Hunter Dickinson led the Wolverines to an overtime victory in Ann Arbor on Sunday afternoon.

Dickinson, who hit a game-tying 3-pointer at the end of regulation, was asked after the game if it was possible he had played his final home game for Michigan.

The junior center was admittedly flustered by the question, but ultimately indicated he wasn’t sure what the future would look like for him.

“I wasn’t expecting that one,” Dickinson said, via’s Clayton Sayfie. “I don’t think so. I don’t have the crystal 8-ball, but if it was, it was a damn good way to end it. That’s for sure. But right now I’m focused on trying to beat Illinois.”

Dickinson is in his 3rd season at Michigan. He’s been able to consider professional opportunities in each of the past 2 campaigns, and that figures to be the case again this upcoming offseason.

So far this year, Dickinson is averaging 17.4 points and 8.6 rebounds per game. He’s also improved as a shooter and has made 40% of his 3-point attempts so far in 2022-23.

Michigan will go on the road to face Indiana in its next game. The Wolverines currently sit on the NCAA Tournament bubble with a 17-12 record.