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Missouri Basketball 16-17

Mizzou’s 2016-17 financials were subpar. But I guess we knew that.

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

Mizzou didn’t offer OG Anunoby

Jefferson City graduate OG Anunoby was taken in the first round of the 2017 NBA draft. Mizzou, 30 minutes away, did not offer him a scholarship.

The #RallyForRyan goes to Congress

Former Missouri basketball assistant Brad Loos took his #RallyForRhyan cause to Congress as part of Childhood Action Cancer Day.

Michael Porter Jr. put a ring on it

Here are today’s Mizzou Links.

Postseason review: Mitchell Smith

Mitchell Smith tore his ACL before Missouri fans got to see too much of him.

2016-17 postseason review: Reed Nikko

Reed Nikko flashed enough through an injury-plagued freshman season to make Mizzou fans believe in a bright future.

Postseason review: Frankie Hughes

Missouri’s Frankie Hughes started with a bang and finished strong. It was the middle part that didn’t go too well.

Walton and Hughes to transfer

Missouri has confirmed that K.J. Walton and Frankie Hughes are transferring.

Postseason review: Jordan Geist

Often described as a pest, Jordan Geist made his mark at Mizzou by doing a lot of little things to help the team.

Postseason review: K.J. Walton

Missouri’s K.J. Walton is really good at some things and quite bad at others.

Postseason review: Terrence Phillips

The on- and off-the-court leader for Missouri’s program endured an up-and-down season for the Tigers.

Postseason review: Kevin Puryear

Over the last few years, few Mizzou basketball players have had as much written about them as Kevin Puryear.

Postseason review: Jordan Barnett

Jordan Barnett, a transfer from Texas, mostly lived up to high expectations at Missouri, even if the win total didn’t reflect it.

Postseason review: Russell Woods

Former JUCO forward Russell Woods was a pleasant surprise for Missouri in parts of 2016-17.

Martin a job-hopper? Eh, not really

Missouri’s Jim Sterk wasn’t bothered by Cuonzo Martin’s ‘job-hopper’ rep, and with good reason

Sterk and Martin: “'No bulls***' kinda guys”

Reactions from Cuonzo Martin’s introductory press conference as Missouri head basketball coach.

An official Cuonzo welcome

Cuonzo Martin will get his official Mizzou welcome at a Mizzou Arena "campus celebration" on Monday afternoon.

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Cuonzo Martin is Mizzou's new coach

Martin, who has spent the past three seasons as head coach at the University of California, has averaged 20.7 wins in nine seasons as a head coach with seven postseason appearances to his credit.

Throwback Thursday: Cuonzo Martin, high school star

A look back at a profile of Missouri head coach Cuonzo Martin when he was a high school star at East St. Louis Lincoln High School.

Martin will get a chance to retain CJ Roberts

A discussion with the father of Missouri signee CJ Roberts on the Tigers’ hire of Cuonzo Martin and Roberts’ future plans.

Cuonzo Martin is Mizzou’s new head coach

The former Missouri State, Tennessee, and California head coach has won 186 games in nine seasons.

Season’s over for Crean and Cuonzo

Missouri’s basketball coaching search has been in a bit of a holding pattern. We’ll see if that changes now that the season is over for Indiana’s Tom Crean and Cal’s Cuonzo Martin.

The waiiiiiiiting is the harrrrdest part

Thoughts on the ongoing Missouri basketball head coaching search.

It’s a good time for a coaching search

The combination of experienced candidates and Missouri’s willingness to spend some money make this a pretty good time for the Tigers to be looking for a basketball coach.

5 years

It’s been 5 long years for Missouri basketball, from the Tigers’ 2012 Big 12 Tournament win to the present.

Kim Anderson leaves a tough but playable hand

Stats and analysis from Missouri’s season-ending loss to Ole Miss in the SEC Tournament on Thursday.

And now we wait

Kim Anderson’s time at Missouri has officially ended following the Tigers’ loss to Ole Miss on Thursday. Now the attention goes to athletic director Jim Sterk and his search.

R.I.P Mizzou Basketball 2016-17

The run came to an end at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, ending the Kim Anderson era at Missouri.

Missouri wasn’t ready for the season to end

Stats and analysis from Missouri’s 86-83 last-second win over Auburn in the first round of the SEC Tournament.

Do not go gentle into that good night, young Tigers

One more night, let’s just let it ride...

There’s at least 1 more game to play

Missouri’s basketball coaching search rolls on, but the team has tat least one more game to play: The Tigers face Auburn on Wednesday night in the SEC Tournament.

You have to call Gregg Marshall first

Gregg Marshall is one of the best coaches in college basketball. Missouri at least has to check in with him before going anywhere else with its coaching search.


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