Juwan Howard said there would be a discussion on potentially bringing back Michigan's Final Four banners from the 1992 and 1993 seasons.

Howard was part of the Fab Five era that lead Michigan to back-to-back NCAA championship games.

NCAA sanctions forced Michigan to vacate victories from the two seasons, leading to the removal of the banners.

"We worked extremely hard. We sacrificed a lot, went through a ton of adversity, earned every minute of it. That is something on the table that we as [an athletic department staff] will definitely revisit. We're not making any promises. That's all I can say at this moment," responded Howard when asked about the topic during his introductory press conference as Michigan head coach.

Jimmy King, a member of the Fab Five, attended Howard's introduction and said that there would be no more hard feelings between the former teammates.

"We're not bringing any beef or drama here, anything that would distract from Juwan doing his best job here. Immediately, it's over. We will be here this year."