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Missouri basketball picks up first SEC win of the season over Arkansas 83-78

Missouri basketball picks up first SEC win of the season over Arkansas 83-78

By Joe Noser | Feb. 5, 2017

The win snapped a 13-game losing streak, which was tied for the worst losing streak in school history.

Mizzou men’s basketball in danger of becoming irrelevant

Column: Mizzou men’s basketball in danger of becoming irrelevant

By Brendan Lavell | Jan. 31, 2017

As the Kim Anderson era winds to a near-certain close, the program is searching for answers.

Men’s basketball carries struggles into SEC play

Men’s basketball carries struggles into SEC play

By Joe Noser and Nick Kelly | Jan. 9, 2017

As the Tigers continue to lose games, Missouri fans question coach Kim Anderson’s future with the team.

Mizzou’s matchups against Illinois and Lipscomb are must-win games

Column: Mizzou’s matchups against Illinois and Lipscomb are must-win games

By Brendan Lavell | Dec. 21, 2016

Searching for answers to their early season struggles, the Tigers have to beat Illinois and Lipscomb to get their season back on track

Missouri basketball overcomes nearly nine minutes without a field goal to defeat Western Kentucky

Missouri basketball overcomes nearly nine minutes without a field goal to defeat Western Kentucky

By Nick Kelly | Dec. 3, 2016

The Tigers didn’t score a field goal for the final 8:32, but they defeated the Hilltoppers 59-56.

Column: Kim Anderson needs to lay his foundation in year three

Column: Kim Anderson needs to lay his foundation in year three

By Brendan Lavell | Nov. 8, 2016

To keep his job, Anderson needs to prove he can teach a young Missouri men’s basketball team how to grow together.

Missouri basketball assistant Corey Tate heads to Saint Louis

Missouri basketball assistant Corey Tate heads to Saint Louis

By Alec Lewis | July 29, 2016

St. Louis Eagles president Tim Holloway: “One would say from the outside looking in that something is going on.”

News and notes: Missouri basketball preps for trip to Italy

News and notes: Missouri basketball preps for trip to Italy

By Alec Lewis | July 27, 2016

Terrence Phillips: “Strength and conditioning has been times 40. That’s no exaggeration.”

SEC Storied film ‘Norm’ airs Sunday Night on SEC Network

SEC Storied film ‘Norm’ airs Sunday Night on SEC Network

By Alec Lewis | May 1, 2016

UNC coach Roy Williams: “The toughness that you saw in Norm, his team adopted that.”

Jakeenan Gant becomes fourth Missouri basketball transfer from last year’s roster

Jakeenan Gant becomes fourth Missouri basketball transfer from last year’s roster

By Alec Lewis | April 21, 2016

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Gant is interested in Georgia, Georgia Tech and Clemson.

Kim Anderson returns for a third year coaching Missouri men’s basketball

Kim Anderson returns for a third year coaching Missouri men’s basketball

By Alec Lewis | March 9, 2016

Mack Rhoades: “In the coming days Coach Anderson and I will review the season in greater depth and discuss any suggested changes that could benefit the program moving forward.”

Missouri suffers through disappointing season, finishes with record of 10–21

Missouri suffers through disappointing season, finishes with record of 10–21

By Tyler Kraft | March 8, 2016

The freshmen class provided Missouri’s lone bright spot in what was a dismal season.

Missouri provides hope for the future over mini win streak

Missouri provides hope for the future over mini win streak

By Tyler Kraft | Feb. 23, 2016

Missouri’s underclassmen gave glimpses of what they could become in the future.

Missouri upsets South Carolina for 10th win of the season

Missouri upsets South Carolina for 10th win of the season

By Tyler Kraft | Feb. 16, 2016

Coach Kim Anderson: “These guys have worked really hard. They were unbelievably ready to play tonight.”

Column: The 'Rally for Rhyan' game was a win for everyone

Column: The 'Rally for Rhyan' game was a win for everyone

By Alec Lewis | Feb. 14, 2016

Brad Loos: “This is a little girl that of the 10,000 here, 9,500 probably have never met her."

Missouri wins ‘Rally for Rhyan’ game, raises over $50,000

Missouri wins ‘Rally for Rhyan’ game, raises over $50,000

By Alec Lewis | Feb. 13, 2016

Assistant coach Brad Loos: “You couldn’t have scripted this day any better than how it went today.”

Vanderbilt hands Missouri basketball ninth straight loss, 86-71

Vanderbilt hands Missouri basketball ninth straight loss, 86-71

By Tyler Kraft | Feb. 10, 2016

Rosburg hands in first career double-double in loss.

Missouri basketball falls to Ole Miss 76-73, loses seventh straight

Missouri basketball falls to Ole Miss 76-73, loses seventh straight

By Alec Lewis | Feb. 3, 2016

In front of 4,734 fans, the lowest number all year, Mizzou was able to ignite a late second half splurge of perimeter baskets, but it ultimately wasn’t enough.

Missouri men’s basketball struggles stem from lack of experience on court

Missouri men’s basketball struggles stem from lack of experience on court

By Tyler Kraft | Feb. 2, 2016

While Missouri may be seen like a team of the future, the present is becoming increasingly painful.

New transfer Jordan Barnett was the bright spot on night against Georgia

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 21, 2016

With Barnett watching, those that watched Barnett score 43 points and grab 20 rebounds in the 2014 state championship against Hickman at Mizzou Arena had to have been salivating.

Missouri falls to South Carolina, but Wes Clark has career day

Missouri falls to South Carolina, but Wes Clark has career day

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 16, 2016

It was Clark that kept Mizzou in the game. Ultimately, the Tigers lost, but the effort and the fight wasn’t the problem in the slightest.

In wake of NCAA violations, Kim Anderson looks to carry Missouri basketball program forward

In wake of NCAA violations, Kim Anderson looks to carry Missouri basketball program forward

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 13, 2016

Dave Matter reports that Mark Tuley is reported donor in violations involved with Missouri basketball.

Three things Missouri Basketball must do to beat Arkansas on Tuesday

Three things Missouri Basketball must do to beat Arkansas on Tuesday

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 11, 2016

Hosting Arkansas (8-7, 2-1) at 8 p.m. Tuesday night on the SEC Network, Anderson and Mizzou (8-7, 1-1) will need to mirror that readiness against former Missouri coach Mike Anderson’s “40 minutes of hell” strategy.

D’Angelo Allen sparks Missouri Tigers’ win over Auburn

D’Angelo Allen sparks Missouri Tigers’ win over Auburn

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 10, 2016

Anderson said: “I just thought our activity was really good and that’s the way we have to play. I don’t even know who played what minutes, but everybody I thought came in and contributed and for us to win, we have to do that.”

Three things Missouri must do to beat Auburn on Saturday

Three things Missouri must do to beat Auburn on Saturday

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 9, 2016

Like former football coach Gary Pinkel used to say, “you have to take it one game at a time.”

Wes Clark scores career-high 22 points in win against Savannah State

Wes Clark scores career-high 22 points in win against Savannah State

By Alec Lewis | Jan. 3, 2016

Kim Anderson: “Wes (Clark) has done that these last two to three games. It's certainly a big boost to us. I'm glad to see him have success.”

Missouri defeats Wofford in season opener

By Alec Lewis | Nov. 14, 2015

Outside of last year’s 21-point performance by Teki Gill Caesar, Mizzou hasn’t had a 20-point outing by a freshman like Kevin Puryear’s tonight since Jevon Crudup in 1990.

Tempo is key to Missouri men's basketball opener against Wofford

By Alec Lewis | Nov. 13, 2015

Last time Mizzou faced Wofford, the Tigers defeated the Terriers in the Hearnes Center by a score of 86-60 to open its 1995-96 season.

In Print: Sophomore Gill-Caesar to transfer from Mizzou

By Andrew McCulloch | July 15, 2015

Gill-Caesar averaged 9.1 points and 3.0 rebounds last season.

J-Flee: Johnathan Williams III to leave Missouri

In Print: J-Flee: Johnathan Williams III to leave Missouri

By Daniel Witt | April 1, 2015

Missouri fans can now anticipate the gold Nike Mizzou basketball jerseys with No. 3 on the back to be on clearance at the campus bookstore. Sophomore forward Johnathan Williams III, arguably the current face of Mizzou basketball, is expected to transfer from Mizzou. He has already notified head coach Kim ...

Column: It’s OK, Wes

By Daniel Schmidt | Jan. 28, 2015

Wes Clark may have missed his free throws, but he secured my heart.

‘Shamburger Helper’ provides much-needed consistency

In Print: ‘Shamburger Helper’ provides much-needed consistency

By Will Jarvis | Jan. 21, 2015

Shamburger leads the Tigers in minutes, assists and free throw percentage.

In Print: Tigers prepare for legendary matchup

By Will Jarvis | Dec. 20, 2014

“I’m going to tell them ahead of time,” Anderson said. “But when they walk out on the floor, they’re going to see this is a pretty big game with an NCAA Tournament atmosphere.”

Column: Give Mizzou basketball some time, Tiger fans

By Daniel Schmidt | Nov. 19, 2014

The Tigers have made the extra pass against Valparaiso, which was a rarity in the Haith era.

Anderson continues testing three-guard lineup

In Print: Anderson continues testing three-guard lineup

By Daniel Witt | Nov. 12, 2014

The coaches take statistics of every shot taken every day.

In Print: Anderson pieces together coaching identity

By Daniel Witt | Nov. 12, 2014

Said Anderson of his time with Bob Knight: “That’s a free clinic.”

Anderson teaches players to ‘make the extra pass’

In Print: Anderson teaches players to ‘make the extra pass’

By Michael Natelli | Nov. 4, 2014

The new Missouri men’s basketball coach has also had his team practice a zone defense.

In Print: Home, sweet Hearnes for Anderson

By Daniel Witt | Oct. 29, 2014

Kim Anderson played in the Hearnes Center in the 1970s. Now, 40 years later, he returns as a head coach.

Kim Anderson is ready

Feature: Kim Anderson is ready

By Will Jarvis | Oct. 29, 2014

“I’m looking forward to coaching these guys more than I am talking about it," he said.

In Print: Men’s basketball goes on retreat

By Michael Natelli | Oct. 29, 2014

On the weekend of October 17-20, the Missouri men’s basketball team took a retreat to Moberly, Missouri, to do some team bonding with the season less than a month away. The retreat was not announced, as coach Kim Anderson “wanted to keep it quiet,” with the goal being to ...

Sports Blog: Bello wins Black and Gold dunk contest

Posted to Sports Blog by Michael Natelli on Oct. 14, 2014 at 11:19 p.m.

The Missouri men’s and women’s basketball programs hosted their annual Black and Gold Game intrasquad scrimmages on Tuesday night, and while both were entertaining, the entertainment highlight of the night came from the dunk contest that came in between the two. Freshman forward Jakeenan Gant, sophomore guard Wes ...

In Print: Gant, Allen arrested on charges of assault

By Aaron Reiss | Sept. 16, 2014 | Updated Sept. 17, 2014 at 10:49 a.m.

The charges are misdemeanors.

In Print: Anderson is the right choice, if not flashy

By Nick Yahl | May 7, 2014

Anderson has a trait that MU’s past three coaches didn’t: he’s from Missouri.

After 15 years, Kim Anderson has made it home

In Print: After 15 years, Kim Anderson has made it home

By Aaron Reiss | April 29, 2014

A former Missouri assistant coach and cager, Anderson was turned down for the head coaching job in 1999. Now, he’s back.

New coach, old tricks: Kim Anderson is head coach

In Print: New coach, old tricks: Kim Anderson is head coach

By Matt Muenzberg | April 29, 2014

Norm Stewart disciple Kim Anderson wants revive legendary coach’s style of play.

Sports Blog: Kim Anderson replaces Haith as men’s basketball coach

Posted to Sports Blog by Matt Muenzberg on April 28, 2014 at 3:50 p.m.

Kim Anderson, the former helmsman at Central Missouri, is latest head coach of the Missouri basketball program, MU announced Monday. The university will introduce Anderson, a former player and assistant coach at Missouri, during a press conference Tuesday at 10 a.m. “We are pleased and excited to have Kim ...

Kim Anderson replaces Haith as men’s basketball coach

Kim Anderson replaces Haith as men’s basketball coach

By Jack Witthaus and Matt Muenzberg | April 28, 2014 | Updated April 29, 2014 at 11:42 a.m.

CMU helmsman went to division-II Final Four.