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Mizzou Basketball

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.

Stock twins 'letting it fly' for Missouri women's basketball

Junior guards Maddie and Morgan Stock have emerged as two of the Missouri women's basketball team's strongest 3-point shooters.

Anderson keeps realistic expectations for freshman Gant

Jakeenan Gant's anticipated debut for the Missouri basketball team went better than Kim Anderson expected, but he still wants to keep the pressure of high expectations off the freshman forward.

Missouri women's basketball releases updates on two players

Missouri coach Robin Pingeton said sophomore forward Kayla McDowell will be able to receive a medical redshirt for the 2014-15 season.

COMMENTARY: Shamburger showing Anderson's vision one loose ball at a time

Missouri's senior guard has hustled his way toward plenty of scratches and bruises this season.

D'Angelo Allen: a rare freshman who has found his role for Missouri basketball

Missouri's five freshman have all come along at different rates. D'Angelo Allen might not be the most prolific scorer of the bunch, but he's earned the trust of first-year coach Kim Anderson.

Missouri women's basketball fights through adversity to beat Northern Illinois

The Missouri women's basketball team overcame a barrage of recent injuries, the pressures of finals week and a condensed schedule to defeat Northern Illinois on Sunday.

Xavier avoids Missouri sparks and crushes the Tigers

Highly-recruited freshman Jakeenan Gant played well in his first game for Missouri men's basketball.

Missouri freshman Jakeenan Gant reinstated

The 6-foot-8 forward could provide an immediate boost to a lagging frontcourt.

The 3-pointer: Allen's nickname, Anderson's regret and the largest crowd of the season

D'Angelo Allen has a funny nickname, Kim Anderson talked about what he would do differently and Missouri players were thankful for Mizzou Arena's largest crowd of the season.

 

Defense comes through against Colorado for Missouri women's basketball

A strong second-half defensive performance from the Missouri women's basketball team led the Tigers to a 53-50 victory over Colorado on Friday night.

Xavier coach Chris Mack previews basketball game against Missouri

The Tigers face the Musketeers at 3 p.m. Saturday at Mizzou Arena and will go up against Xavier big man Matt Stainbrook, whose 70.8 percent field goal percentage is fourth in the nation.

Missouri women's basketball starting forward suffers 'possible ACL tear' in Friday's win

Missouri sophomore forward Kayla McDowell went down with 8:57 left in the game. Coach Robin Pingeton fears it could be an ACL tear.



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