JABARI BROWN RUMORS & GOSSIP
Jabari Brown hit a career-high five straight 3-pointers after an early miss and Phil Pressey responded from a shaky first half with 11 points and 13 assists, leading No. 10 Missouri to an 84-68 victory over Alabama in its SEC debut Tuesday night.
Trevor Releford had a career-best 26 points with three 3-pointers and topped 1,000 points for Alabama (8-6, 0-1), which has lost six of...
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January 08, 2013
Jabari Brown, playing in his first game since Nov. 17, 2011 when he was a freshman at Oregon, scored 12 points and No. 12 Missouri beat South Carolina State 102-51 on Monday night.
Brown, 6-foot-5, 205-pound guard, became eligible at the end of the first semester. He entered the game with 16:01 left in the first half. After a missed 3-pointer, he assisted on a fast-break layup by...
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December 17, 2012
(AP) -- After a nine-day layoff, Missouri expects to have an exciting new addition when it returns to the court.
Highly touted transfer Jabari Brown will be eligible to make his first appearance for the No. 12 Tigers on Monday night when they host South Carolina State.
After averaging 6.0 points in 25 12 minutes in two games at Oregon in 2011-12, Brown decided to transfer to Missouri...
A year after announcing on ESPNU as an Oakland High School senior that he would play college basketball at Oregon, heralded guard Jabari Brown appears to have chosen his next destination in a quieter fashion Monday. Brown, in a report by ESPN’s Diamond Leung, says he has committed to play for Frank Haith and Missouri. [...]
December 20, 2011
For the sake of Missouri basketball fans, hopefully the second time is a charm for talented, but increasingly well-traveled shooting guard Jabari Brown, a former top-25 player from the class of 2011. In the early season, Brown left the Oregon program after just 2 games. Brown is headed to Missouri to continue his college basketball [...]
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Jabari Brown/buzzbox.comBy Paul Seaver (TheArenaPulse) Oregon freshman Jabari Brown was one of the more highly-touted recruits from the class of 2011, and the headline figure in head coach Dana Altman's incoming class.However, after just two games as part of the Oregon program, Brown announced he was leaving the program and transferring elsewhere.On Monday, the news broke that...
After just two games in the 2011-12 season, Freshman guard Jabari Brown announced that he was leaving the Oregon Ducks.
Brown was the No. 13 ranked prospect and the No. 3 ranked shooting guard in the nation according to 247sports.com. Through two games, Brown averaged just six points per game and averaged 5.5 turnovers per game. Brown struggled, shooting only 27 percent...
by David Cassilo / @dcassilo
Jabari Brown was supposed to be the prized-recruit that helped Dana Altman turn Oregon around. Instead, after two games and just 12 points, the player ranked No. 19 by Rivals.com for the Class of 2011, has left the team.
While Brown is gone for now Altman, hopes he returns soon.
From The Register-Guard:
“I will say right up front I don’t want him...
Recruiting basketball sensation Jabari Brown was on the minds of Oregon, Washington, Arizona State, Cal and UConn. So when he enrolled at Oregon, head basketball coach Dana Altman was ready to bring Oregon basketball to the top. But Brown's stay with the team was short-lived. Just two games into the season, Brown is no longer listed on the team's roster, according to The...
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EUGENE, Ore. -- University of Oregon men's basketball coach Dana Altman announced that freshman guard Jabari Brown has left the program. Brown, from Oakland, Calif., started both games this season and averaged 6.0 points and 2.0 rebounds per outing.