MU Men's Basketball
The Tigers (7-10, 1-3 Southeastern Conference) travel to College Station to play Texas A&M (11-5, 2-2 SEC) on Wednesday, looking for their first true road win of the season.
After opening SEC play with an overtime win over LSU, Missouri has lost three straight games. What is the cause of Missouri's losing streak?
Tramaine Isabell responds to first-half benching with eight second-half points.
Kevin Punter backed out of his commitment to Missouri when the basketball program was in transition last spring. On Saturday he'll play against the Tigers as a member of Tennessee's squad.
Coach Kim Anderson addressed Kentucky's rout of Missouri on Wednesday and hoped his team would move on.
Missouri forward Johnathan Williams III scored three points on 1-for-13 shooting in Tuesday's loss at Kentucky.
Missouri basketball plays top-ranked and undefeated Kentucky Tuesday in Lexington, Kentucky, on ESPN.
Missouri signee Kevin Puryear dropped 26 points against Hickman, and Arkansas signee Jimmy Witt poured in a game-high 28.
Missouri has had less than 48 hours to prepare for Auburn, which has been getting ready for the Tigers for most of the week.
Missouri sank 7-of-8 free throws in overtime to take down LSU in the SEC opener.
Missouri's D'Angelo Allen is excited to play his former rival, LSU's Jordan Mickey.
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.
Missouri basketball possibly faces a depth issue with guard Deuce Bello out for Thursday's conference opener because of an academic suspension.
Johnathan Williams III had another strong game, while Keanau Post had one of his best games for Missouri.
The 5-10 point guard was on an official visit to Missouri this weekend and attended Saturday's game against Lipscomb University.
The Lipscomb scout team used six players and didn't in-bound the ball at times to help prepare for Missouri.
Freshman Jakeenan Gant made his first appearance in the starting lineup Tuesday against Oklahoma State.
The Missouri women's basketball team won't make excuses, but an injury-ridden roster contributed to the Tigers' loss.
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 buzzer-beater went Missouri's way but eventually led to tough loss.