The No. 15 Tigers continued their dominance following losses this season with a convincing 73-64 upset victory over the No. 5 Sooners on Wednesday night in front of a sellout crowd at Mizzou Arena. The win moved the Tigers to 5-0 following a loss and to 18-0 at home this season.
Michael Anderson Jr., usually the Tigers' 12th man, was in the starting lineup Wednesday against Oklahoma
Oklahoma forward Blake Griffin leads the Big 12 Conference with nearly 22 points and 14 rebounds per game, and he is the heavy favorite to win National Player of the Year honors and be selected No. 1 in June's NBA draft.
KOMU's Chazz Maddy is the man behind the popular action-packed video montage shown on Mizzou Arena's scoreboard before the start of Tigers home basketball games.
Alyssa Hollins, Missouri's only senior, was called for a controversial foul at the end of the Tigers' 62-47 loss to Iowa State.
The No. 24-ranked Iowa State women's basketball team made 10 more 3-pointers than Missouri and shot 70 percent from behind the arc in the second half on Tuesday night.
After Saturday's win at Colorado, the Missouri women's basketball team got lost searching for a Dairy Queen.
After going 14-1 in nonconference play, the Aggies limped to a 3-7 start in the Big 12. All appeared lost. Now, coach Mark Turgeon's team has won four straight games to draw even at 7-7.
The Missouri men's basketball team had a chance to draw even with Kansas and Oklahoma in the Big 12 Conference standings. Instead, a 90-65 loss to the Jayhawks left the Tigers two games behind first-place Kansas. The significance of the game had weighed on Missouri's young players.
Even though Saturday’s 90-65 loss at Kansas was Missouri men's basketball player Leo Lyons’ best individual game against the Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse, it might have been his worst experience.
It was a tough day in Lawrence for the Missouri men's basketball team.
Missourian photographer Jakob Berr's pictures of Sunday's Missouri-Kansas men's basketball game includes a shot that brings to mind questions about the nature of the MU-KU rivalry.
No team members were hurt. One person in another vehicle was injured.
An MU freshman was the Tigers' fan behind the pterodactyl mask at the last MU-KU game.
With its first road victory since early January, the Missouri women's basketball team moved out of last place in the Big 12 Conference.
Sports editor Greg Bowers and reporters Luke Thompson and William Powell assess the Tiger’s performance this season.
Missouri men's basketball player J.T. Tiller is one of the Tigers' most intense players on the court. Off it, he can be one of the team's most gregarious members.
Coach Cindy Stein said trying to win close games has kept some young players from getting the experience they need.
MU is now 24-4 overall and 11-2 in Big 12 play. Missouri's next game is Sunday at rival Kansas.
Five players scored in double figures for the Missouri men's basketball team in the Tigers' victory Wednesday over Kansas State.