Found February 16, 2013 on STLSportsMinute:
Before the season began, Missouri Tigers guard Keion Bell made some noise during Mizzou's Midnight Madness festivities by dunking over six pedestrians from the stands. Earlier this week in Mizzou's dismantling of Mississippi State, Bell displayed his athleticism once again. With the game out of hand, Bell took a pass from point guard Phil Pressey and was all alone on the break. Rather than traditionally slam the ball with one hand, or even with two, Bell added some extra flare to his dunk, which accounted for two of the 24 points he scored on the night. Bell executed a 360 degree dunk during live game action. Check out the video for yourself. Bell is athletic freak and has displayed that athletic ability from the first day he put on a Mizzou uniform. While Bell has always been athletic, he just recently began to step up his play for the Tigers, taking on more of a leadership role through his hustle and defensive play, which has turned into more buckets on the other end...

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The Missouri Tigers basketball team finally won its first game on the road this season Wednesday night. Mizzou's 78-36 win over Mississippi State was the Tigers’ first win on the road since they beat Texas Tech 81-59 on March 3 of 2012. That is 348 days for you math majors.           Mississippi State is not the kind of opponent that Missouri should boast about beating...
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