Found April 03, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Missouri Tigers guard Keion Bell may have inexplicably been missing in action during Mizzou's Round of 64 loss to Colorado State in this year's NCAA Tournament, but he will be in action this weekend during the Final Four.  Bell will be participating in this weekend's State Farm Slam Dunk competition on Thursday night on the campus of Georgia Tech.  Bell was limited to just 12 minutes in Mizzou's season-ending loss as head coach Frank Haith chose to give minutes to the now-departed freshman Negus Webster-Chan. Haith will not be able to limit the high-flying Bell this weekend as he will compete for a slam dunk championship crown.  Bell made noise before the season even began because of a side-show dunk he executed over six pedestrians during Mizzou's Midnight Madness event. You can check out the video below.  Related articles Missouri basketball: Inconsistency continues to plague the Tigers Video: Keion Bell executes a 360 dunk against Mississippi St...

Webster-Chan, Bull to transfer from Mizzou

The Missouri men's basketball team announced Tuesday that two reserve guards Dominque Bull and Negus Webster-Chan will transfer from the school. A release said the two players who recently finished their freshmen seasons will look for teams closer to home that can provide more playing time. Webster-Chan, a 6-foot-7 combo guard rom Scarbrough, Ontario, averaged 2.5 points...

Missouri basketball: 3 reasons Alex Oriakhi will have a solid NBA career

The Missouri Tigers were able to enjoy the services of center Alex Oriakhi for just one season. During that season, Tigers fans learned a lot about Oriakhi and he probably learned even more about himself. Head coach Frank Haith initally wanted to run the offense through Oriakhi and it was obvious early on that the former UConn center was not comfortable playing with his back to...

Negus Webster-Chan To Transfer From Mizzou

The University of Missouri announced today that freshmen Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull will be transferring. Bull’s decision does not come as a surprise, as he barely received any playing time last season. The news about Webster-Chan’s transfer, however, comes as more of a shock. #Mizzou announces that freshman guards Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull have decided...

Webster-Chan, Bull to leave Missouri

Missouri freshmen guards Negus Webster-Chan and Dominque Bull are transferring, citing concerns about playing time and a desire to play closer to home. Coach Frank Haith said Tuesday that he'd do what he could to help the players relocate. The 6-7 Webster-Chan made six starts early in the season before transfer Jabari Brown became eligible and averaged 2.5 points and two rebounds...

Webster-Chan and Bull To Transfer

The Missouri Tigers basketball program announced the transfer of two players from it's 2012-2013 team on Tuesday morning as guard Negus Webster-Chan and Dominique Bull will be transferring out.

Missouri Spring Practice Report 4-2-13

On Tuesday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers resumed spring practice in full pads on Faurot Field. It was sunny, but cool, and everyone appeared to be ready to get back to work.

Missouri Spring Practice Report 4-4-13

On Thursday afternoon, the Missouri Tigers resumed spring practice in full pads on Faurot Field as they are in the middle of busy week of spring football after returning from break.

Lucas Looking To Finish Business

Following Spring Break, the Missouri Tigers returned to the practice field in preparation for the 2013 spoke with senior wide receiver Marcus Lucas about spring football.
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