Isaiah Livers makes decision on future at Michigan
Isaiah Livers has made a decision on his future at Michigan.
On Thursday, the Michigan start announced that he will not be returning to Ann Arbor for another season. He has opted not to take advantage of the NCAA’s additional year of eligibility and will move on to potentially begin pursuing his career in the NBA.
Livers played a vital role on Michigan’s B1G regular season championship squad, but sustained an injury in the B1G Tournament that kept him off the floor for the conference tourney and the NCAA Tournament.
“Thank you Michigan,” Livers wrote on Twitter.
Livers was the second-leading scorer for the Wolverines during the 2020-21 season, behind freshman Hunter Dickinson. He averaged a career-best 13.1 points per game and shot over 43% from behind the 3-point line. He was the team’s biggest weapon from long range before he sustained the injury.
Recently, Livers underwent surgery on his injured foot and will be out for a minimum of six months.
In his four seasons with the Wolverines, Livers averaged 8.3 points, 3.8 rebounds and just under 1 assist per game. He appeared in 119 career games in Ann Arbor and made 69 starts.
Michigan claimed the B1G regular season title and earned a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Wolverines reached the Elite Eight of March Madness, even without Livers on the floor.