Found December 17, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Stefan Dunkovic, Serbian Assassin, Potential from up North, call him what you want, doesn’t matter anymore as No. 35 is no longer a Missouri Tiger. Sophomore Stefan Jankovic has decided to take his talents elsewhere. Jankovic wants to find a situation where he has the opportunity to play a larger role on the basketball court.  I don’t blame him. At 6’11″, Jankovic is a deadly three-point shooter and efficient free throw shooter that can also beat his man off the dribble and posterize defenders. Those were the trademarks that made Jankovic a crowd favorite at Mizzou Arena. These days transfers happen quite often in college.  So this isn’t a real shock. Coach Haith has built his program on mainly transfers up until now.  Jankovic was actually one of Haith’s rare recruits. As a freshman, Jankovic was asked to step in right away since Jabari Brown had to sit the first semester after transferring.  Lawrence Bowers missed games battling injuries along with Keion Bell and Tony Criswell mis...
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