As the season rolls on, every win on the hardwood will prove to be important for the Michigan Wolverines. Against Nebraska, seniors Derrick Walton Jr. and Zak Irvin stepped up. Could this be the turning point of the season? If so, will fans finally get excited about some classic college basketball? All this and more on the latest from Devine Intervention.
Just a few conference games into the season, Michigan has some things to figure out on the court. Derek Devine and Craig Compton talk about the Wolverines' performance early in the Big Ten, and take a shot at figuring out what needs to change before the meat of conference play.
Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine look at what Michigan's done on the harcourt this season and discuss how the Wolverines might do in the Big Ten.
Join Derek Devine and Craig Compton on Devine Intervention as they talk Michigan Hoops. The squad started hot against teams like Marquette and SMU, but wilted away in performances against South Carolina and Va. Tech. After a solid home victory over Texas, what's next for the Wolverines?
The Devine Intervention returns after a two week break to follow-up on Caris LeVert and the NBA Draft. Selected 20th overall, Caris LeVert has a chance to prove his doubters wrong. Listen to Derek Devine, Von Lozon and Kullen Logsdon talk about the opportunity Caris LeVert has in Brooklyn as he will suit up to play for the Nets in the fall.
Hosts Tyler Fenwick and Derek Devine discuss all the faces Michigan basketball has seen depart this offseason and what kind of impact it might have on the team next season. They also take a look at the way fans view John Beilein.
Wolverine Sounds has added a second show! The Book of Mormino, hosted by David Mormino, will provide listeners with a straight-forward and unique take on Michigan athletics. On its pilot episode, Derek Devine introduces David to the listening audience and the fellas touch on the four Wolverines who have transferred from the hoops squad, as well as Jim Harbaugh and Ben Mason, Michigan's latest football commit.