Jordan Clarkson

Report: Missouri’s Jordan Clarkson to enter the NBA Draft

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Missouri will lose starting guard Jordan Clarkson to the NBA Draft, according to a report from Jeff Goodman of ESPN.com. Clarkson averaged 17.5 points, 3.8 boards and 3.4 assists this past season. Standing an athletic 6-foot-5, Clarkson, who transferred to Missouri after two years at Tulsa, is skilled enough to play both guard spots which [more]

Missouri clips Arkansas in key matchup of SEC bubble teams

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It’s a question that has been asked many times over the last month, and it’s a question that will continue to be asked until Selection Sunday: who from the SEC, besides Florida and Kentucky, deserve a bid to the NCAA tournament? On Thursday night two teams in need of wins, Arkansas and Missouri, met in [more]

Missouri basketball players support Michael Sam

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The University of Missouri community has rallied behind senior Michael Sam, which includes support from the men’s basketball team as well. On Sunday, Sam, the 2013 SEC Co-Defensive Player of the Year, announced that he was gay, and could potentially be the NFL’s first openly gay player with the 2014 NFL Draft scheduled in three [more]

Jordan Clarkson, Jabari Brown lead Missouri past N.C. State

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One week after dropping a one-point decision to rival Illinois, Missouri found itself trailing at N.C. State by ten with just over eight minutes remaining. T.J. Warren was proving difficult to stop, and freshman forward Kyle Washington was beginning to assert himself for the Wolfpack as well. But Frank Haith’s team responded immediately with an [more]

No. 23 Missouri’s soft schedule makes Saturday’s loss to Illinois painful

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Tracy Abrams answered a Jabari Brown three by drawing a foul and hitting two free throws with 4.6 seconds left as Illinois claimed Braggin’ Rights over No. 23 Missouri with a 65-64 win in St. Louis on Saturday evening. Abrams finished with 22 points and Rayvonte Rice chipped in with 14 for the Illini, who [more]

Missouri’s Jordan Clarkson off to a good start at point guard

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With Phil Pressey leaving school after his junior season for the NBA, Missouri had an important question to answer entering the 2013-14 season: who will grab the reins and lead the team from the point guard position? And with the team boasting an 8-0 record after beating West Virginia 80-71 on Thursday night, it’s become [more]