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Missouri vs. Louisville: Tigers basketball in the Battle 4 Atlantis

The Missouri Tigers and Louisville Cardinals meet Friday in the Bahamas.

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PHOTOS: Missouri over VCU, 68-65

Here's a look in pictures at the Tigers close win over the Rams.

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Phil Pressey's turning heads

The Mizzou point guard is turning heads early, which is exactly what was predicted of the team's best player.

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Mizzou staves off upset bid from VCU

Missouri point guard Phil Pressey scored the final five points of the game to put the Tigers over the top.

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Louisville rolls over Mizzou

The No. 2 Louisville Cardinals forced 22 turnovers, including 13 in the first half, as they defeated the No. 13 Missouri Tigers, 84-61. Louisville was led by the strong guard play of junior Russ Smith and senior Peyton Siva. Smith finished with 18 points, seven rebounds, six steals and four assists. Siva finished the game with 13 points, five assists, two rebounds and a steal.

Louisville led by eight at halftime and saw their lead cut to four in the opening minutes of the second half, but the Cardinals went on an 11-0 run starting at 18:27 and never looked back. The win advances the Cardinals to the Finals in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament. They face Duke on Saturday.

Missouri was led by Alex Oriakhi and Phil Pressey, who each finished with 15 points. Pressey had 12 at halftime, but was shut down in the second half. Oriakhi started slow, but added 11 second-half points in the losing effort.

This story originally appeared at SB Nation.

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Missouri vs. Louisville preview

The Missouri Tigers face their toughest opponent of the season as they play the Lousiville Cardinals in the Battle 4 Atlantis semi-final.

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Missouri over Stanford, 78-70

The No. 13 Missouri Tigers beat the Stanford Cardinal, 78-70, in the first round the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament in The Bahamas on Thursday afternoon. The Tigers built a double-digit first-half lead before surviving a second-half charge from the Cardinal.

Phil Pressey hit a 7-footer to give Mizzou a 28-16 lead with 6:59 to go in the first, and that would be the Tigers' biggest lead of the night. Stanford immediately went on a run to get the deficit down to three by halftime, and would take the lead at 38-37 early in the second half.

Missouri would respond, as Laurence Bowers hit a three to take the lead back on the next possession. The Cardinal would not go out in front the rest of the day as the Tigers had an answer for everything.

Bowers led Mizzou with 19 points on 9-14 shooting to go along with 10 rebounds. Pressey added 18 points, nine assists, and five rebounds.

Chasson Randle led all scorers with 22 points for the Cardinal on 7-14 from the field.

The Tigers move to 4-0 with the win, while Stanford drops to 3-2.

This story originally appeared at SB Nation.

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Mizzou takes on Stanford in the Bahamas

The Missouri Tigers and Stanford Cardinal meet Thanksgiving day in the Bahamas.

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