Shortly right after the Michigan football staff can take a tour of the condition as section of coach Jim Harbaugh’s ongoing passion for summer journey, the basketball method will be crossing the pond for a journey of its own.
Michigan basketball coach Juwan Howard is using his players to Europe in mid-August for a few exhibition game titles throughout three locales in France and Greece. The international tour, which was introduced by the system Friday afternoon, will contain visits to Paris, Athens and Mykonos (in Greece). Information relating to dates and opponents have nevertheless to be introduced.
By arranging a trip overseas, Howard is next in the footsteps of his predecessor, John Beilein, who took U-M overseas a number of situations. The Wolverines frequented Spain in 2018, Italy in 2014 and Belgium in 2010 for the chance to keep excess practices — a maximum of 10, for every NCAA regulations — and jumpstart team chemistry forward of the common time.
The addition of a summer tour signifies Michigan will journey to Europe two times in the span of 4 months. The Wolverines are also scheduled to facial area Kentucky in London on Dec. 4 as aspect of the Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Push: Michigan basketball will vacation to France and Greece in August