Michigan basketball will play UCLA Dec. 9 in Ann Arbor in the second game of a home-and-home series the teams agreed to in 2016.
Last season, the Bruins topped Michigan in Los Angeles, 102-84. The Wolverines were led by seniors Zak Irvin (18 points) and Duncan Robinson (13 points).
The Bruins shot 62.5 percent from 3-point range, and their offense proved too much for Michigan.
Both teams will look much different in 2017, however. The Wolverines will lose three starters, while the Bruins will lose all of their starters. UCLA is bringing in a pair of 5-star recruits, while Michigan will have two 4-star recruits on the roster.
Game time has not been announced.