MU Men's Basketball
The Missouri men’s basketball team has needed Keith Ramsey to play almost entire games to anchor a thin frontcourt that has been struggling to replace the injured Justin Safford.
Missouri forward Steve Moore has worn contacts on the court, but he finally became fed up with them about three weeks ago and switched to a pair of goggles.
Saturday it was clear it has been painful for Justin Safford to abandon his jersey for regular clothes at the most important point of the Missouri men's basketball season. Especially as much as the Tigers missed Safford in a 77-56 loss against No. 2 Kansas at Mizzou Arena.
For Missouri to beat Kansas, its bench would have had to have a near perfect game. But instead it had one of its worst games of the season Saturday at Mizzou Arena.
This is what it's like to take on Missouri guard J.T. Tiller. The challenge: to make it halfway up the court.
Coming in off the bench, Missouri forward Laurence Bowers has been the Tigers' third highest scorer. But as a starter, things haven't been going so well.
The question might have changed from if Missouri will make the tournament to what seed it will receive.
Zaire Taylor made a buzzer-beater at the end of overtime to give the Missouri men’s basketball team a 69-67 win against Iowa State on Tuesday night in Ames, Iowa, the Tigers’ 10th conference win of the season.
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.