Michigan sophomore forward Glenn Robinson III continues to rehab his injured left ankle and will be a game-time decision for the Wolverines’ Sunday Big Ten contest against Northwestern, according to head coach John Beilein.
Robinson injured the left ankle during Michigan’s win over Minnesota earlier in the week and he missed the rest of the second half as his teammates went on to pick up the road win without him.
“I can’t give you much of an update,” Beilein said Saturday to media. “He had rehab all day yesterday. We’ll know (about) tomorrow, tomorrow. I really don’t know right now.”
Robinson is Michigan’s second-leading scorer and is averaging 13.5 points and 4.7 rebounds in 30.3 minutes per game this season. Without Robinson in the lineup, Michigan could replace his perimeter production on the wing with freshman Zak Irvin, or go bigger inside and use senior forward Jordan Morgan.