2022-23 Season

Hunter Dickinson enters transfer portal

After consistent rumors, Hunter Dickinson officially entered the transfer portal today.

Dickinson has two years of eligibility but will be a graduate transfer. He averaged 18.5 points, 9 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 34 minutes per game as a junior.

Dickinson was a multi-time All-Big Ten performer at Michigan and played key roles on the Wolverines’ last three teams. The Wolverines went to the Elite Eight and won a Big Ten title his freshman year, made the Sweet 16 his sophomore year and missed the NCAA Tournament his junior year. With his departure, and potential NBA exits, the Wolverines are looking at a complete roster overhaul in 2023-24.

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  1. Weels

    Oof :weary::broken_heart: Time to come to terms with another tourney miss

  2. harmon98

    Welp. That’s less than optimal

  3. Jarrett

    It’s Tarris Time.

  4. DMB43

    Heartbroken, but I hope he doesn’t go to a poverty school like Georgetown or Maryland

  5. ekozakowski

    Can’t say I’m that mad. We were never going to have an above average defense with hunter playing. Kid can’t jump over a phone book

    Best season was when he was surrounded by nba talent and some of the best defenders in college basketball.

    Thanks for the memories though

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