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Missouri fires coach Kim Anderson after three seasons - Mar 5, 2017


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Kim Anderson is out as Missouri's basketball coach, the school announced Sunday. Athletic director Jim Sterk said he asked Anderson to step down. "This decision has been very difficult for me personally because of the tremendous respect I have for Kim," Sterk said in the statement. "I know how hard he and his staff have worked to turn the program around over the last three years, however, the lack of on-court success has resulted in a significant drop in interest surrounding our program, and we could not afford for that to continue another year. "Kim has represented our program with character, integrity and class while dedicating himself to developing our student-athletes on and off the basketball court, and we are appreciative of his efforts and dedication to Mizzou and the Columbia community," he added. "Kim will always be a Tiger, and all of us are grateful for his contributions to our University as a student-athlete, assistant coach and head coach." Anderson took over a program in disarray after leading Central Missouri to the Division II national championship, but he went just 26-67 with the Tigers. That included a 7-23 mark this season. Their loss to Auburn in their regular-season finale Saturday was the program-record 35th consecutive road defeat. It left the Tigers 2-16 in the SEC, tying a program and conference record for losses. Anderson was a conference player of the year for Missouri before spending two stints as Norm Stewart's assistant coach. But despite his history with the Tigers, he never seemed to be embraced by an agitated fan base weary after the shaky tenures of Quin Snyder, Mike Anderson and Frank Haith. "Missouri is a special institution to my family and I, and I am grateful for having had the opportunity to serve as the head coach at my alma mater," Anderson said. "While we have faced significant challenges over the last three years and been unable to achieve the on-court results everyone would have liked, I do believe we have been able to stabilize the program while watching our players become responsible young men on and off the court." Missouri is the No. 14 seed in this week's Southeastern Conference tournament in Nashville and will face Auburn on Wednesday in Nashville. Just before Anderson's predecessor, Frank Haith, left, the school received a verbal notice of inquiry from the NCAA - Anderson said he wasn't aware of the investigation when he was hired. And last August, the NCAA accepted the school's self-imposed sanctions over infractions involving its men's basketball program, but tacked on an additional year of probation through this August. The NCAA infractions committee panel's findings over what it said were roughly $11,400 in improper inducements and benefits given to players and a recruit by two boosters came nearly seven months after Missouri admitted NCAA violations dating to 2011. Hoping to blunt NCAA punishment, the school announced in January 2016 that it was vacating its 23 wins from 2013-14, banning itself from the 2016 postseason and stripping itself of one scholarship last season and a second scholarship no later than 2017-18. The school, while agreeing to pay a $5,000 fine, also permanently banned one unidentified donor who the NCAA said provided impermissible benefits to three players and one recruit in 2013-14. The benefits included compensation for work not done at a business through a summer intern program, along with housing, $520 cash, local transportation, iPads, meals and use of a local gym. The NCAA concluded that a second booster also provided impermissible benefits to 11 basketball players and three members of a player's family. Missouri has said those benefits included reduced rates at a hotel along with meals and a boat ride, and that a student manager provided transportation. More off-the-court troubles could be looming. In November, a former tutor resigned and publicly said she can document at least a dozen instances of serious academic fraud involving men's and women's athletes during a 16-month period. Yolanda Kumar said she felt pressured to keep athletes academically eligible - particularly football and men's basketball players - and at least two academic coordinators for athletes in revenue-generating sports encouraged, promoted and supported her activities. The school has said it is investigating the allegations.
Courtesy of: usatoday.com   




Onyeka
Okongwu
USC makes a statement landing Class of 2019 four-star forward Isaiah Mobley - 2 days ago
USC ended a strong week of recruiting with another major statement on Friday afternoon as four-star Class of 2019 forward Isaiah Mobley (6'9''-SF) pledged to the Trojans. The second major Class of 2019 commitment for USC during the week, the 6-foot-9 power forward joins five-star big man Onyeka Okongwu (6'9''-F/C). The Compton Magic teammates should be able to help replace the loss of Bennie Boatwright and Chimezie Metu, with Mobley playing the skilled, floor-spacing Boatwright's role and...   [read more]

Zack
Dawson
III
USF signs Oklahoma State transfer Zack Dawson - 2 days ago
USF landed a major addition on Friday as the school announced the signing of Oklahoma State transfer guard Zack Dawson III (6'3''-G-98). The 6-foot-3 Dawson is a former consensus top-100 prospect coming out of high school as he'll have to sit out the 2018-19 season due to NCAA transfer rules. A native of the region, Dawson will have three years of eligibility remaining once he's able to play again. Dismissed from Oklahoma State on Dec. 14 for violating team rules, Dawson averaged 4.4 poin...   [read more]

Eron Gordon
Seton Hall's Gordon transfers to Valparaiso - 3 days ago
Valparaiso landed a big commitment on Friday night as former Indiana Mr. Basketball finalist and Indiana All-Star Eron Gordon (6'3''-G-97) announced that he was transferring from Seton Hall to Valparaiso. Gordon, who is the brother of Rockets guard Eric Gordon and the son of former Liberty standout Eric Gordon Sr., will sit out the 2018-19 season per NCAA transfer requirements and will have two years of eligibility remaining, beginning in the fall of 2019. Gordon averaged 1.5 points and 8.2 mi   [read more]


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