Men's Basketball

Michigan coach John Beilein’s team has the talent and experience to take a big step forward and return to prominence on campus.

Michigan’s football and men’s basketball haven’t seen insurmountable hype around their respective programs since the Fab Five.

Moritz Wagner’s start Friday went a long way toward advancing his status as a breakout sophomore.

In 25 minutes Friday, the sophomore was 7-for-9 from the floor, scoring 15 points while grabbing two rebounds.

Michigan legend Cazzie Russell returned to Crisler Center on Friday night as an assistant coach for Armstrong State.

For the first time in his life, Russell was on the opposing side at a Michigan basketball game.

Moritz Wagner sparked Michigan out of the starting lineup with 15 points in 25 minutes.

Starting with a new lineup including Sean Lonergan and Moritz Wagner, the Wolverines coasted to a victory Friday.

Moritz Wagner has proven to be Michigan’s best big man, and that could edge him into the starting lineup over Mark Donnal on Friday night.

The doors to Crisler Center are set to open again, as the Wolverines will begin the 2016 season with an exhibition against Armstrong State on Friday night.

Michigan coach John Beilein led several drills with his 16-man squad before holding a 20-minute 5-on-5 scrimmage.

Spike Albrecht’s Michigan career ended last year with a season-ending injury, but he has a chance to write one last chapter as a graduate transfer at Purdue.

Albrecht was granted a release from Michigan in late March and transferred to Purdue, where he will play this season.

John Beilein enjoys that Michigan's alumni can come see his team when it visits the East Coast, thanks to Big Ten expansion.

The geographical expansion has allowed the Big Ten, which is made up predominantly of schools in the Midwest, to reach more alumni and give fans an opportunity to support their alma mater in person.

Jimmy King, Ray Jackson and Jalen Rose returned to Ann Arbor to shed light on important issues relevant both then and now about race, class and amateurism in major college athletics.

John Beilein is looking to get his team back to the NCAA Tournament after an early exit last season.

Going into the new season, one of the biggest questions is who will play down low for Michigan.