Kim English

Kim English #24 and Marcus Denmon #12 of the Missouri Tigers talk in the second half against the Baylor Bears during the championship game of the 2012 Big 12 Men's Basketball Tournament at Sprint Center on March 10, 2012 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Mizzou Guards English, Denmon Drafted

The Detroit Pistons took Kim English at No. 44, then the San Antonio Spurs grabbed Marcus Demon 15 picks later at No. 59.

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Big 12 Championship: Mizzou vs. Baylor

Tiger guard Kim English says team wants to win title for fans in state of Missouri.


Kim English of Missouri celebrates a home court win against Texas Tech on Saturday January 28, 2012. (Getty/Jamie Squire)

Mizzou Remains Unbeaten At Home

Tigers bounce back from Oklahoma State loss with win over Texas Tech


Basketball Tigers Take Down Binghamton

Kim English led the way with 29 points.


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Missouri Uses 3-Point Barrage to Top Niagara

Missouri went 12 of 22 from beyond the arc, nine of those coming in the first half on 14 attempts. Missouri also had 13 steals – led by point guard Phil Pressey with five – and forced 16 turnovers.


Missouri Tigers forward Laurence Bowers (21) gets past Texas Tech Red Raiders D'Walyn Roberts (L) and Robert Lewandowski for two points in the first half at the Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri on February 15, 2011. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

English & Bowers Staying at Mizzou

Players withdraw from NBA draft pool to suit up for new Tiger hoops coach Frank Haith.


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Bowers, English Declare for NBA Draft

Juniors Kim English and Laurence Bowers announced Monday through a Missouri spokesman that they plan to pursue professional careers but have not hired agents.


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MCLAUGHLIN: How the Tigers Went Thud

This season, the Tigers started the year 14-1 and finished with a thud finishing 9-10 in their final 20 games.


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Tiger Talk – Monday, March 14th

Mike Kelly talks with head coach Mike Anderson and forward Kim English. The Tigers face the Bearcats of Cincinnati on Thursday evening in Washington DC.


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No. 20 Missouri Whips Baylor 77-59

Baylor twice cut the deficit to eight early in the second half before fading, and committed 21 turnovers.




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