The Michigan basketball team travels to No. 16 Iowa on Sunday afternoon. Here’s how you can find the game on TV or watch online.
The Wolverines are fresh off a monster 70-67 home win over No. 3 Maryland, but it’s not quite all rainbows for the Michigan basketball team. They’ve been without leading scorer Caris LeVert for the last three games after he rolled his ankle in the team’s December 30 road win over Illinois.
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LeVert has reportedly been walking without pain for a number of days now, but his status is still unknown at this time. John Beilein and the Wolverines seem to be taking a cautious day-by-day approach to LeVert’s injury, not wanting to sacrifice his long-term health for short-term gain.
Michigan has shown that they’re good enough to beat anyone in the country if they’re playing to the top of their ability, but their margin for error falls tremendously without LeVert in the lineup.
Iowa enters Sunday’s contest riding high in Big Ten play. They come in with a 4-0 record in-conference while playing a tough schedule. They’ve already dispatched the Michigan State Spartans twice — by an average of 15 points per game, defeated No. 24 Purdue, and won by double-digits over Nebraska.
The Big Ten is one of the perennial powers in college basketball, and the Iowa Hawkeyes aren’t playing like they’re going to be backing down any time soon. Will the Michigan Wolverines be up to the task today on the road in Iowa City.
Michigan Wolverines at No. 16 Iowa Hawkeyes – 4:30 p.m.
Carver-Hawkeye Arena — Iowa City, IA
National TV: Big Ten Network
Radio: 950 AM in Detroit (click here for affiliates)
Live Stream: BTN 2Go
Line: Iowa by 7
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