“We had so many young guys and so many guys who were new to the program that I knew team chemistry would be a challenge, especially if you weren’t successful,” Kim Anderson said Wednesday of his first season as Missouri’s men’s basketball coach, which ended March 11 with a first-round loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament.
“We had so many young guys and so many guys who were new to the program that I knew team chemistry would be a challenge, especially if you weren’t successful,” Kim Anderson said Wednesday of his first season as Missouri’s men’s basketball coach, which ended March 11 with a first-round loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament. File photo by Mark Humphrey The Associated Press
“We had so many young guys and so many guys who were new to the program that I knew team chemistry would be a challenge, especially if you weren’t successful,” Kim Anderson said Wednesday of his first season as Missouri’s men’s basketball coach, which ended March 11 with a first-round loss to South Carolina in the SEC Tournament. File photo by Mark Humphrey The Associated Press

After difficult first season as Missouri coach, Kim Anderson hopes to improve Tigers’ chemistry

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