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Missouri senior forward Laurence Bowers suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee during last nights win over Alabama. Todays MRI revealed no damage to the ACL or bone in that knee. Bowers will miss upcoming games vs. Ole Miss (Jan. 12) and Georgia (Jan. 16) and will be reevaluated at the end of next week.
Bowers, who missed all of 2011-12 due to a torn ACL, leads the Tigers with 16.9 points per game and averaging 6.9 rebounds.
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Missouri Tigers fans held their collective breath during the last few minutes of Mizzou's 84-68, the school's first ever SEC conference victory in basketball.
The reason Tigers fans may were holding their breath was because leading scorer Laurence Bowers left the game with six minutes remaining after appearing to twist his left knee.
After news from Andy Katz, Mizzou fans...
The Missouri Tigers basketball team was not able to celebrate its first-ever victory in SEC conference play for very long on Tuesday night. Not with the uncertainty surrounding leading scorer Laurence Bowers knee injury.
On Wednesday, more information was revealed regarding Bowers' status and the senior power forward will miss at least two games with a sprained MCL.
Missouri forward Laurence Bowers has a sprained MCL in his right knee and is expected to miss at least two games.
An MRI confirmed the extent of the injury, which occurred Tuesday night during a collision under the basket with teammate Phil Pressey. The school said Wednesday that the MRI revealed no damage to the ACL or bone.
Bowers missed all last season with a torn ligament in...
Laurence Bowers has been enjoying a big comeback season for No. 10 Missouri, leading the Tigers in scoring and second in rebounding entering the school's SEC debut.
Now he's hurt again.
The senior forward injured his right knee with about 6 minutes left in an 84-68 victory over Alabama on Tuesday night when teammate Phil Pressey landed on his leg underneath the Missouri...
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Tuesday evening, the #10/12 Missouri Tigers (12-2, 1-0) defeated the Alabama Crimson Tide (8-6, 0-1) by the final score of 84-68 in their first SEC conference game.