A judge on Wednesday agreed to postpone until next week a scheduled hearing for Michigan point guard Daniel Horton, who is charged with domestic violence for allegedly choking his girlfriend.
Gerald Evelyn, Horton's attorney, asked District Court Judge Ann Mattson to delay the hearing so he could gather more information. Mattson rescheduled the hearing for Monday.
Horton was suspended from Michigan's basketball team last month after being charged. If convicted of the misdemeanor, he could face up to 93 days in jail and a $500 fine.
Horton, who is free on bond, has been one of the Wolverines' best players the past three seasons.