MU Men's Basketball
It was hard not to notice Missouri’s gangling 6-foot-8-inch, 205-pound forward during the Tigers’ season-opening 83-68 win against Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday night in front of 6,986 at Mizzou Arena.
When senior captain J.T. Tiller left the game with an ankle injury early in the second half, Missouri's bench players filled the void in the Tigers' 83-68 win over Tennessee-Martin on Tuesday at Mizzou Arena.
The Missouri men’s basketball team won its season-opener against Tennessee-Martin 83-68 on Tuesday night at Mizzou Arena.
Being in the proper physical shape to play "The Fastest 40 Minutes in Basketball" is no easy task, but the Missouri men's basketball team has developed a unique training program to help it get there.
Guard Marcus Denmon scored 11 of his 13 points in the second half to help the Missouri men's basketball team beat Northwest Missouri State 83-60 in an exhibition game Friday night at Mizzou Arena.
Keon Lawrence, a former MU basketball player who now plays at Seton Hall University, was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license when he caused a wrong-way crash on Garden State Parkway, authorities say.
Missouri basketball proved that its press is here to stay, making fast work of Truman State during a 96-33 win in front of 8,120 – including a nearly-full student section – at Mizzou Arena.
Several Missouri basketball players will have new roles this season. One of those players, junior Justin Safford, is trying to become a leader for a young Tigers squad.
Freshman men's basketball player Michael Dixon Jr. received a lot more than playing time during Missouri's annual Black and Gold game Friday night — he received a pardon.
Missouri linebacker Sean Weatherspoon leads all Missouri athletes in Twitter followers, beating Missouri basketball player Kim English in a contest that started this August.
Talk of all the key players who have returned to their teams this season dominated the Big 12 Conference men's basketball media day Thursday. But Missouri is looking to remain competitive while replacing its three leading scorers from a season ago.
UM System President Gary Forsee and Missouri Governor Jay Nixon picked teams Tuesday for Friday's Black & Gold men's basketball scrimmage.
With the loss of seniors DeMarre Carroll, Leo Lyons and Matt Lawrence, the basketball team not only lost nearly half of its 81 points a game, but who it was.
New players may need time to get used to Missouri basketball coach Mike Anderson's high-intensity practices.
J.T. Tiller, preseason candidate for the John R. Wooden Player of the Year award, leads the Tigers in their follow-up after a school-record 31 wins last year.
After a season that ended with an appearance in the Elite Eight, the Tigers will begin practice Friday picked to finish seventh in the Big 12 Conference.
J. T. Tiller has missed just two of the Missouri women’s volleyball team’s nine home games so far this season, becoming one of the Tigers' most loyal fans.
The Black and Gold Game will be held on 8 p.m. Oct. 23 at Mizzou Arena. The event will kick off homecoming weekend festivities.
Keith Dewitt, a 6-foot-10 recruit that has signed with the Tigers men's basketball team, will not enroll at MU after failing to meet eligibility requirements.