MU Men's Basketball
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.
On Wednesday, the Missouri men's basketball team won its 17th straight game at Mizzou Arena this season in a 94-74 triumph over Kansas State.
Darren Kent, a senior, has played for three different coaches and gone to the schools' first NCAA Tournament in 12 years.
The confidence Missouri men's basketball coach Mike Anderson raves about appears on a different stage when freshman guard Kim English reads one of his poems.
The Sooners played without preseason All-American Blake Griffin, who sat out because of a concussion.
The Missouri men's basketball team continues to roll through Big 12 competition with a win 66-53 Saturday over Colorado. Senior forward Leo Lyons' double-double led the Tigers.
Missouri senior guard Matt Lawrence has played an important role over the span of the last 10 games, showing an increased versatility.
The MU basketball team tries to focus and improve.
Oklahoma's Blake Griffin, who was named Big 12 Player of the Week for the fifth time this season, averages 22.8 points. He leads the nation in rebounding with 14.2 per game.
The Missouri men's basketball team, which beat Nebraska 70-47 Saturday, has developed a strong bond. Tigers coach Mike Anderson has called his squad "the ultimate team."
Missouri junior forward Keith Ramsey is coming off the bench again after a five-game stint as a starter, but he is still finding ways to contribute and impressing his coach.
Highlights from the game are captured in pictures.
Since a close loss in the conference opener at Nebraska, the Missouri men's basketball team is 3-0 in games decided by four points or less.
The Tigers used their late-game resilience to overcome a 14-point halftime deficit and beat the Kansas Jayhawks.
Rapper Lil Wayne appeared on ESPN's "Around the Horn" on Tuesday and discussed whether Missouri fans should have stormed the court after the No. 19 Tigers beat No. 16 Kansas on Monday.
Missouri forward DeMarre Carroll scored 16 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to keep the Tigers within striking distance against Kansas.
After struggling in the first half, Missouri guards Zaire Taylor and J.T. Tiller redeemed themselves in the second half.