| 1496071181
Few teams have seen more of their stars leave early than Michigan. But Moe Wagner chose to stay, raising hopes and expectations for the Wolverines.
| 1496023380
The four-star power forward from Alaska is drawing interest from several bigtime programs around the country.
| 1496016004
After averaging 12.1 points and 5.3 rebounds per game last season, Wagner will be one of the conference's top returning players.
| 1495955280
The Kalamazoo Central product, who won this year's Michigan Mr. Basketball award, is a natural forward in Michigan coach John Beilein's offense.
| 1495813616
Beilein spoke with reporters Friday afternoon to discuss his takeaways from the NBA Draft process, his new additions to the team and more.
| 1495742090
247Sports Michigan beat writer Zach Shaw discussed both of those decisions and what they mean for the Wolverines moving forward.
We look at 40-plus teams affected by this year's NBA Draft
| 1495719000
Financially, personally and practically, Michigan's intriguing and explosive D.J. Wilson made the right move keeping his name in the NBA Draft, regardless of what you think.
On the day of the NBA Draft deadline to return It was good news, bad news for Wolverines
| 1495644982
Though his 11.0 points and 5.3 rebounds per game won't raise too many eyebrows, Wilson was higher on draft boards thanks to his potential.

Biggest Stories