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PHOTO GALLERY: Missouri men's basketball defeats Nicholls State

Friday, November 16, 2012 | 11:21 p.m. CST; updated 3:41 p.m. CST, Saturday, November 17, 2012
Missouri forward Laurence Bowers blocks Nicholls State guard Fred Hunter on Friday night during a 74-54 victory.

COLUMBIA – The Missouri men's basketball team soundly defeated Nicholls State 74-54 on Friday night. Next up, the team travels to the Bahamas to play Stanford in the Battle 4 Atlantis Tournament.

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Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi shakes hands with Michael Dixon before the start of the game against Nicholls State on Friday. The Tigers won 74-54.


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Missouri forward Laurence Bowers blocks Nicholls State guard Fred Hunter.


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Nicholls State guard Fred Hunter, left, jockeys for position with Missouri forward Laurence Bowers.


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Missouri guard Earnest Ross shoots against Nicholls Sate.


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Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi calls for the ball from forward Laurence Bowers against Nicholls State. Oriakhi led the team with 17 points.


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Missouri cheerleaders perform during a time out.


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Missouri guard Keion Bell goes up for a layup on Friday.


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Missouri forward Laurence Bowers, left, guard Keion Bell, center, and Nicholls State forward Sam McBeath fight for a loose ball at Mizzou Arena.


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Missouri forward Alex Oriakhi goes up for a layup against Nicholls Sate guard Fred Hunter.


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The Missouri bench celebrates a three pointer on Friday night.


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