Michigan basketball plays against Chaminade on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017. The game time is 8 p.m. ET at the Lahaina Civic Center in Hawaii. Find game time, TV channel, watch online, radio and streaming information for the game below.
This is a consolation semifinal game in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational in Hawaii. Michigan lost to LSU, 77-75, Monday night, while Chaminade fell to No. 13 Notre Dame, 83-56. The winner will play in the fifth-place game against either VCU or Cal on Wednesday, and the losers play for seventh place.
Michigan has never played Chaminade, a Division II team that hosts the annual tournament.
Michigan-Chaminade game time, details
Michigan and Chaminade play at 8 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Nov. 21.
- Time: 8 p.m. ET tipoff
- Date: Tuesday, Nov. 21
- Location: Lahaina Civic Center, Lahaina, Hawaii.
- Records: Michigan (3-1), Chaminade (2-1)
What TV channel will broadcast Michigan-Chaminade?
The Michigan-Chaminade game will be shown on ESPN2.
How can I watch Michigan-Chaminade online?
The Michigan-Chaminade game will can be watched online at WatchESPN.
How can I listen to Michigan-Chaminade on the radio?
The Michigan Sports Marketing Network, headed by flagship stations WWJ (950 AM) in Detroit and WWWW (102.9 FM) in Ann Arbor, will have the call. Lane Grindle provides the play-by-play with analyst Terry Mills.
Michigan continues play in the Maui Jim Maui Invitational with a consolation semifinal matchup against Chaminade. Michigan lost to LSU, 77-75, on Monday night in the first round at the Lahaina Civic Center. Chaminade lost to No. 13 Notre Dame, 83-56, in its first-round game.
Chaminade trailed by just six points, 38-32, early in the second half, but Notre Dame got 27 points and 4 assists from guard Matt Farrell and 23 points and 8 rebounds by forward Bonzie Colson to pull away from the Division II school. Forward Eric Schieve led Chaminade with 17 points.
Michigan trailed by as many as 7 points in the second half but used a 10-0 run to take a 58-53 lead with 8:08 left to play on a 3-pointer by Moe Wagner. The Wolverines built a 68-59 lead but didn’t make a field goal in the final 3:13 as LSU rallied behind freshman point guard Tremont Waters, who scored 21 points and had 4 assists for the Tigers.
Sophomore guard Charles Matthews led Michigan with 28 points and 8 rebounds, and Wagner scored 24 points and had 7 rebounds. Senior guard Muhammad-Ali Abdur-Rahkman had 12 points for the Wolverines but his final 3-point attempt at the buzzer came up short. Michigan made just 6 of 23 3-point attempts for the game and was out-rebounded, 31-29.
Michigan brings a 3-1 record into the game, and Chaminade is 2-1. This is the Wolverines’ first trip to the Maui Invitational since 2011, when it finished third.