Mizzou Basketball

Missouri women's basketball loses badly to No. 20 Georgia in Athens

The Bulldogs (14-2, 2-1) made 12 steals and forced 22 total turnovers while making the Missouri offense look helpless at times during the night.

LSU basketball's big men will give Missouri issues

Missouri's D'Angelo Allen is excited to play his former rival, LSU's Jordan Mickey.

Missouri men's basketball shows growth despite losing record

Missouri will enter conference play with a record under .500 for the first time in more than three decades. Despite that, the Tigers have still shown substantial growth in the first 13 games.

Montaque Gill-Caesar's status uncertain for SEC opener

Missouri basketball possibly faces a depth issue with guard Deuce Bello out for Thursday's conference opener because of an academic suspension.

Missouri women lose to Mississippi State in sloppy affair

In a game featuring 49 total turnovers and 48 total fouls, the Missouri women lost to No. 17 Mississippi State on Sunday 53-47.

After another slow start, Missouri basketball rallies to beat Lipscomb

Johnathan Williams III had another strong game, while Keanau Post had one of his best games for Missouri.

COMMENTARY: The Michael Porter Jr. experience is must-see action

Tolton basketball games have plenty of excitement when the 6-foot-9 sophomore is on the floor.

Terrence Phillips commits to Missouri basketball

The 5-10 point guard was on an official visit to Missouri this weekend and attended Saturday's game against Lipscomb University.

Strong 1st half not enough for Mizzou women in SEC opener

After landing first blow, the Missouri women's basketball team fell to the No. 8-ranked Volunteers 63-53.

Lipscomb uses six practice players to prepare for Missouri basketball

The Lipscomb scout team used six players and didn't in-bound the ball at times to help prepare for Missouri.


Bello suspended indefinitely, Gant enters starting five for Mizzou basketball

Freshman Jakeenan Gant made his first appearance in the starting lineup Tuesday against Oklahoma State.

Injuries and constant readjustments contribute to Missouri women's loss

The Missouri women's basketball team won't make excuses, but an injury-ridden roster contributed to the Tigers' loss.


Kansas City means more to Missouri

Missouri suffered its second heartbreaking loss in a row, this one in overtime at the hands of Oklahoma State. That the game was played in Kansas City only made the loss hurt more.

A big moment still couldn't get Missouri past Oklahoma State

A buzzer-beater went Missouri's way but eventually led to tough loss.

Former Missouri basketball players now running their own shows set to clash in Kansas City

Anthony Hickey lit up Missouri for 42 points through two games in 2013 when he ran the show for Louisiana State. Now at Oklahoma State, he could be Missouri's problem again.

Johnathan Williams III learning to flex his muscles for Missouri

Johnathan Williams III is emerging for Missouri men's basketball this season.


Top 10 Sports Stories of the Year: No. 6: Haith leaves, Anderson stays home

Former Missouri men's basketball coach Frank Haith boarded a plane for Tulsa, Oklahoma, on April 17 to sign a contract to be the coach at the University of Tulsa.

The athletic department was able to release the news through a press release on April 28 that former Missouri player and assistant Kim Anderson was the new basketball boss.

Missouri basketball deals with last-second loss to Illinois

An Illinois buzzer-beater sunk Wes Clark and Missouri.


Tigers lose Braggin' Rights at buzzer to Rayvonte Rice and Illinois

The most complete game the Tigers have played all season ended in agony, thanks to a last-second fadeaway 3-pointer from Illinois' Rayvonte Rice.

Missouri basketball looks ahead to Braggin' Rights game against Illinois

The Braggin' Rights game is Missouri's only remaining historic rivalry, but most of the Tigers' players have yet to experience it.