MU Men's Basketball
Eight former players that appeared for Missouri in the last three years have played professionally overseas — some for a chance at the NBA, some to just keep playing.
Former Missouri basketball guard Jordan Clarkson was selected 46th overall in Thursday's NBA Draft by the Washington Wizards.
Tramaine Isabell, a three-star recruit from Seattle's Garfield High School, verbally committed to Missouri basketball Thursday morning, according to a Scout.com report.
Former Missouri basketball players Jordan Clarkson and Jabari Brown are expected to be selected in Thursday's NBA Draft. They would be the fourth and fifth Tigers to be picked in the last three years.
Shamburger plans to enroll in graduate school this fall and will be able to play immediately for the Tigers, according to the release.
Anderson, who took over the Missouri basketball team, will earn a total guarantee of $1.1 million.
Coach Kim Anderson announced Monday that Matt Herring will direct the Tigers' Athletic Performance efforts. Herring held a similar job for two years (2011-13) with the San Antonio Spurs.
Namon Wright, a top-100 recruit, recommitted to Missouri on Friday, while freshman Shane Rector announced his plans to transfer elsewhere.
Laurence Bowers averaged 12.9 points and 6.2 rebounds in his first professional season with Hapoel Holon.
Missouri men's basketball signee Namon Wright tweeted Thursday afternoon that he has been granted release from his national letter of intent to Missouri.
The challenge will feature 10 games between Big 12 and Southeastern Conference teams from Dec. 3-6.
Kevin Punter announced his decision Monday morning via Twitter.
Namon Wright's coach, Ivan Barahona, said that Missouri coach Kim Anderson will be in Los Angeles on Tuesday to talk with Wright, and Barahona made it clear that Wright is still heavily considering attending Missouri.
Small forward D'Angelo Allen is a three-star recruit out of Dallas.
Missouri signee Namon Wright is seeking release from his letter of intent after Missouri's recent coaching change, according to a Los Angeles Times report.
In addition to associate head coach Tim Fuller returning on Wednesday, Missouri men's basketball announced Thursday that Byan Tibaldi will keep his role as the Tigers' director of basketball operations.
New head coach Kim Anderson retains Fuller on his new staff.
Amid questions regarding Kim Anderson's viability as Missouri's new men's basketball coach, ESPN analyst Fran Fraschilla thinks Anderson is the right person for the job.
It started with a bike ride and ended with his phone constantly buzzing in his pocket. Kim Anderson, former Missouri basketball player, is the new Missouri men's basketball coach.
Missouri's new men's basketball coach Kim Anderson says that he wants to play a smart, hard-nosed brand of basketball on the defensive end of the court.