Missouri's Michael Porter Jr. will play Thursday in SEC tourney opener

Tricia Pearson
March 10, 2018

Both teams agreed to not press or play zone. Georgia promptly responded with a quick 8-0 run to extend its lead back to eight. "I'm glad he actually got it out of the way". "We were just missing shots". Missouri bigs Jeremiah Tilmon and Kevin Puryear fouled out and Jontay Porter finished with four fouls.

"It's huge when you don't take advantage of leads like that", Kassius Robertson said. His younger brother Jontay Porter had a game-high 20 points and eight rebounds. He has not played since Missouri's November 10 season-opener against Iowa State, a game in which he played just two minutes.

The school said he would be out the entire season, Porter Jr. refuted that and said he would be back this season.

Can we at least have a concrete answer as to whether he will play or not this season?

The SEC Tournament will be carried on SEC Network and ESPN, with the quarterfinals, semifinals and championship game on the main network.

When the horn sounded and Missouri walked off the Scottrade Center floor, the countdown began for the NCAA tournament selection committee to untangle one of the biggest mysteries of March. Thursday or Friday might finally put an end to the will-he-won't-he-play game that fans and media have been playing for months. The two combined for just 10 points and shot 4 for 18 in the game.

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"Coach (Avery Johnson) just told me to race it up the floor to get to the basket", Sexton said.

Without Porter in the lineup, Missouri has rallied to a 20-11 record.

That's when Sexton took the inbounds pass and raced up the court for his winning shot. It was 118 days ago that he scored his last points.

This was a program that, five years earlier, was a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament before Norfolk State, of all programs, upset the Tigers. "I didn't think he defended at all, for instance".

Starks matched his career high with 23 points in the loss for Texas A&M, and Admon Gilder had 15.

A win Thursday for the Tigers would set the stage for a highly anticipated decisive third game of 2018 against a college blueblood whom Missouri has split its season series with thus far. He left several of his three-point shots short, including one that missed the rim entirely. "It's really how I feel, the flow of the game, and how he feels". "Something we can learn from is that the game's not over until the buzzer goes off".

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