Found March 16, 2013 on College Spun:
The Missouri basketball team’s regular season was a ride of ups and down. Each player on the team faced inconsistencies at different points throughout the year. Everyone expected Phil Pressey and Laurence Bowers to be the unquestioned leaders for this season’s team, but as Joe Walljasper pointed out in the game against Arkansas, there have been a couple of unlikely players stepping up for the Tigers. If there were a dispersal draft of the Missouri basketball team, Keion Bell would be my first pick at this point in the season. — Joe Walljasper (@JoeWalljasper) February 16, 2013   Walljasper’s tweet really started me questioning how I valued the players on Missouri basketball team. Phil Pressey has struggled all season long, but would I really pick Keion Bell ahead of him? I began pondering the order in which I would draft each Missouri basketball player. So, I recruited fellow CollegeSpun writer Andy Tabor to participate in a full pickup draft of the Mizzou basketball team with me....
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