2017 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/13W 99-44
- 11/1711L 83-82
- 11/18L 70-55
- 11/20W 67-62
- 11/26W 84-60
- 11/28L 62-52
- 12/3W 59-56
- 12/6W 81-55
- 12/1020L 79-60
- 12/17L 67-64
- 12/21L 75-66
- 12/29L 81-76
- 1/4L 88-77
- 1/7L 71-66
- 1/10L 77-72
- 1/14L 92-73
- 1/18L 68-56
- 1/21L 75-71
- 1/25L 89-74
- 1/2823L 63-53
- 2/224L 93-54
- 2/4W 83-78
- 2/8L 76-73
- 2/11W 72-52
- 2/15L 57-54
- 2/18L 90-70
- 2/2111L 72-62
- 2/25L 80-77
- 2/28L 60-43
- 3/4L 89-78
- 3/8W 86-83
- 3/9L 86-74
- Full Schedule
Cuonzo Martin is building quite the roster at Missouri, with Michael Porter Jr. and now his younger, Jontay, on the roster.
Michael Porter's size, shot-creation skill and scoring instincts will make him a coveted prospect next June.
Just how good is top-ranked Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr., and how can he improve? Here's the key info we learned at Adidas Nations, including breakout draft candidates and a sleeper for 2018's No. 1 pick.
It's the one-and-done era. Things change in a hurry. Last year at this time, it wasn't good to be Missouri. Now? Here comes Michael Porter Jr. Last year, Virginia's Tony Bennett could do no wrong. Now? Some wonder if his offensive approach works.
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
Spoke with Michael Porter Jr. last night i at the Stephen Curry showcase game in San Francisco. He mentioned that his younger brother Jontay was close to reclassifying and that he could really give the team a boost. He was complementary about Jeremiah Tilmon being the real deal. He thinks that the starting line up could be almost brand new this upcoming year. Missouri will be relevant in the SEC.
Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider
Michael Porter Jr., to ESPN on his brother, Jontay, reclassifying and playing together at Missouri this season: "He makes everything easier for everybody on the court ... He might not fill the stat sheet in term of points, but the way he attacks the game it makes it so much easier. I think him coming here alongside the other players we have here will be ridiculous. ... He's strong, and he really does it all. He can dribble, he's a really great passer and he can shoot."
Jontay Porter is reclassifying and will play alongside his brother, Michael Porter Jr., at Missouri, where their father is an assistant coach.
Missouri became an SEC contender overnight after Michael Porter Jr. signed with the Tigers. Catch up with the rest of the college hoops offseason with our A to Z manual.
If every collegiate basketball player were in a gym and you could pick whomever you wanted, who would make the roster? Michael Porter Jr. earns the No. 2 spot in this mock selection.
Police were called early Sunday after a Volkswagen Passat was driven through two gates at Mizzou Arena and onto the basketball court. A 23-year-old man was booked on suspicion of four counts of first-degree property damage and second-degree burglary.
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Missouri freshman basketball player Jeremiah Tilmon was arrested for possession of alcohol by a minor and released after being given a summons.
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 1 prospect in the nation, told ESPN that he wants to take Missouri to the Final Four next season.
Nobody had as big of a domino effect on the recruiting landscape as five-star Missouri commit Michael Porter Jr.
Michael Porter Jr. will be one of the nation's best, arriving at Missouri as the top-ranked player among the ESPN 100 for 2017.
It looks like better years are finally on the horizon once again for the Tigers, who will add 2017 No. 1 prospect Michael Porter Jr., among others.
Martin made a huge splash by signing No. 1 overall recruit Michael Porter Jr., but will the likely one-and-done star be enough to turn around the Tigers?
Paul Biancardi Basketball Recruiting
When I watch Jontay Porter I see some Sam Perkins. A big left handed post player who scores on the blocks with his back to the basket or with his face up game. He passes well and has displayed a high level of offensive effectiveness...Let's assume Porter goes into the class of 2017. The front-line next year at Missouri will be young but big. 6'10" Jontay Porter 6'10" Michael Porter and 6'10" Jeremiah Tilmon
Jontay Porter, who currently is the No. 26 player in the 2018 class, has committed to Missouri, where he will join his brother, the No. 1 prospect in the 2017 class, and his father, an assistant coach.
Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer
Jontay Porter told ESPN he hasn't decided whether to reclassify into 2017. "I'm gonna announce that decision later on," he said.