The Michigan basketball team hosts Michigan State on Saturday afternoon. Here’s how you can find the game on TV or watch online.
The Wolverines are still waiting to get senior captain Caris LeVert back from the leg injury he suffered in late December. He’s missed the last nine (out of 10 total) Big Ten games for Michigan.
LeVert’s status for Saturday remains up in the air. MLive has this quote from John Beilein.
"“He practiced yesterday more than he has practiced,” Beilein said Friday. “So he’s going to more today than he did yesterday. We’ll see what happens.”"
If LeVert is able to give it a go, we probably won’t know until just before game time. Beilien also indicated in the article that his action will have to be limited whenever he hits the court again for the first time.
Michigan State comes into the game on a three-game winning streak. Their most recent victory was a 96-62 rout of Rutgers last Sunday. Four Spartan starters scored in double figures in the win. Denzel Valentine led all scorers with 20 points.
Michigan State has won the last three meetings with Michigan, and all three victories have come by at least 10 points.
Michigan Wolverines vs. Michigan State Spartans – 2:00 p.m.
Crisler Center — Ann Arbor, MI
National TV: CBS
U-M Radio: 950 AM in Detroit (click here for affiliates)
MSU Radio: 760 AM in Detroit (click here for affiliates)
Live Stream: CBS All Access
Line: Michigan State by 3.5
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