MU Men's Basketball
After a relatively quiet first half, the inside forward tandem of Leo Lyons and DeMarre Carroll exploded at the outset of the second period.
The Missouri men’s basketball team has the chance to end its nonconference schedule on a high note Tuesday night against UMKC.
The MU men’s basketball team will have to wait until next year to end its losing streak in nonconference road games after Sunday's loss at Mississippi State.
It's been four years since Missouri beat a non-conference foe in an away game.
The Missouri men’s basketball team imposed its will on the Coppin State Eagles on its way to a 72-38 victory Thursday night at Mizzou Arena.
“One game does not make a season,” Tigers coach Mike Anderson said after his team's loss to Illinois.
It seems like with each game, the MU men's basketball team is adding a new wrinkle to its defensive scheme.
After failing to get off a potentially game-winning shot in last year's loss, the MU men's basketball team was defeated again in the annual Braggin' Rights game against Illinois, making two costly turnovers in the final seconds.
MU’s most recent victory against the Illini wasn’t even in this decade. It came in 1999 by a score of 78-72.
Matt Lawrence, the Missouri men's basketball team's 3-point specialist, is one of few who had black and gold ingrained in him well before he stepped foot on campus.
DeMarre Carroll and Leo Lyons led the Missouri men's basketball team to victory against North Carolina A&T.
The Tigers had only one day to prepare for Monday's basketball game against North Carolina A&T, but the players say they view it as a positive.
Missouri eases past McNeese State
Guard Stefhon Hannah and forward DeMarre Carroll are leading the MU men's basketball team in scoring — and fouls.
Marshall Brown's words send Missouri to victory
Keaton Grant returns to Mizzou Arena with Purdue.
Former Missouri star appeared in four games for the NBA team.
The Tigers men's basketball team says it must rebound well Saturday against Purdue.
Even with higher expectations this season, attendance has fallen by nearly 900 fans per game through the first four Missouri men’s basketball games.
The Tigers played well in the first half on their way to a halftime lead against California Saturday night in Berkeley, Calif. But the Golden Bears outscored the Tigers by 22 points in the second half.