Michigan basketball hits the court for first practice of 2022-23 season
Michigan basketball is back on the court for the fourth season under head coach Juwan Howard. After a sluggish start to the 2021-22 campaign, the Wolverines will look to have a better jump on the season in 2022-23.
So far, Howard has compiled an overall record of 61-32 record in Ann Arbor. That includes a 35-22 mark in B1G play and a regular-season B1G title in the 2020-21 season. Howard has led Michigan to back-to-back Sweet 16’s and an Elite Eight appearance in 2021.
On Monday, the Wolverines are back on the court and Howard had a particular message for the squad:
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“We got to get ourselves uncomfortable,” said Howard. “When I say ‘bring the juice,’ it’s not just a word or slogan. That means ‘bring the juice.'”
It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Day 1️⃣ of practice starts TODAY. ⏰⌛️ pic.twitter.com/d0DRxbUq7f
— Michigan Men’s Basketball (@umichbball) September 26, 2022
The Wolverines will play an exhibition game against Ferris State before the start of the regular season in a Nov. 7 game against Purdue Fort Wayne. The conference opener comes on Dec. 8 with a visit to Minnesota.
It all starts …. TODAY!
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— Michigan Men's Basketball (@umichbball) September 26, 2022