Found January 31, 2013 on
Phil Pressey is one of the most talented point guards in the nation. The same Phil Pressey who had 19 assists against UCLA. Yes, the Phil Pressey who was named preseason SEC Player of the Year. The only problem is that Pressey's talents might be digressing.
Stats don’t lie. Well they don’t, but I am not using them here. I watch enough Mizzou basketball to know that his play on the court is starting to hurt this team.
Pressey is taking bad shots and he is missing open guys. Every coach that plays Mizzou game plans to stop Phil Pressey. It is a hard thing to do and a talent like Flip is a hard thing to stop.
Talent can only get you so far though. Pressey's greatest strength comes when he is sharing the ball and he has to start using his teammates.
Pressey’s supporting cast is not as good as it was last year, but it is the job of the point guard to make that supporting cast better.
A coach’s job is to put players in positions to be successful. While Frank Haith is th...
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Missouri Tigers head basketball coach Frank Haith was on top of the world last year. He was the head coach of one of the most surprising teams in college basketball and had all of these talented transfers coming into the program that were suppose to take Mizzou to new heights this season.
This season had all of the expectations of a run at the national title, but instead...
The Bayou Bengals will have their hands full on the hardwood tonight when Phil Pressey and No. 17 Missouri invade the PMAC. TSD previews the matchup and debates the merits of LSU's press against an opponent like Mizzou.
The Missouri Tigers hosted an official visitor that ShowMeMizzou.com reported on Monday night official visitor coming in that left today. He tells us about his visit and plans to finish up his recruitment.
The No. 17 ranked Missouri Tigers traveled to Baton Rouge, Louisiana on Wednesday night to take on the LSU Tigers in search of its first road victory of the season. Win-less in their previous road attempts, the Tigers were looking to get in the win column against a LSU team that entered the game just 10-7 on the season and 1-5 in SEC play.
Unfortunately, Mizzou's road woes continued...
On Wednesday night in Baton Rouge, the LSU Tigers (11-7, 2-5) defeated the #17/18 Missouri Tigers (15-5, 4-3) by the final score of 73-70.