Many great college basketball players leave early for the NBA but Michigan Wolverine Hunter Dickinson will be back for the 2022/23 season.

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Wolverines 2022 March Madness

The University of Michigan men's basketball team made it all the way to the 2022 Sweet 16 tournament and center Hunter Dickinson played a big part in making the tournament.

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The Wolverines upset Colorado St. in the first round of the tournament 75-63. In a bigger upset, Michigan took down the heavily favored Tennessee Volunteers 76-68. Dickinson had 27 points in that game.

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Unfortunately for U of M, their March run was cut short in the Sweet 16 by Villanova who controlled the game right from the start ending with a win 63-55.

Hunter Dickinson Says He'll Stay for 3rd Season

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Hunter Dickinson announced his return to the Wolverines in a Tweet on April 24 just before the NBA draft deadline as seen in his Twitter post above.

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Dickinson was named the 2022 team MVP during the team's basketball awards last week. He also won the most improved and rebounding awards.

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The 7'1" center will be back for the 2022/23 season with coach Juwan Howard and if Dickinson has another strong season he may not make the same decision after this season and could be off to the NBA.

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According to WOOD, Dickinson ended the season shooting 56.3% and averaging 18.6 points a game. His highest-scoring game of the season and career-high was against the Michigan State Spartans when he stuck 33 points on the scoreboard.

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Maybe the Wolverines and the fans will get lucky and get 2 more years out of Dickinson.

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