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Max Bielfeldt visits DePaul, list of suitors remains unchanged

Max Bielfeldt is looking for a new home, and the DePaul Blue Demons' new coaching staff seems eager to give him just that.DePaul is just one of the Michigan's transfer's possible suitors, as the 6-foot-8, 245 bruiser visited Iowa State last weekend.Bielfeldt would be a solid get for new head coach Dave Leitao, who is looking to make his mark on DePaul's program in his second stint...
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Max Bielfeldt granted release from Michigan

As was first reported by ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, Max Bielfeldt has been granted a release to explore graduate transfer opportunities. The 6-foot-8 senior walked on Senior Day and was expected to explore transfer options after the season, but he left the door open at the Michigan basketball banquet last week. The release means that other schools are free to contact and recruit him...
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Michigan Basketball: Bielfeldt stars in route of Rutgers

Coming off the devastating loss to Northwestern, the Wolverines looked more than ready to put that game behind them and move on. They came out firing on all cylinders and were able to quickly put the game against Rutgers out of reach. Great execution and teamwork led to a 79-69 win that wasn’t even as close as the final score appears. Max Bielfeldt It was fitting that on Senior...
March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Notebook: Max Bielfeldt to start on Senior Night, Derrick Walton ‘doubtful’ for Big Ten Tournament

Michigan’s lone senior wasn’t supposed to be playing his last game at the Crisler Center until next year. A reclassification means the center’s time in Ann Arbor will end Saturday, but it comes with quite the perk: Max Bielfeldt will start against Rutgers and likely command a majority of minutes at his position. Ricky Doyle has been held out of practice with an illness, meaning...
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March 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball: Wolverines clamp down on Cornhuskers

With Caris LeVert done for the year, and Derrick Walton Jr. sitting out due to injury, the young Wolverines were going to need someone to step up and score against a feisty Nebraska squad. As a whole, the team looked energetic and focused. A group effort led to another impressive game post-LeVert injury. The Wolverines were able to take apart Nebraska in route to a 58-44 win. Aubrey...
January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Video: Muhammad-Ali Abur-Rahkman, Max Bielfeldt discuss surprising performances

As John Beilein noted, no one came to Crisler Center expecting to watch Muhammad-Ali Abdur Rahkman hit a big shot late. But that’s exactly what the guard did. He and Max Bielfeldt contributed major minutes Saturday as Michigan escaped Northwestern, 56-54. Check out what Abdur-Rahkman had to say in the media player above or watch Bielfeldt below. The post Video: Muhammad-Ali Abur...
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January 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball: Wolverines to host the Detroit Titans at Crisler

Derrick Walton Jr. Michigan basketball has another test Thursday against the Detroit Titans at Crisler. The Titans are coming off a hard fought loss against the Oregon Ducks. The Titans competed for 40 minutes but came up short. With a game tied at 35 going into half, the game was anybody’s to take. The Ducks went on a late run and put Detroit away at home with a final score of...
November 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Max Bielfeldt shines in career night, but uncertainty remains in frontcourt

Dustin Johnston Max Bielfeldt didn’t just top his previous career-high scoring mark. He absolutely shattered it. Entering as the first big man off the bench just three minutes into Monday night’s game against Bucknell, the senior made his presence felt immediately, knocking down an open three-pointer from the top of the key. Less than three minutes later, he did it again, from...
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November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan Basketball: Wolverines cruise to win over Bucknell

The Michigan Wolverines faced their first Division I opponent of the season today and came away with a convincing 77-53 win. They got 12 players into the game, with many bench players seeing action in the second half. However, no player coming off the bench had a better game than Max Bielfeldt. The senior put up career numbers with the quality minutes he provided. Bielfeldt came...
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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