Michael Porter Jr. finally made his glorious return to the Missouri Tigers on Thursday afternoon.
While rumors have swirled suggesting Porter Jr. could play any day after recovering from back surgery, he hasn't taken the floor.
The Tigers (20-12) overcame a nine-point halftime deficit and caught Georgia at 39-39 less than six minutes into the second period, but the Bulldogs responded with an 8-0 run to regain momentum.
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Five players are averaging at least 8.4 points per game for Missouri, they are Kassius Robertson (16.5), Jordan Barnett (14.1), Jontay Porter (9.8), Kevin Puryear (8.8) and Jeremiah Tilmon (8.4).
Missouri's 6-foot-10 star freshman - who hasn't played since the season opener - is set to play in the Tigers' conference tournament opener Thursday.
Fox 2 Sports reporter Charlie Marlow was at Scottrade Center and had the post game report from the disappointing Mizzou loss. Robertson had a good look and let the shot go as thousands all held their breath. He left several of his three-point shots short, including one that missed the rim entirely.
The school said he would be out the entire season, Porter Jr. refuted that and said he would be back this season.
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They're in sixth place in a tight Western Conference race where four games separate the eight teams from third to 10th. Rose averaged 9.8 points and shot 43.9% from the field in 16 games with a season-high 20 points for Cleveland.
His collegiate career is likely not over just yet, as the Tigers eye an at-large NCAA Tournament bid. He finished the game with 12 points as his younger brother Jontay Porter led Mizzou with 20 points. "Sometimes we're flowing good and sharing the ball and taking good shots and sometimes we just lose ourselves".
"I felt like we got off to a very slow start but eventually found a rhythm defensively in the first half", Georgia coach Mark Fox said.
"I think (the pressure) is motivating", Johnson said.
The key to beating Georgia is simply to not let the rest of the team beat you. We've got another game coming up soon. "Sometimes when things aren't going (well), someone tries to step up but we just have to believe in ourselves". "We played, to me, about as bad as we played offensively, besides him, as we have all year".
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Lehmann said the incident had detracted from what he described as "a great game of cricket", which Australia won by 118 runs. We want to play a way that gets us success and for us we've just got to make sure we don't cross the line, that's the key.