Missouri guard Cullen VanLeer is retiring from basketball after tearing his ACL in the Tigers' final regular-season game last season.
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The Wildcats received a boost from veteran grad transfer Reid Travis, who puts John Calipari's team ahead of the rest in the SEC.
- Missouri guard VanLeer retires after tearing ACL
- After slide, Nuggets' Porter Jr. vows to make good
- Porter: Injury reports 'got exaggerated a lot'
- Jontay Porter back to Mizzou for second season
Michael Porter Jr. slid out of the top 10 in Thursday night's NBA draft, ultimately landing at No. 14 with the Nuggets amid concerns about his back.
Michael Porter Jr., who appeared in only three games last season for Missouri because of back surgery, says recent reports on his injury status "got exaggerated a lot."
Missouri forward Jontay Porter has withdrawn his name from the NBA draft and will return for his sophomore season.
Representatives from Missouri, Rutgers and UConn participated in a conference call with MLB to evaluate how they can be compensated for increased compliance costs caused by sports betting.
Jontay Porter is joining his brother and Missouri teammate Michael Porter Jr. in declaring for the NBA draft.
Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr. has declared for the NBA draft. Despite appearing in only three games for the Tigers, Porter is likely to be selected in the top 10.
With the way the tourney is shaping up, the later rounds might be lacking in future high NBA draft picks. Deandre Ayton, Collin Sexton and Trae Young all saw their seasons -- and probably their college careers -- come to an end.
Potential NBA draft lottery pick Michael Porter Jr. said after Missouri was ousted from the NCAA tournament in a first-round loss to Florida State that he wouldn't rush to make a decision regarding next season.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Missouri freshman Michael Porter Jr. took the loss to Florida State hard. It was difficult, he said, not being the kind of player he was accustomed to before surgery. But he's optimistic now that he's pain free for the first time in years.
Ninth-seeded Florida State has lots of guys who can score, and the Seminoles used that depth to win their fourth straight NCAA Tournament opener.
Reigning champ North Carolina and trendy favorite Michigan State begin their tournament runs, while New Mexico State, Butler and Murray State look to become this year's Cinderellas.
Alex Scarborough ESPN Staff Writer
Michael Porter Jr. said he felt 65 percent his first game back when Missouri lost to Georgia in the first round of the SEC Tournament last week. I asked him if that's changed. He said he's maybe "5 percent" improved. Porter, a freshman with NBA draft lottery potential, missed all but the first 2 minutes of the regular season recovering from back surgery.
Seth Walder ESPN Analytics
According to our Giant Killers model, the 7-10 seed most likely to win in the second round is Missouri, with a 25% shot to beat Xavier.