The Michigan Wolverines are kind of struggling on the basketball court right now. Ok, not kind of. Things are not exactly great and it has been a sobering few weeks since the calendar flipped to 2020.
Isaiah Livers has missed the last six games and the Wolverines are 2-4 in those contests. The wins came over UMass-Lowell and Purdue in overtime at home. In a lot of ways, they have regressed with each passing game without Livers on the floor.
Assuming he returns relatively soon (like in the next week or so), how are we feeling about this group and its outlook for the rest of the season? Is this even a tournament team right now? Let’s get the conversation rolling below on not only this, but what else may be on your mind as we inch closer to the weekend.
What you missed yesterday:
Michigan basketball officially announced for 2020 Empire Classic in loaded field
2021 four-star WR Cristian Dixon talks offer, mom’s ‘respect’ for Jim Harbaugh
Recap, takeaways from Michigan’s loss to Penn State: Officially lost without Livers
Juwan Howard ‘surprised’ by lack of communication from Michigan basketball