Michigan Wolverines

30-6 (21-15 ATS)

Team Snapshot
Points Per Game 69.9 247th
Rebounds Per Game 35.3 176th
Assists Per Game 13.8 135th
Points Allowed 58.1 2nd
2018-19 Big Ten Standings
TEAM CONF OVR
Michigan State 16-4 32-7
Purdue 16-4 26-10
Michigan 15-5 30-7
Wisconsin 14-6 23-11
Maryland 13-7 23-11
Iowa 10-10 23-12
Minnesota 9-11 22-14
Ohio State 8-12 20-15
Indiana 8-12 19-16
Penn State 7-13 14-18
Illinois 7-13 12-21
Rutgers 7-13 14-17
Nebraska 6-14 19-17
Northwestern 4-16 13-19
Injuries
  • There are no injuries listed at this time.

Michigan Wolverines News

  • Maize n Brew: Jim Harbaugh welcomes back Juwan Howard

    The Michigan family remains a strong one, especially between the Michigan Wolverines basketball and football teams.

    Jim Harbaugh made his first public comments about the Juwan Howard hire for the basketball program on Friday over Twitter:

    Congrats to Coach Howard & us! Happy to see a Michigan Man coaching the Michigan Basketball Team! https://t.co/SXZ4TZRQlw

    -- Coach Harbaugh (@CoachJim4UM) May 24, 2019

    It seems like these two Michigan men are off to a good start in building their relationship as the heads of the two biggest sports teams on campus.

  • Fansided: Michigan Football: 4 recruiting updates for the Wolverines

    Jim Harbaugh and staff have been a busy bunch even though no one knows about it because all the attention has been concentrated on the basketball team. Just this week two High School athletes have committed to Michigan football and another committed a week before them.

    Don't get me wrong, having Juwan Howard is exciting but football is right around the corner and it deserves just as much attention.

    As we know, the season didn't end on a high note, although the draft was a complete success for the Wolverines. Michigan lost Devin Bush and Rashan Gary in the first round of the draft and you might be asking yourself, why is that good news?

  • Maize n Brew: Basketball commit Cole Bajema is "all in" for Michigan amid coaching staff changes

    While the Michigan basketball coaching staff is in the process of being built under Coach Howard, more good news on the recruiting trail was announced. 2019 Four-star SF Cole Bajema from Lynden (WA) announced that he is holding strong with his commitment to Michigan.

    "Having patiently waited for Michigan to name its new head coach, I am very excited Juwan Howard is the new head coach. I believe he will uphold the great culture that is Michigan basketball. I know there's been a lot of speculation out there, but I am ALL IN for Coach Howard and ready to report in June!

  • Fansided: Michigan Basketball: Gauging Cole Bajema's impact next season

    Since Juwan Howard was officially announced as the head coach of Michigan basketball, things have been moving quickly.

    Howard is obviously focused on building his staff and on Thursday, he announced on Twitter that he would be retaining strength and conditioning coach Jon Sanderson. Then, late Friday, Cole Bajema, the lone member of Michigan basketball's 2019 recruiting class, reaffirmed his commitment.

    Bajema had been silent about the hiring of Howard as Michigan basketball coach until he put out this statement on Twitter:

    It's great news for the Wolverines who couldn't afford to lose the only player still left in their incoming recruiting class.

  • Detroit Free Press: 4-star recruit Cole Bajema sticking with Michigan basketball

    A look back at the history of Juwan Howard, the former Michigan basketball star, on the national stage. Wochit, Wochit

    Cole Bajema will play for Michigan basketball next fall.

    Bajema, a 4-star prospect who signed with the Wolverines, reaffirmed his status late Friday night shortly after the conclusion of Michigan's coaching search.

    "The departure of Coach Beilein came as a big surprise," Bajema tweeted. "Given Coach Beilein recruited me, I am sad to see him go but fully support him in his new venture at the Cavaliers. I cannot thank the entire Michigan basketball staff enough for their support.

  • Fansided: Michigan Basketball: Keeping Jon Sanderson is huge for Juwan Howard

    One of the biggest questions surrounding new Michigan basketball head coach Juwan Howard has been what his staff will look like.

    Michigan basketball has a slew of quality assistants such as Luke Yaklich, Saddi Washington and DeAndre Haynes, as well as Jon Sanderson, who has worked with the program as a strength and conditioning coach in an off-court role.

    While there has been no word about what Howard is going to do in terms of his on-court assistants, he announced on Twitter Friday afternoon that Sanderson would remain with the program and it sounds like it will be in the same role.

  • Detroit Free Press: Juwan Howard makes first move as Michigan coach, retains Jon Sanderson

    A look back at the history of Juwan Howard, the former Michigan basketball star, on the national stage. Wochit, Wochit

    Juwan Howard has made his first personnel decision as head coach of Michigan basketball.

    Howard, who was hired as the Wolverines' head coach on Wednesday, announced in a tweet on Friday that longtime strength-and-conditioning coach Jon Sanderson would remain with the program.

    "I'm pleased to announce that Jon Sanderson -- an integral part of the program the last 10 years -- will be staying in Ann Arbor," Howard wrote. "His reputation precedes him -- I'm definitely looking forward to witnessing that first workout.

  • Maize n Brew: Juwan Howard announces Jon Sanderson will remain working with U-M Basketball

    Michigan Men's Basketball head coach Juwan Howard took to social media on Friday afternoon (yes, he does have a verified account now so you can unfollow the fakes) to announce that the program will be retaining the services of strength and conditioning coach Jon Sanderson under his coaching regime.

    u303dufe0f Nation! I'm pleased to announce that @CampSanderson - an integral part of the program the last 10 years - will be staying in Ann Arbor.

    His reputation precedes him -- I'm definitely looking forward to witnessing that first workout.

    GO BLUE!!-- Juwan Howard (@JuwanHoward) May 24, 2019

    Sanderson and his "Camp Sanderson" program have been instrumental in player development at Michigan in the program while working under John Beilein.

  • Maize n Brew: 2020 Michigan basketball commit Zeb Jackson transferring high schools

    The Michigan Wolverines one and only 2020 basketball commit, Zeb Jackson, has announced he is transferring to Montverde Academy in Montverde, Florida.

    The talented recruit had previously attended Maumee High School in Ohio, but is looking for some stiffer competition in one of the top prep schools in America.

    I want to thank Maumee Valley for all the fun years and memories. Now, I'm excited to say I'll be attending Montverde Academy for my senior year of high school!! pic.twitter.com/or8aYJinfw

    -- Zeb Jackson (@iamzebjackson1) May 24, 2019

    Montverde Academy was the No.

  • The Detroit News: Niyo: Michigan's Juwan Howard is hardly a rookie recruiter

    Juwan Howard is playing by different rules now. And Wednesday night, hours after being named Michigan's head basketball coach, those rules were in effect as he began his new job by walking an unfamiliar tightrope.

    College basketball is in a "dead period" for recruiting at the moment, a nine-day window where NCAA rules forbid coaches from making in-person contacts or evaluations of high school prospects. There are exceptions, however, and in Howard's case it involved being a parent.

    He showed up at the Noel P. Brown Sports Center on the campus of Nova Southeastern University in Ft.

  • The Detroit News: Niyo: Michigan's Juwan Howard no stranger in recruiting game

    Juwan Howard is playing by different rules now. And Wednesday night, hours after being named Michigan's head basketball coach, those rules were in effect as he began his new job by walking an unfamiliar tightrope.

    College basketball is in a "dead period" for recruiting at the moment, a nine-day window where NCAA rules forbid coaches from making in-person contacts or evaluations of high school prospects. There are exceptions, however, and in Howard's case it involved being a parent.

    He showed up at the Noel P. Brown Sports Center on the campus of Nova Southeastern University in Ft.

  • The Detroit News: Duncan Robinson on Juwan Howard's coaching: 'When he speaks, you listen'

    After John Beilein's departure, Michigan has turned to Juwan Howard as its next coach. Here's the path ahead for him. Rod Beard, The Detroit News

    When former Wolverine Duncan Robinson went undrafted last offseason, he landed an NBA Summer League deal with the Heat.

    One of the first people he heard from? Former Fab Five member and Miami assistant Juwan Howard.

    "Early on in Summer League last year he immediately reached out to me just because we had the Michigan connection," Robinson told The Detroit News on Thursday.

  • Fansided: Michigan basketball fans need this new t-shirt

    There's a new man in charge of Michigan basketball. Of course, that doesn't mean he isn't already a household name for Michigan fans.

    Juwan Howard - as you already know - was once part what may be the highest-profile recruiting class in college basketball history. Alongside Jalen Rose, Chris Webber, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson, Howard formed 'The Fab Five.'

    The group brought Michigan a ton of success. And now that will try to be replicated by a man that knows about how to succeed in Ann Arbor.

    In fact, you could say that Michigan's future is... fab.

  • Fansided: Michigan Basketball: Juwan Howard has ties to elite 2020 recruits

    The hiring of Juwan Howard by Michigan basketball athletic director Warde Manuel was a home run by most accounts. Michigan man coaching Michigan men, where could you go wrong? One aspect where the hire is already a success is on the recruiting trail.

    Juwan may not have reached out to anyone yet, but his mere presence in the basketball world or rather, the presence of his sons could have a lasting impact on where these young four and five-star basketball phenoms decide to continue their education and athletic career.

    For a pair top 2020 targets, family could make the difference.

  • Detroit Free Press: John Beilein: Michigan makes 'fabulous' hire with Juwan Howard; 'a great fit'

    A look back at the history of Juwan Howard, the former Michigan basketball star, on the national stage. Wochit, Wochit

    Just about everyone has shared their thoughts on Juwan Howard being hired as the new coach of Michigan basketball.

    And so, too, has the guy he's replacing.

    On Thursday afternoon, former U-M coach John Beilein, who left to take the Cleveland Cavaliers head coaching job, posted a message on Twitter congratulating Howard and U-M.

    "W Manuel had great options in front of him," Beilein wrote. "The selection of Juwan was a fabulous one.

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