University of Missouri

March 14, 2014 4:45 PM

Jabari Brown still has a shot to be Missouri’s first player to average 20 points per game

Missouri junior Jabari Brown still has a shot to become the program’s first player to average 20 points per game for the season since Kareem Rush in 2000-01. Brown’s per-game average, which spiked above 20 points after a 33-point outing Feb. 1 against Kentucky, dipped below 20 after the loss at Tennessee, when he only scored eight.

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