Found October 14, 2012 on
While the Missouri football Tigers continue to struggle during their first season in the SEC, the Mizzou basketball team is just getting ready to prepare for their inaugural season in the new conference.
One year removed from a 30-5 season under first year head coach Frank Haith, Mizzou will look very different in Haith's second season thanks to an impressive group of transfers.
One of those transfers is guard Keion Bell, who is a very athletic transfer from Pepperdine.
Bell showed off his athleticism at the team's Mizzou Madness event on Friday night. Bell dunked over six people. Check out the video here.
Bell will be an important part of Haith's team this season as the coach has to replace the production lost due to graduation of second round NBA draft picks Marcus Denmon and Kim English.
After sitting out last season due to transfer rules, Bell will likely add a scoring punch. Bell appeared in 20 games for Pepperdine in 2010-11, averaging 18.9 points per gam...
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Back when he was playing for Pepperdine, Missouri's Keion Bell jumped over three of his teammates during a Midnight Madness for an amazing slam dunk.
This year, he topped that feat by jumping over six fully grown people for the jam to open Missouri's Midnight Madness:
Missouri Tigers guard Keion Bell must have ate his Wheaties prior to Saturday's Mizzou Madness in Columbia. That's because the redshirt senior leaped over six people en route to a one-handed slam during the event.Although Bell has been in the Tigers program for two years now, this season will mark his first real action in a live game. The Los Angeles native transferred from...
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The Missouri Tigers might have lost to number one Alabama this weekend, but they won in the recruiting game as they added their second football commitment today from a Florida defensive lineman.
The Missouri Tigers fell behind early in the game, but came out after a lighting delay and continued to fight despite being overmatched by the number one team in the country, Alabama.