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Old 01-09-2013, 07:42 PM  
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****The OFFICIAL 2013 Mizzou Tigers Basketball Thread****

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Old 06-06-2013, 07:57 AM   #3901
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I read the ESPN story about Dixon's commitment. Prevailing attitude is that there's little chance he's given a waiver, and I guess that Alden has pilloried him any time another AD has asked about him. According to one, "[Alden] shredded him. He absolutely shredded him."

That's interesting to hear. I knew Alden didn't like Dixon, but didn't realize it was to that extent. Maybe his behavior at Atlantis put him over the top (he apparently hooked up with a different girl each night they were there).
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:40 AM   #3902
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MU will play Hawaii in Basketball this Fall at Sprint Center.

Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith didn’t need to be reminded how good Sprint Center has been to his program.

“We got a win streak going,” Haith said.
Five games and counting, all from the 2011-12 season. Missouri will look to extend the success on Nov. 16 when it meets Hawaii as part of the Tigers’ 2013-14 nonconference schedule, which was announced Monday.
The game will mark the Tigers’ first appearance in Kansas City since they joined the Southeastern Conference last year, though there was something of an SEC feel to its last trip to KC.
When the Tigers beat Baylor to capture the 2012 Big 12 tournament, Mizzou fans at Sprint Center chanted “SEC” in the game’s waning moments. Missouri had announced its new league affiliation about five months earlier.
That year the Tigers blasted two opponents in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic and swept three Big 12 foes.
But as Missouri’s first season in the SEC unfolded, there was uncertainty about the Tigers’ return to Kansas City for a men’s basketball or football game.
The hoop schedule for 2012-13 was set without a regular-season game at Sprint Center, and there would be no March conference tournament visit.
Tigers’ fans held out hope that Mizzou would be assigned to the NCAA Tournament second- and third-round regional site in Kansas City, with the prospect of meeting rival Kansas in the postseason.
But the Jayhawks were sent to Kansas City and Mizzou shipped to Lexington, Ky.
“This is a first step,” Missouri athletic director Mike Alden said. “Kansas City is very important to us.”
Before he joined Missouri boosters at the annual Kansas City Tiger Club golf outing at Oakwood Country Club on Friday, Alden met with Chiefs officials and the Kansas City Sports Commission to discuss future scheduling.
Nonconference football scheduling is on hold beyond 2014, Alden said, because the SEC will continue to have conversations about an eight- or nine-game league schedule.
In basketball, without a trip in March — the SEC is considering bringing its league tournament to St. Louis but not Kansas City — the Tigers have to look at November or December dates for a return to the city where its program has played more games than any outside of Columbia.
With Missouri and Illinois locked in the Braggin’ Rights game in St. Louis through 2017, and the Tigers playing an 18-game SEC schedule, fewer nonconference opportunities exist.
“It’s not an easy thing,” Haith said. “But we’re going to try and find a way to get back here as much as we can.”
Four of the top eight scorers return from last season, led by shooting guards Jabari Brown and Earnest Ross. But with Phil Pressey gone, who will play the point?
“That’s going to be a big question,” Haith said.
Freshmen Wes Clark and Shane Rector will get a shot, but looming as the most valuable newcomer is Jordan Clarkson, a combination guard who transferred from Tulsa.
“Do we want the freshmen out there from the get-go?” Haith said. “Time will tell how much load either of them can carry. But it’s nice to have Jordan Clark on your team to kind of give those guys a chance and not throw them to the wolves right away.”

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Old 06-11-2013, 07:42 AM   #3903
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Assistant coach Rick Carter leaving.

Missouri has lost assistant coach Rick Carter, Tigers basketball coach Frank Haith said on Monday.

“We’re losing one,” Haith said.
Carter was hired in 2012, joining the program from Western Michigan, and primarily worked with Mizzou guards. A connection with fellow Tigers assistant Tim Fuller — both had worked at Fairfield — helped Carter land the job.
Speculation suggests that Carter eventually will join the staff at Xavier, although no announcement has been made.
Haith was coy about Carter’s replacement.
“We’ve already got (replacement) in play,” Haith said.

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Old 06-11-2013, 07:43 AM   #3904
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Old 06-11-2013, 07:57 AM   #3905
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I hope he has some idea who is going to play point. If he doesn't, we're in big trouble
It seems like they'd LIKE to have Wesley Clark run the point from the jump, allowing Clarkson to play his more natural 2-guard spot.

It's hard to predict in June, though, how prepared a freshman PG is to play right away at the D1 level.

I'm a big fan of Clark and think he can contribute right away.
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Missouri basketball coach Frank Haith officially announced the hiring of former Drake coach Mark Phelps as an assistant Tuesday.

Phelps, a graduate of Old Dominion, replaces Rick Carter, who recently left to take a job at Xavier. Phelps is the seventh assistant Haith has hired since he took the MU job in April 2011. Haith hired Carter away from Western Michigan last summer when Ryan Miller left to become associate head coach at Auburn after spending less than three months on the staff.
“We are all so excited to welcome Mark into our basketball family,” Haith said in a statement released by MU. “I’ve known Mark for a number of years and have always admired his approach to the game of basketball. He is tireless with his preparation and gets the most out of his players because he is there putting in the work with them. When we had this opening become available Mark was my first call and it speaks well of Mizzou that we were able to recruit him away from some other great programs.”
Phelps, 47, posted a 77-86 in five seasons at Drake. His best year at the school came in 2011-12, when he led the Bulldogs to an 18-16 overall record and 9-9 record in the Missouri Valley Conference, which were both the best marks of his tenure.
He followed that up with a 15-17 season — which included a 7-11 league mark for the fourth time in five years — and was fired in March. Phelps, who spent 12 years as an assistant at North Carolina State and Arizona State, posted a 148-53 record at a pair of Virginia high schools from 1990-96.
“I’m extremely honored to have the opportunity to join Coach Haith’s staff here at Missouri and I want to thank Coach Haith, Mike Alden and the administration for giving me this opportunity to continue my coaching career as a Tiger,” Phelps said in the statement. ”It goes without saying, but I have a great deal of respect for Coach Haith and how he runs his program. He has distinguished himself as one of the elite coaches throughout his climb in our profession. We saw the fantastic job he did at Miami when we were at N.C. State and he has brought that same winning pedigree here to Mizzou.”
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FYI...Phil Pressey went undrafted last night. Oriakhi went to the Suns at the bottom of the second round.
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FYI...Phil Pressey went undrafted last night. Oriakhi went to the Suns at the bottom of the second round.
Pressey got picked up by the Celtics as a FA.
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Pressey got picked up by the Celtics as a FA.
Correct, but just kind of interesting after all of the "bottom of the first round" talk.
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Correct, but just kind of interesting after all of the "bottom of the first round" talk.
It's weird how completely different the NBA and NFL drafts are. It seems everyone already knows what's going to happen in the NFL draft but the teams pretend to be all secretive. Nobody knows what's going to happen in the NBA draft and they put out this all-access atmosphere around the league.
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And he'll be promptly cut after the summer league bullshit.
Do the Celtics even have enough players to fill out a roster?
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What does that have to do with Pressey?
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Got a transfer from louisville today...

here's his high school rivals page...

http://rivals.yahoo.com/missouri/bas...9KPY_bG3gQs5B4

and here is what the- year would look like if noone transferred out/goes to the draft early...

Wes Clark
JW3
Jordan Clarkson
Deuce Bello
Shane Rector
Torren Jones
Jabari Brown
Stefan Jankovic
Ryan Rosburg
Keanau Post
Chris Sandifer
Zach Price
& One more recruit(booker)


Who should we get now with only one spot left?
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