After a month of waiting, Michigan guard Caris LeVert has decided to stick with the Wolverines for his senior season, forgoing the NBA Draft.
Michigan finally played well in an overtime time period, but could not outlast Northwestern in double overtime as they fell to the Wildcats 82-78.
Before Michigan’s senior night this Sunday, the Wolverines will try to spoil a party at Northwestern when they square off against a Wildcats team that has also had its share of disappointment this season.
A brilliant first half performance from Michigan sent the Wolverines into the locker room at halftime up 39-21 on Ohio State. It was the best 20 minutes of basketball played by the young Wolverines all season, and the attack propelled them to the upset of the Buckeyes.
Tonight the Michigan Wolverines (13-12,6-7) will play host to the Michigan State Spartans (17-8, 8-4) at the Crisler Center (8 p.m. ET) for the second meeting this season. If the game is similar to the one played on Feb. 1, we are set to have another nail-biter. The youthful Wolverines took the Spartans down to the wire and then tied the game to send it into […]
The Michigan Wolverines dropped another close one on the road today, this time by way of a 70-67 defeat to the Indiana Hoosiers. Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman had a chance to send the game into overtime at the the end of regulation, but his three-point attempt fell just short.
Though this season hasn’t gone the way many expected it to for Michigan, it’s worth noting that the Wolverines haven’t lost back-to-back games since a four-game losing streak way back toward the beginning of the season.
Derrick Walton Jr. had the game of his career against Wisconsin Saturday night, and hit one of, if not the biggest shots of his career.
The Michigan Wolverines now have an incredibly daunting task ahead of them without Caris LeVert, and it all starts tonight against Rutgers.
The 2014-2015 Michigan Wolverines basketball team will more than likely be NIT bound. Despite what you may think to the contrary, that’s OK.