WES CLARK RUMORS & GOSSIP

Former Missouri guard Wes Clark has transferred to Buffalo, will play midway through 2017-18 season

Bulls add depth to the point guard position for the 2017-18 season Buffalo Bulls Men’s Basketball has added an impact transfer in former Missouri point guard Wes Clark. Playing three seasons for the Tigers, Clark was dismissed last February for not meeting Missouri Athletics’ academic expectations. In his junior year for Missouri, Clark averaged 9.8 points, 3.0 rebounds, and...
Via Bull Run
February 07, 2017

Missouri Basketball Has Dismissed Starting Guard Wes Clark

Missouri will be without one of its top players for the balance of the season. Junior Wes Clark, the team’s second leading scorer, has been dismissed from the team, according to a statement put out by the athletic department. “Wes Clark has failed to meet the academic expectations of Mizzou Athletics Department and is no longer a member of the men’s basketball program,”...
Via College Spun
February 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Mizzou makes it interesting but falls to Northwestern 67-62

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Tre Demps and Bryant McIntosh scored 13 points apiece, and Northwestern survived after blowing most of a 20-point first-half lead for a 67-62 victory over Missouri on Tuesday night in the third-place game of the CBE Classic.The Wildcats (4-1), who lost to ninth-ranked North Carolina in the semifinals, did not make a field goal for the final 5 minutes, 41 seconds...
Via Associated Press
November 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou improves to 2-0 with 73-55 win over Maryland Eastern Shore

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Wes Clark scored 15 points and a 3-pointer that sparked a second-half surge Missouri used to beat Maryland Eastern Shore 73-55 on Sunday at the CBE Hall of Fame Classic.Kevin Puryear and Terence Phillips scored 13 each and K.J. Walton added 11 for the Tigers (2-0), who made 23 of 33 from the foul line.Bakari Copeland opened with a layup, but Missouri quickly took...
Via Associated Press
November 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri's bad season takes turn for worse with loss of Clark to arm injury

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- After a pair of embarrassing losses, South Carolina coach Frank Martin challenged his team to find a leader. Sindarius Thornwell decided to step up. Thornwell scored a game-high 14 points and hit a critical 3-pointer with less than three minutes left to lead the Gamecocks (12-11, 3-8 Southeastern) to a 65-60 win over Missouri in a game between the SEC's bottom two...
Via Associated Press
February 11, 2015  |  Discuss

Mizzou's Wes Clark is growing up fast -- out of necessity

The transition from role player to primary creator for the offense always figured to come with a few growing pains for Missouri's Wes Clark. In a perfect world, coach Kim Anderson could have let the sophomore guard's game blossom naturally as more capable leaders carried the offense. But these young Tigers don't have that luxury, and their best chance at success rests on Clark improving...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Missouri beats Valparaiso 56-41

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Wes Clark scored 16 points and Johnathan Williams III added 10 to help Missouri defeat Valparaiso 56-41 on Sunday. First-year coach Kim Anderson got his first win with the Tigers after losing to Missouri-Kansas City 69-61 on Friday, but it didn't come easily. Missouri (1-1) led 24-23 at halftime despite no player converting more than one field goal. The Tigers finally...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
November 16, 2014  |  Discuss

McNeal: Three takeaways from Mizzou's loss at No. 3 Florida

You never really got the feeling Missouri would upset Florida Tuesday night in Gainesville, Fla., but the Tigers played the Gators even for much of the night. Then, in the final eight minutes, the Gators' SEC-best defense tightened even more than usual and sophomore guard Michael Frazier II hit three consecutive 3-pointers. What was a two-point Tigers lead with just under 10 minutes...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Toughness trumps touch in Tigers' road win at Auburn

Three TV takeaways from Missouri's 70-68 victory at Auburn on Saturday afternoon: Toughness there, shooting not so much After the Tigers lost to Georgia on Wednesday night, coach Frank Haith said he was most disappointed by a lack of toughness shown by his players. To win on the road, Haith added, Missouri would have to be tougher. He promised they would be, too. Tougher the Tigers...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
January 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Missouri bests West Virginia

Jordan Clarkson scored 25 points and Jabari Brown added 18 to help Missouri defeat West Virginia 80-71 Thursday night in the Big 12/SEC Challenge. Missouri shot 53 percent from the floor, but its defense limited West Virginia to making 42 percent of its shots. The Mountaineers entered the game averaging 85.1 points and shooting nearly 50 percent, but only made eight of 29 shots...
Via Associated Press
December 05, 2013  |  Discuss
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