Team 99

The 2014-15 Michigan Wolverines basketball team, Team 99, will be led by Caris LeVert, Derrick Walton and Zak Irvin.

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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.

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Max Bielfeldt granted release from Michigan

Max Bielfeldt has been granted a release to explore transfer opportunities for his graduate season.

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Notebook: Spike Albrecht, John Beilein discuss future at banquet

Spike Albrecht provided an update on his health after undergoing hip surgery, John Beilein discussed Michigan’s scholarship situation, Duncan Robinson will attend Camp Sanderson and Albrecht was named best-dressed at Michigan’s banquet on Wednesday evening.

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Video: John Beilein talks Caris LeVert’s NBA decision, scholarship situation

John Beilein met with media Wednesday following Michigan’s postseason awards banquet. The Wolverines’ coach spoke about Caris LeVert’s upcoming NBA decision, how he might manage scholarships, and the team’s versatility entering next winter.

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Spike Albrecht, Zak Irvin share MVP honors at team banquet

Michigan handed out its team awards at the annual Michigan basketball banquet this evening. Spike Albrecht and Zak Irvin shared the Bill Buntin Most Valuable Player award while Aubrey Dawkins earned Most Improved Player.

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Caris LeVert says NBA decision coming ‘pretty soon’

If the junior guard is projected to be selected in the first round, he’ll consider declaring. Otherwise, he said Wednesday at Michigan’s postseason award celebration, it wouldn’t make sense to leave.

“I don’t think it really makes sense to go early and be drafted in the second round,” he said.

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Report Card 2015: Zak Irvin

For months, Michigan fans wondered when Zak Irvin would make the leap so many expected of him entering his sophomore campaign. It took until the final weeks of the season to arrive, but the improvements were dramatic. Over the the team’s final six games, Irvin averaged 17.5 points, 7.5 rebounds and 3.8 assists, finally establishing himself as the versatile player the Wolverines sorely needed.

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Report Card 2015: Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman

Previously: Spike Albrecht, Ricky Doyle, Aubrey Dawkins There was a point in the first half of Michigan’s game against Michigan State at the Breslin Center when a Spartan fan, bewildered by the player torching his […]

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Spike Albrecht out 4-5 months following hip surgery

Junior guard Spike Albrecht is out 4-5 months following a procedure on his right hip, Michigan announced Wednesday morning. An additional surgery may be necessary later in the offseason, and MLive reports a second operation is very likely.

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Report Card 2015: Aubrey Dawkins

Aubrey Dawkins was the final member of Michigan’s 2014-15 recruiting class, but the Wolverines benefited greatly from the forward’s contributions this winter. The Palo Alto, California native didn’t make his first start until Jan. 20, but he proceeded to play 30-plus minutes on 10 occasions as he quickly became an integral member of the frontcourt.

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