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Kobe Brown’s younger brother Kaleb deciding this weekend

Mizzou Links for Thursday, August 20

A Mizzou hoops recruit is nearing a decision.

On Tuesday, 2021 point guard Kaleb Brown (Kobe Brown’s younger brother) announced his top six schools of Missouri (of course), Grand Canyon, Milwaukee, West Virginia, Minnesota, and Mercer.

Yesterday, Connor Stevens of TheGopherReport has learned that a decision is coming this weekend.

Here’s what Brown had to say about Missouri, which seems pretty positive.

“Because of Coronavirus I haven’t really gotten to visit anywhere else. Because of my brother there’s a good trust factor there with Coach Martin and the staff. They’re telling me I’ll have the opportunity to come in and play one through three, making plays and playing guard for them.”

Stay tuned.....

And another full day of NBA Playoffs means it was the Jordan Clarkson vs Michael Porter Jr. show. No, seriously!

In Game 2 between the Utah Jazz and Denver Nuggets on TNT Wednesday afternoon, both Clarkson and MPJ delivered in a big way. Off the bench, Clarkson had 26 (!!!) points, four rebounds, and three assists. Porter Jr. tied a team-high 28 points for Denver.

Here are a couple of the highlights:

Utah beat Denver 124-105, and the series at 1-1.

The Mizzou Bowl.....that’s what we’re calling it? Hey, fair enough! Game 3 is at 3:00 Friday afternoon on TNT.

Time for some links.......

Yesterday at Rock M

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(KC Star)

(Columbia Missourian)

(Columbia Daily Tribune)


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  • This is big, as the NCAA Division 1 Council says that student-athletes can compete in fall sports this year and not count against their eligibility.
  • Smart move by college hoops, as Orlando is becoming a favorable bubble spot for the early season tournaments
  • The Divison 1 Council recommends all fall championships to move to the spring
  • Mizzou Baseball outfielder Joshua Holt Jr. announces that he has tested positive for COVID-19. Get well soon, Josh!
  • After the Big Ten canceled their fall football season, Rutgers grad transfer Michael Maietti says he’s lucky to still be playing College Football
  • Just some cool video from Mizzou Fall Camp....

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