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Mizzou Links: Jabari Brown scores 7 points in his Laker debut

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Jabari Brown scores seven points on his Laker debut, Tim Jamieson looks for wins, and Indoor Track celebrates one heck of a 50th anniversary.

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Jabari's Laker debut!

Seven points on six shots (3-4 on 2-pointers, 0-2 on 3-pointers), a couple of defensive rebounds, an assist, and a turnover in nearly 20 minutes. Certainly not a bad debut.

Can't find any video highlights from last night beyond a shot of him running the break with Carlos Boozer here. So instead, here are his ridiculous D-League season highlights.

And here's a Lakers Nation interview. Welcome to the league, Jabari!

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Over at Team Speed Kills

The Trib (Behind the Stripes): Greg Sankey named new SEC commissioner

Mizzou Tigers pennant A new D-League

So Arn Tellem wrote a pretty interesting "fixing the relationship between college basketball and NBA" proposal at Grantland. It's one of about 17 college basketball things that need fixing, but it's certainly on the list.

Grantland: D-League Deconstruction: The Necessary Plan to Fix the NBA’s Farm System

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Bruce Feldman posted this a couple of days ago. Gotta figure this catches on pretty damn quickly.

Fox Sports: Stanford Cardinal: An inside look at football's QB revolution

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MUTIGERS.COM: Ranked Tigers Set to Take on NCAA Championships
The Trib: Trio of Tigers gear up for national indoor track and field meet
The Missourian: Markesh Woodson rockets through Missouri record book to indoor nationals

Not Bad
MUTIGERS.COM: Track Celebrates 50th Anniversary of NCAA Title

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I'll bet he does
The Missourian: Missouri baseball's Tim Jamieson wants conference wins in contract year

Gymnastics
MUTIGERS.COM: Gymnastics Closes Regular Season Friday Against North Carolina State

A little more Rhoades
The Trib: Rhoades' personality, work ethic inspire commitment from staff, donors