavier.

The pebble, Beilein said Thursday, is random inconsistency in games and in practice.

Derrick Walton Jr.'s spot in the lineup is safe, but Michigan isn't hesitating to shake things up with a deep team.

Through the first two games, Michigan’s rotation has been 12 players deep.

Zak Irvin returned to action Monday night.

Irvin’s return to form, if it happens quickly, will only help bring the starting lineup into sharper focus.

Blood drips down the face of freshman forward Moritz Wagner after he took a charge during the game against Elon at Crisler Center on Monday.

John Beilein rotated in Mark Donnal, D.J. Wilson, Ricky Doyle and Moritz Wagner in Monday's game against Elon.

Aubrey Dawkins starred in Michigan's season-opening win over Northern Michigan.

The Michigan men’s basketball team has plenty of questions heading into the 2015-16 season. Friday night, with his left hand alone, Aubrey Dawkins made it emphatically clear he’s not one of them.

Michigan defeats Northern Michigan 70-44.

On Friday night, Aubrey Dawkins put an exclamation point on 100 years of Michigan men’s basketball.