Former Missouri guard Keion Bell eliminated early in college dunk contest

Thursday, April 4, 2013 | 10:16 p.m. CDT

Former Missouri guard Keion Bell was eliminated Thursday night in the first round of the College Slam Dunk Championship in Atlanta.

Bell attempted to jump over a player while putting the ball through his legs to dunk the ball but hit iron in all four of his attempts.

In October's Mizzou Madness, Bell won the dunk contest by jumping over a line of six students to dunk the ball.

Detroit Mercy forward Doug Anderson won the competition with a 360 degree ball-between-his-legs dunk in the final round.

Bell averaged 10.7 points in his senior season with Missouri as the Tigers finished 23-11.

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