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MU Men's Basketball

MU men's basketball team to hold free youth clinic

The Missouri men's basketball team will host a free youth basketball clinic Oct. 2 at Douglass Park.

MU men's basketball holding tryouts for walk-ons

The Missouri men's basketball team will hold walk-on tryouts at 6 p.m. Oct. 11 at Mizzou Arena.

Mitchell won't join MU basketball for fall semester

Dallas-area recruit Tony Mitchell missed the deadline to enroll for fall classes because of academic issues.

Raptors sign former MU player Kleiza

The NBA's Toronto Raptors have signed former Missouri player Linas Kleiza to a multi-year contract. Kleiza played with Greek club Olympiakos last year after four seasons in Denver.

Big 12 basketball coaches challenged by smaller conference

Big 12 basketball coaches agreed a 10-team conference will make it tougher to put together glittering records in what has been one of the most rugged leagues in the country.

Nuggets make offer to Kleiza

The Denver Nuggets have made a qualifying offer to restricted free agent Linas Kleiza, a former Missouri player who spent the past season in Greece.

Texas decision to stay in Big 12 pleases Missouri officials

MU Chancellor Brady Deaton and Missouri Athletics Director Mike Alden both said they were pleased with the news Monday night out of Austin, Texas.

One-year athletic scholarships drawing attention

The antitrust division of the U.S. Justice Department is investigating the one-year renewable scholarship, what the NCAA describes as one-year, "merit-based" award that requires both demonstrated academic performance as well as "participation expectations" on the playing field.

Good reasons for Missouri-Big Ten rumors

There are several good reasons why Missouri would be a good candidate for joining the Big Ten if the conference decides to expand.

Big Ten commisioner says demographics drive expansion discussion

Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany took questions on Tuesday at his conference's annual spring meetings in Chicago.

Move to the Big Ten does not mean step down for Missouri

After breaking down the stats on athletic success in the Big 12 and the Big Ten, it is difficult to say if either conference is better.

Missouri's Mike Anderson discusses Oregon men's basketball coaching vacancy

MU men's basketball coach Anderson said he waited until Saturday to make a decision on Oregon's offer to coach there so that he could talk it over with his wife, who was in Columbia. Anderson didn't comment on the details of the offer.

UPDATE: Missouri coach Mike Anderson says he's staying

Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson was pursued by the University of Oregon, but turned down the offer to remain at Missouri.

Oregon pursuing Missouri coach Mike Anderson

Missouri granted permission Thursday for Pac-10 school to speak with Anderson about its open coaching position.

Missouri signs top junior college men's basketball player

Ricardo Ratliffe, a 6-foot-8, 240-pound forward from Central Florida Community College, chose Missouri over Alabama, Arkansas, Cincinnati and Clemson.

Two Missouri men's basketball players decide to transfer

Missouri men's basketball players Miguel Paul and Tyler Stone said they are transferring in hopes of finding teams where they can gain more playing time.

Missouri freshman impresses in NCAA men's basketball tournament

Missouri freshman Michael Dixon Jr. scored a team-high 15 points against West Virginia in 17 minutes, about half the time played by most of Missouri’s starters in the team's second-round NCAA Tournament loss.

Anderson satisfied with Missouri men's basketball season

The Missouri men's basketball team lost in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, but MU men's basketball coach Mike Anderson said he considered it a successful season because of his team's lack of experience. 

Larger role on MU men's basketball team likely for Moore next season

Missouri sophomore Steve Moore had three blocks and two rebounds in 16 minutes Sunday against West Virginia, a sign he is set to take on a larger role with the Tigers next season.

Missed layups end MU men's basketball season

The Tigers had worked around poor shooting showings before. The difference Sunday, in a 68-59 season-ending loss to West Virginia in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, was that the misses weren’t open jump shots or 3-pointers. They were layups.



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