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Topic - Jabari Brown
Missouri junior guard Jabari Brown, an all-SEC pick who led the conference in scoring, announced he will enter his name in the NBA draft.
Earnest Ross sat back in his chair and stared at the ceiling of the interview room.
The Missouri Tigers put to rest any questions of whether they would be motivated to play in the National Invitation Tournament.
After an unbeaten run through the Southeastern Conference, top-ranked Florida reaped its rewards Monday.
Missouri was in position to pull off a defining victory, the kind of triumph that would surely win over the NCAA selection commission.
Keanau Post made a long-awaited first trip to the podium. After threatening his season total with 14 points and also setting a career best in rebounds, the Missouri big man was at a loss for words.
Charles Mann can now see a bright side to Georgia's rough start to the season.
Levi Randolph had not scored in double figures since tallying 14 points against LSU on Jan. 25. In the eight games since he scored a total of 22 points, while shooting a woeful 8 of 32 from the floor (25%).
Jabari Brown scored 24 points and made a last-minute play to help Missouri hold off Tennessee 75-70 on Saturday.
With six minutes to go Saturday, Jordan Clarkson hit a fadeaway and pumped his fist nonchalantly, as if he knew Missouri could finally catch up with Kentucky.
Kentucky's back to having fun.
Earnest Ross doesn't think he's being overlooked.
A look at five things to watch in the Southeastern Conference this week:
The Vanderbilt Commodores are so short-handed right now that they have no room for error. Hitting a season-high 12 3-pointers helps.
Earnest Ross made himself right at home in his old arena.
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Missouri junior guard Jabari Brown, an all-SEC pick who led the conference in scoring, announced he will enter his name in the NBA draft.
Brown said Wednesday he'll use the time to make an "educated decision."