2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
26-12, 5th in Big Ten
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19hChad Ford

Big Board 7.0: Where is D.J. Wilson?

Michigan's D.J. Wilson announced he will stay in the NBA draft, while teammate Moritz Wagner removed his name on Wednesday. Where is Wilson slotted in our ranking of the top-30 prospects?

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan announces Mo Wagner is returning to school. Still waiting on D.J. Wilson.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Key NBA decisions to watch today: Caleb Swanigan, Tony Bradley, D.J. Wilson and Mo Wagner, Hamidou Diallo, Svi Mykhailiuk. Other notables include Vince Edwards, Omer Yurtseven, Johnathan Williams, Tacko Fall, Kameron Williams, Shaqquan Aaron.

ESPN Stats and Information  

With Wednesday's deadline for players to remove their names from the NBA draft approaching, Purdue, UNC, Michigan and UCLA stand to be the most impacted by upcoming decisions.

ESPN Staff  

Six players are participating in the Pacers' fourth pre-draft workout on Tuesday: California guard Jabari Bird, Cincinnati guard Troy Caupain, Arkansas forward Moses Kingsley, Iowa guard Peter Jok, UCLA forward T.J. Leaf and Michigan guard Derrick Walton Jr.

ESPN Staff  

The six participants for the Bucks' pre-draft workout on Tuesday include North Carolina forward Tony Bradley, BYU forward Eric Mika, Illinois guard Malcolm Hill, Wisconsin forward Vitto Brown, Michigan guard Zak Irvin and forward Paris Bass, who spent the 2016-17 season in the NBA D-League.

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8dJeff Borzello

Will they stay or will they go?

If D.J. Wilson and Moritz Wagner withdraw from this summer's NBA draft by the May 24 deadline, Michigan will have a Top-25 team next season.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Delany thinks cities like Detroit, Minneapolis and other cities "should aspire" to bid on future Big Ten basketball tournaments. "I can't tell you that it will happen, but I would encourage interested parties to seek it," he said. "We have obviously, by going to D.C. and New York, demonstrated that we are a conference that's got to serve a lot of different geographies."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Purdue AD Mike Bobinski said basketball coaches have "unanimous support" for protected rivalries that would ensure biannual games. Purdue-Indiana and Michigan-Michigan State are the two big ones, and Northwestern-Illinois also was brought up. "I don't know if we'll be able to get to it for this year," Bobinski said, "but I think we'll get there for the reasonably near future, which is good."

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15dJeff Goodman

Stay in school, or enter draft?

NBA folk don't believe D.J. Wilson has the upside of Mo Wagner, but they think both should return to Michigan for the 2017-18 season.

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16dMyron Medcalf

Michigan in a holding pattern

The Wolverines could lose Moritz Wagner and D.J. Wilson to the NBA, and it's hard to think how they recover for next season if that comes to pass.

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24d

Ex-Michigan F Donnal heading to Clemson

Mark Donnal has selected Clemson as his destination after he leaves Michigan. He can play immediately for the Wolverines as a graduate transfer.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Miller, Dana Altman, Mike Hopkins, John Beilein watching CIA Bounce -- led by five-star junior Simi Shittu.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 1 sophomore (for now) R.J. Barrett playing his first event of the spring. Sean Miller, Shaka Smart, John Beilein, Duke, Kansas here.

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30d

Little Caesars Arena to debut with Mich. DH

Little Caesars Arena is set for its college basketball debut, starting with Michigan facing Detroit followed by Michigan State playing Oakland on Dec. 16.

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42dChad Ford

Big Board 5.0: Wagner, Wilson rising

Michigan's Moritz Wagner and D.J. Wilson are both testing the NBA draft waters. Their stocks are rising after a terrific run in the NCAA tournament.

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43dDana O'Neil

Jalen Rose: Retiring Fisher deserves more love

Jalen Rose says his former coach Steve Fisher deserves more praise as he heads into retirement, and he believes Fisher would receive it were it not for Rose's Fab Five teammate Chris Webber.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Mo Bamba said he still doesn't have a timeline for a decision. "Just thinking. Just waiting it out and seeing what's best for me." Kentucky, Texas, Duke and Michigan make up his final four.

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44d

Fisher retires: 'San Diego State is my legacy'

Steve Fisher, 72, announced his retirement from coaching Tuesday after spending 18 seasons at SDSU, saying it was time to step away and hand over the program to longtime assistant Brian Dutcher.

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.0127th
Rebounds Per Game29.2347th
Assists Per Game13.9139th
Points Allowed66.444th

Tournament History

Final Fours7
Tournament Record52-25
Championship Seasons1989
Tournament Appearances26