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MISSOURI (15 - 4) at LSU (10 - 7)
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Wednesday, 1/30/2013 8:00 PM
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MISSOURI - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games15-4+1.48-75-475.634.644.7%42.665.331.039.6%33.2
Road Games3-4-0.64-33-369.133.041.4%41.376.636.344.5%35.0
Last 5 Games3-2-12-31-366.431.841.0%35.266.631.245.0%32.4
Conference Games4-203-32-369.333.243.6%33.866.832.044.8%32.3
MISSOURI Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.634.627-6144.7%7-1933.7%15-2073.6%431314157133
vs opponents surrendering64.93023-5541.6%6-1832.2%13-1967.9%34912187143
Team Stats (Road Games)69.133.026-6241.4%6-2029.6%11-1574.8%411213175173
Stats Against (All Games)65.331.024-6139.6%7-2133.1%10-1469.0%33911187123
vs opponents averaging68.932.124-5643.6%6-1833.9%14-2068.6%351013177134
Stats Against (Road Games)76.636.329-6544.5%7-2230.8%12-1674.8%35813179114

LSU - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games10-7-6.75-72-171.933.642.4%39.068.531.941.7%37.8
Home Games9-2-3.52-41-
Last 5 Games1-4-6.52-30-
Conference Games1-5-7.72-40-162.328.037.4%
LSU Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)71.933.626-6242.4%8-2234.2%12-1961.1%3913151911164
vs opponents surrendering66.230.923-5641.9%6-1833.5%14-2067.6%341013187143
Team Stats (Home Games)74.235.227-6143.9%7-2133.9%13-2258.6%4214151912165
Stats Against (All Games)68.531.924-5741.7%5-1731.6%16-2269.5%381111188174
vs opponents averaging69.132.225-5643.8%6-1834.0%14-2067.1%361014187144
Stats Against (Home Games)65.529.723-5839.4%5-1731.4%15-2267.8%37119198184
Average power rating of opponents played: MISSOURI 73.3,  LSU 72.6
MISSOURI - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/17/2012S CAROLINA ST102-51W - -41-7256.9%48720-6929.0%3412
12/28/2012@ UCLA94-97L3.5W153.5O38-8047.5%501740-7950.6%366
1/5/2013BUCKNELL66-64W - -27-6342.9%38826-6241.9%3912
1/12/2013@ OLE MISS49-64L4.5L157.5U21-5736.8%361922-5639.3%3712
1/16/2013GEORGIA79-62W-13.5W -26-5448.1%31921-4645.7%2919
1/19/2013@ FLORIDA52-83L13L135.5U16-4932.7%252135-5959.3%3516
1/22/2013S CAROLINA71-65W-13.5L142U19-5733.3%441324-6536.9%4313
1/30/2013@ LSU              
2/7/2013@ TEXAS A&M              
2/9/2013OLE MISS              
2/13/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/16/2013@ ARKANSAS              

LSU - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/11/2012UT-CHATTANOOGA80-67W-19.5L -30-6347.6%461825-6737.3%3915
12/14/2012@ BOISE ST70-89L5L -26-5944.1%272029-6346.0%4417
12/18/2012@ UC-IRVINE66-60W-2W -26-7037.1%431125-6737.3%5017
12/22/2012@ MARQUETTE80-84L9W139O29-6842.6%321427-5549.1%3316
12/28/2012HOUSTN BAPTIST75-58W - -26-6043.3%481522-6633.3%3912
1/5/2013BETHUNE-COOKMAN79-63W - -30-5752.6%381621-5736.8%3315
1/9/2013@ AUBURN63-68L-1.5L -25-6737.3%401225-5446.3%3812
1/16/2013S CAROLINA73-82L-10L -26-6440.6%402226-5844.8%3615
1/19/2013@ GEORGIA58-67L2L -18-5036.0%382122-4746.8%2916
1/23/2013TEXAS A&M58-54W-1W -24-6338.1%321120-4445.5%3824
1/26/2013@ KENTUCKY70-75L15.5W -25-6339.7%261027-5251.9%3916
2/2/2013@ MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/9/2013@ ALABAMA              
2/14/2013@ S CAROLINA              
2/16/2013MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/19/2013@ TENNESSEE              
MISSOURI: In his second year coaching the Tigers and his first year in the SEC, Frank Haith will have his work cut out for him after he lost his stars to the NBA and brings back just one starter from a team that lost to No. 15 seed Norfolk State in the NCAA Tournament. That one player is among the most seasoned in the conference in Phil Pressey (10.3 PPG, 6.4 APG) who is a proven distributor. The key addition to the squad will be Connecticut transfer Alex Oriakhi (6.7 PPG, 4.8 RPG, 1.3 BPG), who is eligible to play immediately and is the type of defensive stopper needed to compete in the SEC. He is just one of three transfers who should be critical to this team's success, alongside Keion Bell (Pepperdine) and Earnest Ross (Auburn), both of whom are effective wing scorers. Then come conference play, another transfer, former top recruit Jabari Brown (Oregon), will also be able to play. That should create an extremely talented backcourt late in the season, while the frontcourt's success will rest on the shoulders of Laurence Bowers (11.6 PPG, 6.1 RPG) returning from an ACL injury and 6-foot-11 freshman Stefan Jankovic, who is raw, but has high upside.
LSU: The Tigers were the conference's surprise last year after adding seven games to their win total from the previous season, but they will start from scratch this season with head coach Johnny Jones. He gets back three starters from last year's squad, including 5-foot-9 guard Andre Stringer (10.1 PPG, 2.7 APG) who must improve on his 34.9% FG in order to become this team's true leader. The player who might need to step up most is 6-foot-9 sophomore forward Johnny O'Bryant III (8.5 PPG, 6.7 RPG), who displayed great potential in his first go around, but experienced the same struggle with efficiency as Stringer, making just 39.9% of his field goals. Well-rounded Anthony Hickey (8.9 PPG, 3.6 RPG, 3.8 APG) rejoins Stringer in the backcourt, but he couldn't make a basket from anywhere on the floor (38.4% FG, 31.4% threes) including a dreadful 55.3% on his free throws.
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*Missouri-LSU Preview* ======================


Missouri (15-4) at LSU (10-7), 8:00 p.m. EDT

Missouri has its first back-to-back wins in SEC play, but is still in pursuit of its first road victory of the season.

A visit to last-place LSU could help end that drought, and so might the possible return of leading scorer Laurence Bowers.

The senior forward could end a five-game absence Wednesday night as 17th-ranked Missouri goes for a third straight victory.

Missouri (15-4, 4-2) is 3-2 without Bowers, who was averaging 16.8 points on 58.1 percent shooting before spraining his right MCL earlier this month. The two defeats came in visits to the conference's top two teams, Florida and Mississippi.

"You take a great player out of your lineup who's been a focal point of what you do and then you have to get adjusted," coach Frank Haith said. "It took us a couple of games to get adjusted and we've gotten better."

After rallying past South Carolina on Jan. 22, Missouri had one of its best performances of the season in Saturday's 81-59 win over Vanderbilt, shooting 54.9 percent and going 11 of 21 from 3-point range.

Jabari Brown led the way with 21 points, boosting his team-best average in SEC play to 17.3, while senior forward Alex Oriakhi had 18 points and double-digit rebounds for the second straight contest.

Oriakhi, who spent his first three seasons at Connecticut, is five points away from 1,000 in his collegiate career, and he might get some help on the inside if Bowers can return. Should that happen, it would mark only the third time this season Missouri has had a full complement of players.

"It's going to come down to my confidence (in Bowers). He's going to practice the next two days," Haith said Monday. "I anticipate he's going to have a shot at (playing)."

Either way, Missouri is hoping to get off to a better start on the road. The Tigers have averaged 22.5 points in the first half in their two SEC road contests. In their only other road game, they kept pace with UCLA on Dec. 28 but ultimately lost 97-94 in overtime.

Missouri could do a better job of taking care of the ball as it's averaging a league-worst 19.0 turnovers on opponents' courts. Junior point guard and SEC preseason player of the year Phil Pressey committed a career-worst 10 while scoring two points in an 83-52 drubbing at then-No. 10 Florida on Jan. 19.

He could have a challenge Wednesday if he's matched up with Anthony Hickey, the nation's leader with 3.8 steals per contest. LSU is among the SEC leaders with an average of 17.1 turnovers forced, but that hasn't translated into a strong start to conference play.

LSU (10-7, 1-5) has suffered four of its five league losses by single digits, the lone exception a 74-52 home defeat to Florida on Jan. 12. The Tigers nearly erased a 12-point deficit in the second half Saturday at Kentucky before losing 75-70.

Sophomore forward Johnny O'Bryant III matched a career high with 21 points and is averaging 17.0 over his last three games. Hickey had 15 points and three steals, but leading scorer Shavon Coleman (12.1 ppg) was held to single digits for the fourth time in six contests, shooting 2 of 9 and finishing with eight points.

LSU won its only previous meeting with Missouri in the 1980 NCAA tournament.

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