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Video: John Beilein talks Caris LeVert’s return, 2015-16 roster

After his press conference with Austin Hatch on Monday afternoon, John Beilein spoke with media about how Michigan’s roster may look this winter. The head coach discussed DJ Wilson’s role in the offense, transfer Duncan Robinson and Caris LeVert’s return to Ann Arbor. The post Video: John Beilein talks Caris LeVert’s return, 2015-16 roster appeared first on UM
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Michigan Basketball recruiting: Jaylen Brown update

Michigan Basketball’s roster for the upcoming 2014-15 season, with the return of Caris LeVert, is loaded. John Beilein will have the deepest, most talented team he’s ever had, with the obvious exception of the 2013 National runner-up squad that boasted six NBA players. There is one lingering question that pertains to Michigan’s roster, will Jaylen Brown, a consensus top four...
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Caris LeVert And Michigan Coach Bacari Alexander Share Funny Conversation About Recruiting Rankings

In what has become a staple of Bacari Alexander’s Twitter game – his BA Twitter Blitz’s – the Michigan assistant coach tweeted about the star rankings of Zak Irvin, LeVert, Spike Albrecht and Derrick Walton before they arrived in Ann Arbor. When you look at this image below you see 4 players that NOBODY thought could develop into […] The post Caris LeVert And Michigan...
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Video: Caris LeVert says ‘my heart was here at Michigan’

Caris LeVert chatted with media Tuesday afternoon following Michigan’s announcement that he would return for his senior year. The guard discussed why he chose to forgo the NBA Draft, the conversations that led to his decision and his aspirations for next season.   The post Video: Caris LeVert says ‘my heart was here at Michigan’ appeared first on UM
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Caris LeVert will return to Michigan for senior season

Michigan guard Caris LeVert will return to school for his senior season, the program announced Tuesday. The 6-foot-7 junior was averaging 14.9 points, 3.7 assists and 1.8 steals before a foot injury sidelined him for the season’s 14 games. Photo: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images North America LeVert was considered a possible first round pick in the NBA Draft earlier in the season...
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Michigan Basketball Caris LeVert returns for senior season

It’s official: Caris LeVert is returning to the University of Michigan for his senior year rather than declaring for the NBA draft, according to the Michigan Basketball program. The veteran guard announced Tuesday morning, April 21 that he will be returning after a long period of deliberation. In his decision to return, LeVert discussed how he is excited to keep working towards...
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Does Derrick Walton’s Instagram Hint At Caris LeVert Returning To Michigan?

While nothing is official yet on Michigan guard Caris LeVert returning to school or entering the NBA draft, there have been some indications that he will be returning to Ann Arbor for his senior season. Take a look at the Instagram Derrick Walton posted following Tuesday’s Michigan basketball banquet: A photo posted by Derrick Walton (@dw10_) on […] The post Does Derrick Walton’s...
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Michigan Basketball: 2015-16 Roster

Part II Although the Wolverines brought in only one recruit for next year, it is almost as if they are gaining two more players with the return of Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton Jr. Both players will start next year (assuming LeVert comes back), along with Zak Irvin, Aubrey Dawkins, and Ricky Doyle. With LeVert and Walton back in the fold, players who were called on to start during...
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Draft Watch: Caris LeVert still weighing NBA decision

While Caris LeVert initially predicted his return from surgery to fix a stress fracture in his foot would proceed on schedule, it now appears he’ll need longer than the expected 12-week recovery period. He attended the Michigan women’s basketball team’s NIT Final Four game on April 1 in a walking boot, and John Beilein told MLive’s Brendan Quinn on Monday that the 6-foot...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball Recruiting: Moritz Wagner

Now that the last game of the 2014-2015 college basketball season has been played and Duke has been crowned champion, it’s time to think of next season. For the Michigan basketball team, this past year was tough. They lost to NJIT and Eastern Michigan early in the season, and then with the loss of Caris LeVert and Derrick Walton Jr. to injury, the youth movement began in Ann Arbor...
26 days ago  |  Discuss

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