MU Men's Basketball

Missouri beats N.C. State 68-64

Missouri bested North Carolina State 68-64 on Saturday. The Tigers' Jabari Brown came up with a big 3-pointer in the final minute of play.

Missouri basketball takes No. 25 ranking to North Carolina State

Missouri (10-1, No. 25) will play North Carolina State (9-2) at 7 p.m. CT Saturday in Raleigh, N.C. The game will be televised on ESPN2.

Former Missouri forward Jankovic commits to Hawaii

Former Missouri forward Stefan Jankovic has committed to the University of Hawaii, according to a report by the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.

Braggin' Rights slip away from Missouri men's basketball team

Tony Criswell’s last-second desperation heave from beyond the three-point line sailed wide, clinching the 65-64 victory for Illinois.

Missouri men's basketball seeks 'Braggin' Rights' against Illinois

The Tigers will ride a four-game winning streak against the Fighting Illini when the two teams meet at 4:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Louis.

Freshman Johnathan Williams III making his mark for Missouri men's basketball

Johnathan Williams III is Missouri's leader in rebounds, but that wasn't his role in high school.

Arizona hold No. 1 spot; Missouri ranked No. 23

The Missouri men's basketball team is ranked No. 23 in the latest The Associated Press poll, which was released Monday.

Missouri basketball pulls away late to defeat Western Michigan

Missouri struggled all night to pull away from Western Michigan. Missouri coach Frank Haith is looking for his team, which is now 10-0, to get more consistent in its execution.

Missouri battling quick turnaround for Saturday's game against UCLA

After defeating West Virginia on Thursday night, Missouri has not had much time to prepare for Saturday's 11:30 a.m. game against UCLA.

Big challenges ahead for Missouri men's basketball team

Will the Tigers look back upon home matchups with West Virginia and UCLA as fond memories or as missed opportunities to strengthen their case to make a sixth-consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance?

Missouri basketball excited to be part of historic weekend

The matchup Saturday between Missouri football and Auburn is a bit more personal for Earnest Ross, who played for Auburn for two years before transferring to Missouri in 2011. 


Missouri basketball's interim coach Tim Fuller leads team to 5-0 start

Interim coach Tim Fuller's mission all along was to not lose a game, and he completed his mission as Missouri defeated IUPUI 78-64 Monday in the last of his five-game stint at the helm.

Missouri basketball rolls past Gardner-Webb; Antlers ejected from game

Missouri defeated Gardner-Webb 72-63 on Saturday in a game without its most conspicuous cheering section.

Confident Rosburg contributing to Missouri men's basketball success

After a quiet first year last season and an underwhelming first half against Southern Illinois last week, Missouri center Ryan Rosburg responded to a challenge from his coach and teammates to step up his play. The second year player finished the game strong with nine rebounds.

Criswell makes an impact in return from suspension

Missouri forward Tony Criswell performed well in his first game back after a suspension. His teammates praised his performance after the game.

Missouri basketball makes return to Sprint Center to face Hawaii

The Missouri basketball team heads to the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Saturday to take on Hawaii. The last time the Tigers played there was in March 2012 when they defeated Baylor to claim the Big 12 Championship.

Missouri men's basketball signs top-50 recruit Jakeenan Gant

Jakeenan Gant signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday to play basketball at Missouri.

Missouri basketball led by high-scoring trio in win over Southern Illinois

Interim coach Tim Fuller trusted Jordan Clarkson, Earnest Ross and Jabari Brown in Missouri's 72-59 win over Southern Illinois on Tuesday.

Tigers' three-pointers dazzle in win over Lions

Missouri almost shot as well from behind the arc (52%) than it did from the foul line (56%) in an 89-53 win over Louisiana State on Friday night.

New NCAA hoops rules designed to increase scoring

College basketball rule changes were put in this season after scoring in Division I dropped to 67.5 points per game in 2012-13, the lowest since 1951-52 — long before the shot clock and 3-point shot were added — and the fourth straight season it had decreased.