First Olympic Appearance • U-M letterwinner (2016-18) Former All-Big Ten forward Moritz Wagner scored a game-high 28 points and earned MVP honors as Germany defeated Brazil, 75-64, in the championship game of the Croatia Olympic Qualifying Tournament, punching a ticket for the Tokyo Olympics. It is Germany's first trip to the Olympics since 2008. An NBA first-round draft pick, Wagner ended the season with the Orlando Magic and will be a free agent this summer. As a collegian he helped U-M to back-to-back Big Ten Tournament titles (2017, '18), earning MVP honors in 2018. That same year, he helped the Maize and Blue advance to the Final Four in San Antonio as well as the national title game against Villanova. Wagner is Michigan men’s basketball's first Olympian since Phil Hubbard in 1976.