The halftime stat sheet foretold a career game for Missouri shooting guard-turned-power forward Kim English. The 6-foot-6 senior's locker room demeanor suggested otherwise.
English, the Big 12's leading 3-point shooter, hit 7 of 10 from behind the arc and scored a career-high 29 points to lead the 21st-ranked Tigers to an 88-59 victory over winless Binghamton on Sunday. But at halftime, despite 22 points and six 3-pointers, all English could think about were the 11 points scored by opposing forward Ben Dickinson, a 6-8 freshman.
''I really came out wanting to stop him more,'' English said. ''A shot's a shot. Those are shots we make every day in practice.''
English also fumed at halftime over failing to grab a single rebound for a team that starts four guards and a 6-8 forward in lieu of a traditional center. That statistic didn't change in the second half, but Dickinson scored just four more points as Missouri (6-0) rolled to another rout under first-year head coach Frank Haith f...