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2017 Schedule
8-24, 13th in SEC

AD: Missouri has 'had a quiet best year ever'

Missouri AD Jim Sterk discusses his first ten months, including a boost for basketball, a potential revival of the Border War, moving to the SEC West and football recruiting.

What to expect from Mizzou on the court (2:37)
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33dJohn Gasaway

Will Cuonzo Martin win in Year 1?

Martin made a huge splash by signing No. 1 overall recruit Michael Porter Jr., but will the likely one-and-done star be enough to turn around the Tigers?

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

When I watch Jontay Porter I see some Sam Perkins. A big left handed post player who scores on the blocks with his back to the basket or with his face up game. He passes well and has displayed a high level of offensive effectiveness...Let's assume Porter goes into the class of 2017. The front-line next year at Missouri will be young but big. 6'10" Jontay Porter 6'10" Michael Porter and 6'10" Jeremiah Tilmon

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34dJeff Borzello

ESPN 60 F Porter to join brother, dad at Mizzou

Jontay Porter, who currently is the No. 26 player in the 2018 class, has committed to Missouri, where he will join his brother, the No. 1 prospect in the 2017 class, and his father, an assistant coach.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Jontay Porter told ESPN he hasn't decided whether to reclassify into 2017. "I'm gonna announce that decision later on," he said.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

The next step for Jontay Porter, who just committed to Missouri, will be whether to reclassify and suit up next season. It's very much on the table.

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39dJeff Goodman

Six teams that could come from out of nowhere next season

Minnesota's solid season was a surprise. So too were Butler's and Florida State's. Who could do it next year? We took a look around, weighed in on some key arrivals and identified six to watch.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Missouri announces the addition of ESPN 100 big man Jeremiah Tilmon, who was previously signed to Illinois.

Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting 

Recruiting update. Kevin Knox Jr. no.9 in the 100 will be making his college decision tomorrow. Kevin Knox Sr. tells Espn it will happen between 7-8pm EST. He also said the final schools are still Duke, Florida State, Kentucky, Missouri and North Carolina. Keep an eye on this one...

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Five-star senior Kevin Knox announces that he will tweet his college decision on Saturday. Florida State, Duke, North Carolina, Kentucky and Missouri are the finalists.

Michael Porter Jr. headlines stacked ESPN 100 (3:27)
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New player rankings shift 2017 class rankings

The final ESPN 100 for the Class of 2017 brought about several changes to the class rankings. Michigan State is up. North Carolina is down. Which other schools moved?

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

In-home visit schedule for five-star Kevin Knox: • Tuesday: Florida State (6 p.m.), Kentucky (8 p.m.) • Wednesday: Missouri (6 p.m.), Duke (8 p.m.)

Team Stats

Points Per Game69.2272nd
Rebounds Per Game36.5129th
Assists Per Game12.1Tied-272nd
Points Allowed72.9198th

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record22-26
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances26