MU Men's Basketball
Justin Safford sat out of Saturday's 63-53 loss at Kansas State with a torn ACL in his left knee. Without him the three remaining forwards on the Missouri men’s basketball team held their own.
Missouri men's basketball forward Justin Safford will continue rehabilitation on his injured knee and will not undergo surgery for the time being.
The loss was the Tigers' sixth straight in Manhattan, Kan.
Missouri guard Zaire Taylor always takes the last shot during pregame shootarounds, a ritual he's had since the start of last season.
With Justin Safford out with a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee, the Tigers’ already thin group of forwards has been seriously depleted three games before postseason play.
Missouri men’s basketball coach Mike Anderson announced Thursday morning that forward Justin Safford has a torn left ACL (anterior cruciate ligament), according to a release from the Missouri athletics department.
When the Missouri men's basketball team was having a near perfect game, winning 92-63 over Colorado at Mizzou Arena, Tigers coach Mike Anderson still had plenty for his team to work on.
In high school, Justin Safford was a 6-foot guard, then a growth spurt turned him into a 6-8 forward. But his knowledge of guard skills like ballhandling and shooting makes him perfect fit for the Missouri men's basketball team.
Randy Wright, the public address announcer at Missouri men’s basketball games for the past 22 years, will work his last game March 6 when the Tigers close the season against rival Kansas before taking a job at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
Mike Anderson prefers to maintain a relatively tight seal around the inner workings of the Missouri men’s basketball team, causing him to come across as soft-spoken and gentle. But ask his players and you’ll get a completely different description.
The Missouri men's basketball team rallied back from an early 10-point deficit to earn a 74-59 victory Saturday at Nebraska. Tigers guard Marcus Denmon scored a career-high 24 points in the game.
This season's Missouri men's basketball team has plenty of holes in its NCAA Tournament resume, but ESPN's Pat Forde thinks the Tigers will earn a bid.
Keith Ramsey swarmed to the basket so frequently and aggressively it looked as if the rim was a magnet pulling him in.
Missouri sophomore forward Laurence Bowers, who is 6 feet, 8 inches tall, gets every inch out of his 7-foot-1 wingspan
Kim English, a sophomore guard on the Missouri men's basketball team, is known for his shooting touch. However, he is working hard to become a complete player by improving in all areas, especially defense.
After taking the lead in the final minute, the Tigers saw that lead dissapear in the final seconds, as Baylor tipped-in a missed free throw to win 64-62.
MU basketball fans chant "Steve" similar to the way MU football fans would chant "Spoon" for Sean Weatherspoon.
The Missouri men's basketball team defeated Iowa State 65-56 on Wednesday night in front of 11,760 at Mizzou Arena.
A broken nose, a suggestion from a former Tigers star and a second half that saw Missouri struggling to pull away from Iowa State all led to guard J.T. Tiller's best game of the season.
All three of the seniors on the Missouri men's basketball team have suffered physical ailments in the past week.